With a fork! Seriously or a spoon if you must. I eat them as a side with my favorite california burrito, and the extra side of mexican fried rice and refried beans. There's always leftover something because the tamales get eaten first.
We live in a highly Hispanic town; we can get amazing homemade tamales delivered to us at work, $15/dozen. Canned tamales aren't even the same animal. But...I still like them! The way you do them, or at least microwaved with cheese.Take the Hormel tamales and unwrap them. Put them in an oven proof dish (single layer). Add the sauce from the can and cover with shredded cheese. Sprinkle some chopped cilantro over them and place in a 350 degree oven until hot and the cheese melts. Not as good as homemade but still very good.
Plastic bottle shortage.Went to the local WM today and noticed that the once empty shelves of TP, paper towels, bleach and printer ink are once again back to "normal" levels. Although all the containers of bleach were smaller than the gallon size they used to have and the price for those smaller jugs were double of what the gallon jugs used to be. Supply and demand I reckon.
I grew up eating them, but I always put ketchup on them.Take the Hormel tamales and unwrap them. Put them in an oven proof dish (single layer). Add the sauce from the can and cover with shredded cheese. Sprinkle some chopped cilantro over them and place in a 350 degree oven until hot and the cheese melts. Not as good as homemade but still very good.
Seriously when I was home for my dads funeral I wanted to throat punch my sister in law when she put ketchup on her fried chicken. Talk about nasty... and then she put it on the Mac an$ cheese.My 3/4 Mexican cousins put ketchup on theirs. They corrupted my husband and children to do the same. I am embarrassed beyond belief.
This is one of my worries and why I try to get there within a few minutes after it opens if I need to shop at a retail store.I seriously have no idea how in hell this country made it through the last few months without some kid working their first retail job losing it completely and going postal on customers, I really don’t.)
i think we should pass a law that all stores must have everythingSo I did my normal curbside pickup and they were out of some things:
Corn on the cob
Hash brown patties
They subbed the bacon with 3 1# packages. The odd thing is I went to the store closest to me to get the other items- same company- Smiths (Kroger), and they were full of everything! Canned goods full and not just front lining the shelves. Everything was full except cleaning supplies.
Now- when to try the infamous Hormel Tamales....
That may not be just a rumor. All the Save-A-Lot stores in and around our area have closed already. I can name 3 different ones.I heard a rumor last night that the local Save-A-Lot is closing. Last time I was in there, a couple of weeks ago, I managed to get a package of wipes. I went with my sister and we commented to each other that we couldn't find wipes anywhere. A stocker on the next aisle heard us, went to the back and got them for us. She said that they kept them in the back because they were disappering so often. I think that wasn't the only thing.
Is Carhartt the brand to buy for decent coveralls?went to boomgars today. kind of like tractor supply. tons of canning stuff. hardly any pistol ammo, bought Jeans and very heavy flannel shirts, already have winter stuff out. snow scraper- snow boots- Carhart hevy coverall and parkas, lots of gloves, get paid om the 19 of august, gonna go get winter stuff then, Wahoo Nebraska
This week was Arkansas and Missouri..... no huge issues with supply .....paper products decent but noticeably low..... Two noticeable takeaways for me are there are a LOT more people in Walmart now and black folks and some others are NOT social distancing.......they could care less.......I had someone touch me today.......Is Carhartt the brand to buy for decent coveralls?
Yes. A Minnesota staple.Is Carhartt the brand to buy for decent coveralls?