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Hey There Compatriots,

It's your favorite opinion writer, James Kiester. Well, I'm back... again. *sigh* Don't ask. The last few months have been a wild sleigh ride. Nevertheless, things are returning to quasi-normal, and I'm excited to bring you this taco review. Even if you're not local to Hillsboro, Oregon, it may give you a new way to think about tacos. Plus, it's inspiring to see people START a food business during this pandemic and be successful. Enjoy! Stay healthy, safe, and sane, my friends.

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Reading List

Blogito Ergo Sum: Updated - 01/19/2021

Drop by Blogito Ergo Sum as I speculate on, "What May Come."
Addendum Added 01/20/2021


On My Plate: Updated - 03/06/2021

Drop by On My Plate to read my review of, "The French Dip Of The Taco World," from OG Birrieria's Taco Truck.


Musings From The Christian Left: Updated - 02/04/2021

Visit Musings From The Christian Left to see why, "The Price Of Justice," can, sometimes, be too high.

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Support Blogito Ergo Sum:

Not only is the world embroiled in a global pandemic, but the weather is showing signs of climate change. You can visit My Book Store to put current events into perspective by reading about pandemics and the dangers of climate change. Then browse a selection of my favorite books.


Support On My Plate:

Visit My Culinary Shop where I�ve compiled a list of gourmet treats and food related materials, which I relish. I think you will too. Looking for something else? Enter your own search terms to shop for any kitchen/food related item Amazon carries.


Support Musings From The Christian Left:

There have been books and movies which have inspired me on my spiritual journey. I�m making those resources available for purchase in my Christian Resource Store.

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