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The Tamale Guy Pops Up Randomly at Bars Around Seattle, and His Tamales Are Legit

by Meg van Huygen This is how the Tamale Guy does it. MVH When Juan García moved to Seattle seven years ago, it didn’t take long for him to notice the critical dearth of tamales around here. Back in his hometown of Quincy, WA, where about three-quarters of the small town is Latinx, it wasn’t hard to find places offering a good, authentic tamal. You’d think in a metropolis, there’d be at least a handful.
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