A Brief History of Tamales in Santa Ana

By Gustavo Arellano  in OC Weekly

You know that book about the history of Mexican food in the United States that I mention in every other post? I released a brief, brief preview of it in the Food section of today’s Los Angeles Times, specifically on the tamale wagons that ruled the streets of Southern California in the late 1890s up until their evolution into ur-loncheras around the 1920s. Orange County makes a cameo, of course, via XLNT Tamales, a store brand I had never heard of until researching this book but which has been an Orange County standard for over a century.

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