She called me one day last week and invited me to be part of her family tradition. I was so honored!
Here, she is thanking her dear friend, a French chef who teaches classes at this facility, and the owners, who are standing behind her.
What is fabulous about this place is the amount of space and the large stainless steel tables that were available for tamale assembly.
Everyone, cousins, uncles, aunts, grandma and granpa pitched in and helped. I love this shot of the boys on one side...
Here is one of the aunts, checking to see which side of the corn husk to place the masa. It should always be put on the 'smooth' side of the husk. Each family brought their own pork, while my friend bought the rest of the supplies.
Let's check and see how the boys are doing. They seem to have the hang of it...just the right amount of meat on top of the masa! Excellent job, boys!
I just love this picture. Grandpa, grandson, my hubby and good friend. All making tamales and having a great time ~
Grandpa is first in line to test out this melt-in-your mouth goodness ~ all the tamales are quickly eaten up and several are given to our kitchen facilities owner and French chef friend.
The tamales are easily steamed and then frozen for future quick meals. This is a wonderful tradition and I was so glad to be a part of it. Thank you!
Pork Tamale Recipe
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