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Four Cheers for Tucson

I’ve been banging Tucson’s culinary drum for years, trying to get the national press to recognize the fact that Tucson a very food-centric city with a fabulous variety of tastes and a stable of great chefs. 132 more words

Tucson Restaurants

Peruvian Tamales

This recipe was inspired by one of my co-workers. She made this amazing different types of Mexican tamales so we started talking about how different the tamales are in other countries and then I decided to make them. 1,756 more words


East Dallas la Popular is Moving in 2015

by Steven Doyle

The famous tamale shop in Dallas is moving its digs. Look for la Popular to move to its sister restaurant, Peak and Elm located at 123 N. 161 more words

Steven Doyle

The History of Tamales

By Katie Warner

Tamales can be traced back to as early as 7000 B.C. in Pre-Columbian history, when the Aztec women were taken along in battle as cooks for the army. 401 more words


Tamales at La Popular Feed the Community (And They Want To Give You 10 Dozen Free!)

by Steven Doyle    photos by Robert Bostick

Today we visit with the absolute giants in the tamale industry, La Popular. The Tamale House has gained a reputation for not only making quality tamales year round, but also takes pride in giving back to the community as we will find out with this Q&A with both… 712 more words

Steven Doyle


First – I know this is a backwards Mexican Flag…ooops.

Second – this blog is NOT about corn mash, tamales, or any other kind of food. 300 more words


What do the color sticker mean?

Hola Everyone!

We just wanted to write a quick post about the color sticker you see on our tamales just in case we forget to give you an info sheet. 28 more words