Taste of the South

Editor’s Letter

In publishing, due to printing schedules, we work on our holiday issues during the summer. Some people may tire of Christmas cookies and pies by the

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Tastes & Tools
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8 Tasty Tamales Around the South
SOME OF OUR REGION’S MOST PRECIOUS HIDDEN GEMS are the dozens of family-operated tamale stands scattered from state to state. One theory surrounding the origin of tamales in the South comes from the early twentieth century when the South was the worl