Surprise Tu Madre with a Dozen of the Best Tamales in Texas

¡Feliz Día de las Madres! May 8th, is Mother’s Day and what better way to make their day of mariachi serenades, flower bouquets, and spa treatments better than a day with no cooking. Avoid the busy crowds and order the best tamales in Texas and San Antonio today. Fools We believe your mom deserves the very best, so we highly... read more

5 Mexican Breakfast Combos to Enjoy with the Best Tamales in Texas!

Tamales are one of the staples in our culture, so why not celebrate each morning? At Delia’s, we believe breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so be sure to stop by one of our seven locations, grab a dozen of Texas tamales for your family, and cook up some delicious Mexican dishes to round out your breakfast... read more

Menudo so Good it’s Only Sold on Weekends

Menudo is a staple in Mexican, Latin America, and Spanish households. Its origins remain a mystery - some people attribute its humble beginnings in Central Mexico during Mexico’s pre-revolution era as a soup prepared from poverty - also known as “poor man’s soup.” Usually, food waste and leftovers were given to peasant cooks, who invented menudo by using the stomach.... read more

Enjoy Our Tamales Anywhere in the USA this Spring!

Springtime is here, and you know what that means?! Tamales, tamales, tamales! Now is the time to order the best tamales in Texas to surprise your friends and family. We want to remind you how to order the best eats from our tamales menu wherever you enjoy spring break.  We Offer Nationwide Shipping We ship our tamales right to your doorstep anywhere... read more

3 Tips to Store Tamales for the Holidays!

The holidays are right around the corner, which means more time to spend with family enjoying Delia’s tamales! Check out our recent blog to learn why you should order your tamales before it’s too late! You can also pick them up at our locations. We would like to offer three tips to help you store your tamales so they are... read more

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