Tamale making at Grandma's is an annual event. And according to Grandma this is not a joke, it's serious business!! It all starts with the meat preparation the day before and then the day of, you have to get the masa just right. It takes alot of mixing and whipping, all by hand. Now that you know we all have our hands in it, you might not want to eat them.
Theresa wanted to add her own ingredient to the meat.
Clean up duty is also a part of the day.
Of course the finished product is what it's all about!!!
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