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Is This Woman Wearing Tamales as Pants? ūü§Ē

I have no idea what she has in mind, but these things are making me hungry! Via: *The* Internet

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U.S. Post Office Debuts Stamps Featuring Tamales, Sancocho and other Hispanic Delicacies

Yo, immigrant haters: I have real¬†bad news for you. The U.S. Postal Service has confirmed the issuance¬†of a new series of stamps dedicated “to the influence of Central and South American, Mexican and Caribbean foods and flavors on American cuisine,” … Continue reading

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Tamales Know no Borders

The so-called President can say whatever he wants, and build a wall as big as his ego, but my people continue¬†to make this blogger (and many more Mexicans) very happy on this side of the border. Photo: Laura Mart√≠nez, 2017. … Continue reading

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‘Tamales en Bolsita:’ Because Nothing is Sacred Anymore

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You Know Mexicans Have Taken Over New York City When…

…¬†your street’s garbage consists of¬†abandoned tamales carts and the like.

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Episode VIII: The Mexicanization of Manhattan

A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away…

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J.C. Penney Wants you to Have a Very Happy ‘Tamalegiving’

In the latest installment of the “How to Turn your Gringo Holiday into a Relevant Latino Holiday,” series, I give you Tamalegiving, a simple -yet delicious- way to turn Thanksgiving Day into Tamalegiving Day instead. Watch a very cute, acculturated … Continue reading

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