Make Mine Migas

Celebrate National Breakfast Month with some tasty migas. Migas are not found on any restaurant menu, but they are a very common breakfast dish in homes throughout the Southwest and across Latin America. Use Up Those Leftovers! Chuckwagon cooking often included migas for breakfast – it’s a way to stretch a few eggs between many cowboys.  We call them “migas” but no doubt those rough and ready riders had a more colorful name for this staple of camp cuisine.   Migas are found around the world, especially within Spanish and […]

Dutch Baby Delight – Part I

You can serve Dutch Babies for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or dessert! Depends on how you make them and serve them. Their very versatility makes this a recipe that is hard to categorize. Fair warning – this will be a two part post – with the basic recipe today. Dutch Babies in the Southwest are “Flat Bread” We start with the the reason I share this with you today – one form of “dutch babies” has a long tradition in the Southwest. Carlos, a well-seasoned ranch hand I met while camping […]