The things we dyed in the wool south Texans do. We didn't go to church as we usually do. Sooo we had a hankering for tamales. We drove to Poteet, Texas ( strawberry capital of Texas) to Del Rio tamale factory. I didn't check my English/ Spanish dictionary but I think that means "Of The river". A very bright yellow building with a large sign that reads Tamales Original, Jalapeno, Cascaronies, Menuda (sp) and a few other goodies loved by the Hispanic people who live in that small town plus old south Texans like us. They are only open on Saturday and Sunday so you gotta git 'em while they're hot. $8.66 a dozen with tax. John had to stand in the line which was all the way out the door and on the sidewalk. They were so hot we had to put them on the floor board and smell the goodness all the way home. It's not even noon yet and we've already had lunch.