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Eye Nosh: The Self-Actualization Tamale

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We're not sure if this tamale is marketed as one that promotes self-actualization, or if that is just the state of being 护士黑鹰 from our LAist Featured Photos pool found themselves in after their meal. This bite came from the South Pasadena Farmer's Market, and is a: "Blue Corn, Roasted Banana Pepper and Provolone tamale with rice and beans."

Tamales often inspire devotion (or frustration), and are often associate with cold-weather comfort food best eaten in good company in the last months of the year. Tamales might also be another reason to get thee to your nearest Farmer's Market (a practice we're very fond of!).

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