Sweet Corn Tamales

Do you ever eat something and then it’s not as delicious as you remember it being?

That happened to me today.  I heated up a sweet corn tamale (because we always have a ton of Guatemalan food in the freezer, my mother is great at defrosting…).

Freezer Drawer full of tortillas and tamales

I was pretty excited to see some sweet corn tamales in the freezer!

Sadly, it wasn’t very delicious!  Oh well!

I’m off to meet up with some friends then start planning New Years Eve appetizers and reading the next Sookie Stackhouse book!  (I always fly through these books!  I liked book 7!)

Any ideas for good party appetizers??

Have a great day!

13 thoughts on “Sweet Corn Tamales

  1. Anna says:

    Boo! Tamales are SO good! I’m sorry yours didn’t turn out well 😦

    I’ll try to think of some good New Year’s apps. The stuffed endives that my MIL served to me on our first night in seattle were really good. I can send you the link to the recipe, if you want!

    Are y’all having a fancy NYE shindig? That will be fun!

  2. balancejoyanddelicias says:

    there were so many things that I used to love when I was a child and don’t like them anymore because I think my taste has changed. 😦
    party appetizer? hummus is the safe option!

  3. Wanna B Healthy says:

    Haha, actually Beatrice and I made those and well they didn’t come out as well. We put too much sugar in them on accident. So I think in reality when you have them made properly, they will be delicious again. =)

  4. Nicole says:

    Sad! I didn’t know tamales could be anything but divine 🙂

    I have a really good turkey meatball recipe, and I recently saw olive penguins — you could google it and find a recipe I’m sure. They were darling!

  5. Allie (Live Laugh Eat) says:

    That actually happens to me a lot. I build up the taste of certain foods in my head. It happened to me more when I didn’t allow myself to eat those foods. Now, I’m pretty liberal with what I eat so certain foods don’t sit on a pedestal like they did before.

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