CHICAGO - JUNE 4:  A Vienna Beef hot dog is prepared "Chicago style" at the company's retail store June 4, 2005 in Chicago, Illinois. Vienna Beef recently signed a deal with Target Corp. to sell the company's hot dogs at its 1,350 Target store food courts and packaged for retail in the 1,000 Target stores that sell groceries. The deal will mark the first time the Chicago-produced hot dogs have been available nationwide in the company's 100+ year history.  (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

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This Mexican Fan Favorite Is Coming Back To Wienerschnitzel
Wienerschnitzel is a hot dog chain founded by former Taco Bell employee, John Galardi, who deliberately chose a menu that wouldn’t compete with Taco Bell. However, things changed when Wienerschnitzel added tamales to its limited-time holiday menu in 2017 — and it seems the Mexican dish is back again.
The chain's popular Chili Cheese Beef Tamales — beef tamales "topped with the chain's signature chili and shredded cheese" — are hitting the menu again for the 2022 holidays, but they won't be available in Texas, New Mexico, or Louisiana. It might seem like an odd choice, but tamales are actually a Christmas staple for Hispanic people.
Wienerschnitzel announced the menu item via an Instagram post, captioned, “"Taste a Masa-Piece. Our flavor-packed Chili Cheese Beef Tamales are back!" Fans in the comment section offered up all the usual emojis and then some, alongside statements of excitement like "Omg yes tamale daddy yes!"