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Tamale sale came alive on Day of the Dead

Jonathan Frutos, reporter

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Tamale Salesmen was a hit in the Day of the Dead

The Day of the Dead tamales, the tamales that people are selling are green chicken, red pork, and veggie pepper with cheese. The sellers were selling them $1.50 each and the dozens of tamales were selling them $18.00 per dozen. The tamales had to be pre-ordered & paid for by October 26th, the minimum order of tamales was ½ dozen which cost $9.00 half dozen each. The form and payment had to be paid for Ms. Doris Tobin in room #407. Deliveries in Ms. Doris Tobin’s Tamale Salesmen will happen Thursday, November 1st so teachers can order and comes the delivery during the order. They’re selling outside the student cafe. The sellers sold 750 tamales, green tamales happen to be the popular ones that the sellers have been sold. People pre-ordered and completed tamale salesman and delivery.

“Tamales sold quick and everyone said they were delicious,” said Ms. Doris Tobin.

She started thinking that the Tamales that people have sold were very enjoyable when it comes to consuming tamales during class or lunch.

“Pre-ordered early for the second tamale sale which will take place in December,” said Ms. Doris Tobin.

Her second Tamale salesmen will take place between the month or December so students can have an opportunity to enjoy fresh tamales in winter school.

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Tamale sale came alive on Day of the Dead