Holiday tamales have been a Texas tradition for generations. But how did it start?

Houston Chronicle

Cover picture for the articleEditor's Note: This article originally ran on Nov. 27, 2020. For much of her life, Juany Balderas hated making tamales. It took her family three days to make enough for extended relatives back in her native Mier Y Noriega, Mexico — days spent painstakingly slaughtering pigs, mixing the masa, grinding pork...

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