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Upstairscafe | Jul 29, 200108:12 PM     4

I found the greatest tamales at the farmers market in South Pass. (Thursday-4 til 8). I got suspicious when I saw the line going around the corner.

So I joined this line that had the sun right in your eyes but oh my word!!! They had 11 or 12 kinds of tamales. And they are a little different each week. You get a large container of killer sauce if you get half a dozen. ($2.50 a piece!) They had pumpkin the first time I went but thought I would try the next time. But they haven't had them since. I've had the spinach and corn, and other vegetariarn kinds. I do eat chicken and thought it was heavenly. I took some beef and pork to a friend of mine and she thought they were delish.

The best part to me is they have no lard or preservatives. Upstairscafe

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