Mamita's Hot Tamales has resurrected New Orleans-style hot tamales
"But now we don't even have to tell our story because people taste ours and say, 'These taste like Manuel's!'" - Lisa Jolet Mamita's Hot Tamales has resurrected classic New Orleans-style hot tamales, using a recipe the owners' grandfather Bernardo Hernandez brought from his native Mexico and tweaked slightly for the New Orleans palate in the early ... (more)
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#1 Feb 26, 2013
Does the Sometimes Picayune use 8th grade interns to write their articles now?
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