OMG

As in, OH MI-Gaaas! I made the Migas recipe from The Pioneer Woman Cooks. I have to say I have been putting it off. I like omelets and scrambles, but they just aren’t my first choice for dinner. By the end of the meal I was wondering why I had put it off. It was fabulous! I was singing a little Migas song in my head.

Here’s how it goes: “If you like Migaaas like I like Migaaaas laaalala hmmmhmmmlala”

I love ALL things Tex-Mex, so I should have known.

Now I keep saying “Oh Migas, really?”, “Oh MIgas! you didn’t?!”, and finally…..

“OH MIGAS, I get to go away for the week end!” Now I am really singing the migas song. What does migas mean? PAUSE….long uncomfortable pause…where the heck has she gone pause………………………………………………………crumbs?

That’s what google translator says migas means, crumbs. So, I guess, that makes sense. Because you are basically are putting crumbs of corn tortillas in with your eggs.

But saying “Oh Crumbs! I get to go to a women’s retreat to one of my favorite places on earth does not sound like a good thing. Does it? I guess if you are a mouse.

I love my family…you know how much I love them…but I do love to get away with my girlie friends, and refuel myself, so that is what I am doing this weekend.

I will share with you my weekend experience real soon.

LUV ya!

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  1. 1
    I'm Jen. :

    Migas is one of my favorite meals. I dream about migas. Fortunately, I was able to get some really, really good migas while we were in Chicago. And now I want more …

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    Sheila :

    Jen, where oh where did you get the yummy migas in Chi-town? Please share…

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    Sue@CountryPleasures :

    I was looking for the recipe here? Did I get signed up for your copy giveaway in the right place?

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    I'm Jen. :

    It was at Uncle Julio's on W. North Ave. It is a chain but I liked it. The migas was on their brunch menu.

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    ~~gail~~mooselovingmamabear :

    What a great idea to serve for our family reunion this year. It's a three day week-end and we all take turns cooking meals…this should really "wow" them all…tfs…gail…

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    Sheila :

    this the right place, if you comment on any Pioneer Woman post you get your name in the drawing for a signed cookbook by Ree of course!

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    jsegardgch :

    I never heard of Migas, but it looks so good I may have to try them real soon.

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    Friberg Clan :

    I, like Tina, had not heard of MIGAS before the Sheila and REE project. I love mexi cuisine so I am excited to try these out. It will have to be when I am with my sister and mom, huge MEXI food lovers, b/c my girls are not so crazy about it. I wonder if they where switched @ birth somehow…but boy, o boy, they so look like their dad…they have to be mine. Must be his bad genes.

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    Piper :

    I FINALLY made migas a few weeks back! For some reason I thought they would be more difficult to make. I'm bad about following recipes, so I had to put my strange twist to it, but it was SO worth it!

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    Jenn :

    Looks interesting. My family loves eggs for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and a midnight snack so I guess I will have to try this one!
    Jenn in PA