ms-nobody

Sioux City, IA

#1 May 8, 2009
When I was growing up in cville years ago.There was a man that stood on the corner of 3rd st. and ward.Does any one else remember?I think it was on weekends.They were so good.Does any one else around make them like that to sell?Just wondering?
Friend

Saint Louis, MO

#2 May 8, 2009
I remember ! We had them every Saturday religiously. You can get them now from Charlie
Blagg and they are good too..........
ms-nobody

Sioux City, IA

#3 May 8, 2009
I know...Every weekend we would go riding around and i swear my daddy would try to make a new route where we would not pass there.I just loved them.The ones we had then you could not beat.Where is this other guy located?
info

United States

#4 May 8, 2009
he is at 3rd and truman
Uh Oh

Saint Louis, MO

#5 May 8, 2009
HOT TAMALES CHARLIE !!!!!!!!!!
guest

AOL

#6 May 9, 2009
Yes I remember this and the city stopped him from selling Hot Tamales because he was using cats and dogs as the meat. So you ate someones pet. LO!
ms-nobody

Sioux City, IA

#7 May 9, 2009
Are you serious?Well we are still living and it did not kill us.HAHA!!!
old resident

Charlotte, NC

#8 May 9, 2009
All you have to do is go to hays grocery store the are ford hot tamales you can buy them and cook them yourself they are the same they come from kennett
Richard Cranium JR

Saint Louis, MO

#9 May 9, 2009
guest wrote:
Yes I remember this and the city stopped him from selling Hot Tamales because he was using cats and dogs as the meat. So you ate someones pet. LO!
They actually stpped him for the unsafe conditions of the burner he was using and there was no way to clean his utensils.
ms-nobody

Sioux City, IA

#10 May 9, 2009
Thanks for lettin me know.
Love the Fords

Dexter, MO

#11 May 9, 2009
Ford's hot tamales are the best.
Kristina

United States

#12 Dec 29, 2012
guest wrote:
Yes I remember this and the city stopped him from selling Hot Tamales because he was using cats and dogs as the meat. So you ate someones pet. LO!
That is very rude to lie about that he used pork. That was my grandfather and he stopped selling them over there because he got to old and sick. You lie about a wonderful Christian man who just passed away. Shame on you.
guest

Medina, TN

#13 Feb 27, 2013
you have to excuse people on here they talk before they think!! I do remember him and he was a great guy
Becky Ford Armstrong

Malden, MO

#14 Mar 3, 2013
It was my father, Billy Joe Ford who sold Hot Tamales on Ward Ave for years and years, and they also did not stop him for unsafe conditions either. For those of you who do not know, he stopped coming to C-ville because he was getting old and it was hard on him to stay crouched down in his van for most the day and carry all the heavy pots and such. He truly loved all of his Caruthersville customers and he really hated it when he had to make the hard decision to stop coming over there. He passed away on December 29th, this pass year, he was truly the best man I ever knew and I am extremely proud to have called him Dad!!!!!
Sorry

Kennett, MO

#15 Mar 6, 2013
Sorry to both of you(his family) for your loss. I am also so very sorry that people in this world will make things up because they don't know the real answers,& print it to be the truth. I remember Mr. Ford coming to Caruthersville when I was kid, again so sorry for your loss.
Guest

Dyersburg, TN

#16 Mar 6, 2013
Hot tamales were almost always a weekend treat at
our house. That truck at Ward and 3rd was as much
a part our lives as was the old Knox's Drive Inn
when Denver and John owned it.
New Owner

Kennett, MO

#17 Mar 16, 2013
You can buy Fords Tamales & Chili at Hays in Caruthersville and Hayti (frozen) or you can get them HOT or Frozen at 1802 Independence in Kennett. Harps and Country Mart in Kennett, Country Mart in Piggott, Ar, Harps in Rector, Country Mart in Clarkton and Dexter and Harps in Malden. Both Hays stores in Paragould, and one in Jonesboro, Ar, Kroger in Poplar Bluff and Jonesboro and one Hays in Blytheville. The only place to buy the cooked is at 1802 Independence just North of Glen Sain.
Becky Ford Armstrong

Malden, MO

#18 Mar 29, 2013
Sorry wrote:
Sorry to both of you(his family) for your loss. I am also so very sorry that people in this world will make things up because they don't know the real answers,& print it to be the truth. I remember Mr. Ford coming to Caruthersville when I was kid, again so sorry for your loss.
Thanks so much :)
Becky Ford Armstrong

Malden, MO

#19 Mar 29, 2013
Guest wrote:
Hot tamales were almost always a weekend treat at
our house. That truck at Ward and 3rd was as much
a part our lives as was the old Knox's Drive Inn
when Denver and John owned it.
Thanks, like I said he really enjoyed it over there.

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