I think something that’s important to understand is that good intentions aren’t as meaningful as the proper action behind it. Most people in the world, I would assume have the best of intentions and just want to get on in the world. However, I’m sure everyone has had a moment where they wanted to do something good and it turned out wrong. At the end of the day, how did everyone feel? Probably not as good as you were hoping. It’s the same as when a friend needs help and you say, “Aw I wish I could help, but I’m busy.” Now the thought is nice, but the end result is your friend still needs help. This is especially important for food. Please don’t recommend restaurants if you’ve only ever eaten one thing there. Or at least make it explicit you know only that one dish is good. On that note, Con Madre is fantastic. I ordered 8 tacos of 4 different varieties.