Cyclone Anaya Goes Seasonal With Its Tamales in Houston

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Just in time for the winter holidays, Cyclone Anaya's has decided to offer homemade gourmet seasonal tacos. In order to promote their offerings available until January 1, chef Jason Gould and self-described raconteur Patrick Boylan dropped by the Houston Press offices to leave us some samples. 

In order from left to right are the chicken tamales with spicy tomatillo sauce, the port with chili gravy and the spinach and Mexican cheese with Chardonnay cream sauce. All will be available for pickup at any of the six Houston-area locations, but Gould says you need to order them 24 hours in advance. 

"We've spoken about doing this for years," Gould says, adding that this year they stayed ahead of the curve and got it done. 

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