Tamales Chiapanecos María Geraldine
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Tamales Chiapanecos María Geraldine information
Lonely Planet review
At the passageway next to the arched wing of San Juan Bautista church, look for these incredible tamales by Chiapas native doña María Geraldine. Wrapped in banana leaves, stuffed with ingredients like olives, prunes and almonds, and laced with sublime salsas, they’re a meal in themselves.