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Come for the tea, stay for the tamales

Posted: March 20, 2009 12:27 a.m.
Updated: March 20, 2009 4:30 a.m.
Trikilis said the tamales sold at Tamale Heaven "are made by a gourmet chef in the Santa Clarita Valley. They use special ingredients, they're extra large, they actually have meat in them and they are cooked in actual husks from Mexico." Trikilis said the tamales sold at Tamale Heaven "are made by a gourmet chef in the Santa Clarita Valley. They use special ingredients, they're extra large, they actually have meat in them and they are cooked in actual husks from Mexico."
Trikilis said the tamales sold at Tamale Heaven "are made by a gourmet chef in the Santa Clarita Valley. They use special ingredients, they're extra large, they actually have meat in them and they are cooked in actual husks from Mexico."
Kareem Rafidy, tamale salesman, packs a couple of giant tamales for a customer. Tom Trikilis, owner of Olivia's Dollhouse Tea Room in Newhall, recently opened Tamale Heaven behind the doll house. Kareem Rafidy, tamale salesman, packs a couple of giant tamales for a customer. Tom Trikilis, owner of Olivia's Dollhouse Tea Room in Newhall, recently opened Tamale Heaven behind the doll house.
Kareem Rafidy, tamale salesman, packs a couple of giant tamales for a customer. Tom Trikilis, owner of Olivia's Dollhouse Tea Room in Newhall, recently opened Tamale Heaven behind the doll house.
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Tom Trikilis, owner of Olivia's Dollhouse Tea Room in Newhall, recently opened Tamale Heaven behind the doll house.

Trikilis said the tamales sold at Tamale Heaven "are made by a gourmet chef in the Santa Clarita Valley.

They use special ingredients, they're extra large, they actually have meat in them and they are cooked in actual husks from Mexico."

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