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Dallas Bruncher's Club - All Good Cafe

Exploring the food scene has been one of the most thrilling parts of moving to Dallas. Although I’ve had delicious steak and BBQ (classic Texas choices) that doesn’t even scratch the surface of the types of cuisine you can find here. 469 more words

Millenial Thoughts

Austin Texas 2014 Part Two

I must admit, when Janet and I went to Austin this time I fully realized everything I missed. I miss the fact it can be 80 degrees in February. 330 more words


MIGAS, buen pan en Valencia.-

Valencia está en fallas. Por si alguien le apetece darse una vuelta por esta ciudad bañada por el Mediterráneo, a continuación,  mi recomendación sobre pan en esta metrópoli. 745 more words


Vegan Migas

I don’t know how I’ve gone my entire life without trying migas.  It’s apparently a very popular breakfast dish in the southwest, and now in my apartment.   484 more words


Manly Migas

Wild boar bacon, the eggs from a snake eating duck, serrano peppers, onions, celery, tortilla chips and some grated cheese. Break your fast like a man.


Mighty Migas!

My brunch food of choice for what seems like years has been eggs benedict.  It doesn’t matter how many times I have it, it makes me happy.   372 more words


Traditionally migas (literally: bread crumbs) was a peasant’s or shepherd’s dish, a tasty way to use up stale bread using little more than some garlic, olive oil, and whatever bits of meat or charcuterie happened to be about. 436 more words

Comfort Food