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    How to Make Honduran Tamale “The word Tamale means wrapped food.” No one knows for sure when the tamale was invented. The tamales come in all shapes and sizes. Tamales can be wrapped in banana leaves, other non-toxic leaves, or even paper or bark. There was quite a variety. Some tamales can be made with beef, chicken or pork; sweet tamales made with raisins and cinnamon. In our family tamales are made for special occasions like Christmas, New Year's or just about any other family or holiday celebration. The ingredients for the Honduran tamales are: - Ground corn - Pork - Lard - Chopped onion - Garlic - Salt and pepper - Potatoes cooked in pictures - Raisins - Olives - Cooked rice…

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    Cultural traditions are found in many households. In Hispanic culture, tamales, corn-based dough wrapped in corn husks filled with meat, are regarded as a holiday treat. Usually, tamales are made twice a year for Christmas and New Year’s. A traditional tamale recipe consists of several steps, and can take two days to get to. The process includes prepping, preparing, and steaming. The process begins with prepping the meat, and will take place on the first day of this two day process. When making…

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    expensive and people believe that because for three people to eat at Mama Roja that would total up to be fifty dollars and their people that would just go somewhere cheaper. At the red canyon it 's not cheap either. When a family of five goes to eat, they are expected to spend more than fifty-five dollars. However, as people usually they wouldn 't think a middle class person would go to this restaurant it 's usually high class people that do. But how would anybody know if they won’t try the…

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    FRESH authentic really great food! I had #5, the chile relleno and tamale combo, and days later I 'm still thinking about how good they were! Look forward to returning!” (google review). I appreciate how she was so excited about the #5, she recommended it to others. I believe there is a good chance she has been a repeat customer. With so many reviews on Rio Mirage, it is easy to conclude that this restaurant is liked by many. If you are looking for information on a restaurant I find consumer…

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    Cuban Restaurant Analysis

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    Enlightenment at Papi’s Cuban Restaurant Food is a great way to reach people and make them feel sensations they have never felt before. Taste is one of the greatest of the five senses, and the ability to try a different culture’s food and get a glimpse of a new country with out ever leaving your hometown is amazing. Trying another culture’s food for the first time can be a very interesting experience. For instance if someone tries something that is from a Cuban restaurant he or she might enjoy…

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    Research Paper On Tamales

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    In my family Christmas time is the best time of the year. We always gather together and celebrate with a big beautiful tree and great food. The one food that is always a must have is tamales. My great grandmother started this tradition in her house, located in Durango, Mexico, because it was the one and only food she could always get the youngest child to eat. The children always enjoy cheese stuffed tamales while the adults enjoy red pork tamales. While some food might have been cooked days…

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    Tamales Research Paper

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    A tradition is the transmission of customs or beliefs from generation to generation, or the fact of being passed on in this way. My most favorite tradition is making tamales during Christmas eve. My relatives are always busy and we never have fun because they are either far away or just to busy. Making tamales is a way for my family and relatives to get together and have fun. Every single one of us gets a task that is not to hard and not to easy. We all love spending Christmas together. My role…

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    I. Introduction A. Attention Material: I have ate tamales as long as I can remember. My family makes them especially during the winter time. Tamales is one dish that is never missing during our holidays, we eat tamales for thanksgiving, Christmas, and for New Years. B. Tie to the audience: I’m sure that all of us at some point have heard of tamales, maybe even tried one if you’re hispanic or have hispanic friends. C. Credibility material: I have helped with the tamal making process ever since I…

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    Tamales made small or big, with green salsa or red, pork or chicken, each one of them were even better than the last. At a young age, I was rapidly taught to help make them. First was to make the masa or the dough by mixing chicken broth and the flour together. Then my mother would hand me a spoon and instructed me to spread the masa onto a corn husk. She’d say to make sure I spread it evenly and to not add too much or too little. My mother an expert at making them made it seem so easy to…

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    “We as human beings, must be willing to accept people who are different from ourselves.” I agree that we should be accepting to people different than ourselves. At time it can be very hard to do this and sometimes we don't even realize what we are doing to the person's feelings. For the other person this can be very hard on them. We need to take the time before we say something to think about whether or not it is going to crush this person. In The Tire Iron and The Tamale it wasn't what…

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