Writing for RVA News, Nathan Cushing has a great profile of Marshall Street’s Dutch and Company:
If you want to know the character of Dutch & Co. look no further than to the tamale.
“Everybody loves a good tamale,” said Philip Perrow. But it wasn’t just any tamale he and Caleb Shriver, Perrow’s counterpart in the kitchen, were making. It was a tamale wrapped, not in the usual corn husk, but in a squash flower. Whereas you avoid eating the husk of a traditional tamale, wrapping one in a squash flower makes the entire plate fair game.