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August 23, 2009


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Mantel Man

Well, it seems you've inflicted tamale pie on the families of half the blogging world.

I hope you're happy. What's next - Mormor's rhubarb pie? Mom's salmon loaf?


He he, you said "pulled pork. He he.

Suzanne Broughton

"Three shakes of Tapatio hot sauce" is exactly what landed my brother in jail in Mexico.

Audrey  at Barking Mad!

I absolutely LOVE tamale pie. My mom used to make it all the time when I was a kid and I have begged her so many times for her recipe. She has never given it to me. And now? Now I don't need it!

Am making this, THIS WEEK!

Thanks Laurie!


Yum! This sounds delicious. I had never thought about cumin tasting like feet. Apparently my family as a resistence to feet smelling spices too.

big hair envy

We actually enjoy spices that taste like feet. Must be a southern thing. Although, I'm not a big fan of corn meal. OK, I'll mail my "Southern Woman Card" back as soon as I find it...

Tamale Pie = Yummy!!


CBW -- you're probably right about the creamed corn. It just gives me the ookies.

Caution and Meg, let me know how it turns out for you!

And Daryl, I have e-mailed you and YES I would like the recipe.

Wow, so domestic lately. Maybe I should dust?

Nahhhhhh. Thanks for hanging around, everybody!

-- Laurie


I am totally making this. I have so much corn meal left over from when I was in charge of making the Johnnycakes for my son's Colonial Day at school - plus oodles of ground turkey and beef in my freezer. this would be a great way to use all of it up!


this would go perfectly with Waynell's Tortilla Soup .. receipe can be shared if anyone would like .. email me


Look-out, my family! This is coming to a dinner table near you TONIGHT!!

Chesapeake Bay Woman

Come to Mamma, Tamale Pie!

Regarding the creamed corn, even if you don't like it straight up, when it's blended with corn meal, used to make corn bread, etc. it brings a wonderful moist texture and sweet taste to the end result.

Chili powder tastes like feet? I must love feet.

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