Friends & Neighbors, Fat Mama’s Tamales will be turning 25 years old in June 2014! It is hard to believe it was almost 27 years ago it all started with a weekend tamale making project at the house! As many of you may know we started at our house, making tamales once a week, making […]
Friends and Neighbors,
Fat Mama’s was recently listed in blog from the AmericasMart Blog! You can check it out at Taste of the South, AmericasMart Blog!
AmericasMart host the Atlanta Gift Market which is the largest single product collection and provides over 1,400 permanent showrooms as well as over 2,500 temporary exhibiting companies and is the largest gift market in the United States. Buyers from across the United States and internationally attend to purchase various items and collections for single location gift and gourmet stores to large big box store gift departments. The learn more about the Atlanta Market checkout AmericasMart.
Fat Mama’s Tamales won “Best Pickled Product” in September of 2013 with our “Fire & Ice” Pickles from all pickle related entries and is currently displaying until March 9, 2014 in the temporary booths. To learn more about our booth, check out our info on AmericasMart website!
If you are interested in possibly carrying Fat Mama’s Tamales products in your gift store, gourmet food store, liquor store or otherwise, please feel free to contact us at your convenience!
Melissa Brown, New Wholesale Account Manager, 601-807-8030, MBrown@fatmamas.com
Jamey Hudnall, Existing Wholesale Account Manager, 601-807-5062, JHudnall@fatmamas.com
Fat Mama’s Tamales Restaurant was just listed on www.travellersoul76.com as one of the “Must Eat” places for Hot Tamales in Mississippi!
We always love hearing about our customer’s experiences and after reading this site, not only it is an interesting article but written by a very interesting person. If you get a chance check out her website and enjoy!
Here is the link to her site! http://travellersoul76.com/
Here is the mention:
“At Fat Mama’s Tamales in Natchez, you can accompany your tamales with a famous “Knock-You-Naked Margarita.” You can eat the handmade tamales by themselves, or in a Gringo Casserole covered with chili and cheese. And once you’re back home, you can order vacuum-sealed tamales by the dozen.”
~ Fat Mama