There are stories behind those stops on Tamale Trail

There are stories behind those stops on Tamale Trail
At the same time, Pat was helping his father, Lebanese-born Abraham “Abe” Davis, make his own pork-filled tamales by hand in the kitchen of the family's restaurant. Eventually, Pat talked his father into buying an extruder to make their tamale chores a …
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Burnette, Alzheimer's Tennessee team selling tamales for a cause
Willie Burnette and her Alzheimer's Tennessee team at Logan's Chapel Church are again selling homemade hot tamales at a cost of $ 18 per dozen. All of the proceeds will go to Alzheimer's Tennessee and its mission to find a cure for this disease and …
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Randy Rogers Band showing a taste for tamales
The Randy Rogers Band, which usually ends up with about four dozen tamales on the bus every time they hit Floore's, will return there Friday. American Aquarium, a hard-charging rocking country/Americana band from Raleigh, N.C., will open at 9 p.m..
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