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Migas breakfast casserole

When my Oregon family of homesick Texans gets together for a festive weekend brunch, often my dad will make a big batch of migas. For those who may not be familiar with this Tex-Mex egg dish, it’s fried tortilla strips scrambled with eggs, peppers, tomatoes, and aromatics with a blanket of cheese melted on top. It’s a fine way to begin the day.

My dad is the sort who likes to hold court in his kitchen as he’s cooking, so making a breakfast for a large . . .


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