Monday, October 5, 2009

100 PLUS

It took us a good 3 hours this time to put together our tamales. They are cooked early Sunday morning for about 2-3 hours. It is quite the process but they are enjoyed by everyone, especially the hungry missionaries. Juanito and Victor are always quiet observers of the tamale-makers. They are stuck with us because they are tooooo young to attend Priesthood Mtg with all the men.


britt said...

I never appreciated all those christmas's that pat noriega and her family made us tamales. I love them now, but as a child hated tamales. I am anxious for you to make us some when you return :)

Claudio y Tere Morales said...

Gracias por compartir nuestra tradición familiar, y gracias por ser parte de ella,Becky y Presidente Cox, les queremos mucho son parte de nuestra familia.
Fué una tarde muy especial, haciendo tamales juntas.
Gracias Becky.

brenna said...

Wow. That's a lot of tamales. Sounds delicious!

gma & gpa asplund said...

What a fun time you must have had. The hermanas look so cute and fun to cook with. I too can't wait to eat some of your tamales. What a great tradition you have going there.

Omar said...

I was there in my last conference and I remember very good the food, I really liked it, it is a good tradition. In this pass conference I was thinking about it. Now, nobody give something to eat, I was starving. So I have to fix my own lunch.

Enjoy yourself
, TAMALES!!!!!!

Katie said...

That sounds so good! You will have to give lessons when you get home. Thanks for the comment on the blog- we are enjoying little Cannon.