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Stories tagged: Tamales


Quillisascut Farm hosts tamalada

Tamales are a holiday tradition, a tamalada is a tamale-making party, and Quillisascut Farm is ready to party.


Eastern Washington eatery is recognized by the James Beard Foundation

Los Hernandez Tamales in Union Gap is the only America’s Classics award-winner from the Pacific Northwest this year.


Turning out for tamales: Hungry fans scarf down 65,000 at popular Kennewick festival

Sonia Alamilla brought seven family members, three pots, two grills and nearly 3,000 tamales to the Benton County Fairgrounds.


Satisfy south-of-the-border breakfast cravings with tamale pancakes

Top them with whatever you regularly like on your nachos, tacos or, of course, wrapped up in traditional tamales.


Labor of love: Tamales mean family and Christmas

Tamales take time and many hands, making them a perfect excuse to gather friends and family in the kitchen.


North Side deli’s tamales get flavor from Hatch chiles

The folks at El Mercado del Pueblo are extending the Hatch chile season for a few more weeks. The Mexican grocery and deli at 1814 N. Division St. is offering …


Holly jolly tamale

Standing near a giant stainless steel bowl of the mixer in the De Leon Foods kitchen, one might mistake tamale making as a current culinary fad. Mario De Leon empties …