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  • The Tamale Kitchen pop-up

    The Tamale Kitchen is a nonprofit organization created by Becky Gripp to give Hispanic women of the Lady of Peace Catholic Parish in the city's Northeast community a means to self-sufficiency by offering a living wage for their authentic, handmade tamales. The tamales sold out quickly at a recent pop-up at Olive Tree in Hawthorne Plaza. (Video by Jill Wendholt Silva)

The Tamale Kitchen is a nonprofit organization created by Becky Gripp to give Hispanic women of the Lady of Peace Catholic Parish in the city's Northeast community a means to self-sufficiency by offering a living wage for their authentic, handmade tamales. The tamales sold out quickly at a recent pop-up at Olive Tree in Hawthorne Plaza. (Video by Jill Wendholt Silva) Jill Wendholt Silva jsilva@kcstar.com
The Tamale Kitchen is a nonprofit organization created by Becky Gripp to give Hispanic women of the Lady of Peace Catholic Parish in the city's Northeast community a means to self-sufficiency by offering a living wage for their authentic, handmade tamales. The tamales sold out quickly at a recent pop-up at Olive Tree in Hawthorne Plaza. (Video by Jill Wendholt Silva) Jill Wendholt Silva jsilva@kcstar.com
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