Thanks for stopping by! From the start every blog, expense to keep the site up has been a one man job. Readership has grown over the years which has increased the cost to maintain the site. Providing Wichita with a great free resource to highlight businesses and restaurants has been a lot of fun.

Aside from working my 8-5 job and raising a family, this has mostly been a full-time hobby that’s extremely time-consuming and costly but still a joy to do. If you would like to help support the site in anyway, your patronage would be greatly appreciated.

While the budget at Wichita By E.B. is extremely low, I’d like to give small tokens of appreciation:

$5 – Thank You Level
Recognition on our Patron page for a year.

$10 – Sticky Level
The above + a Wichita By E.B. sticker so you can display on your laptop, food truck, door, mailbox, car bumper, or even on your face.

$25 – Magnetic Level
The above + a Wichita By E.B. magnet that works great on fridges! Show all your houseguests that you are a supporter!

$50 – Koozie Level
The above + a Wichita By E.B. koozie! Drink in style with the best koozie in town!

$100 – Feature Level
The above + will receive top level recognition on our Patron Page for a year and a Wichita By E.B. mousepad. Work more efficiently with this custom mousepad!

$150 – Business Sponsor
The above + your business logo (if appropriate) on our Patron page for a year and a social media shoutout.

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Donation Total: $150.00

With December looming on, tamale season is about to get into high gear.

Pinole Blue recently made available some of their special tamales made with their blue corn masa.

This year they have 2 different types of tamales available for pickup. Tamales are $17 a dozen. You can check out their Facebook event for all the days it will be available.

It was my first time with sweet tamales and I loved them. It had a very distinct sweet aftertaste to them similar to their atole if you’ve ever had it. Their traditional ones were spicier than some of the other tamales I’ve had around town.

Be sure to check out their Facebook page for more information.

Happy Dining,
Eddy


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