Had another incredible breakfast at La Duni this weekend. The place just gets better and better. New items on the menu include a breakfast chile relleno which was spectacular. However, as I ordered at La Duni, I was reminded of a recent thread about the difference between migas and chiliquiles. If La Duni is any judge of the matter, they agree with the general concensus of the thread which was that migas are scrambled eggs with tortilla strips, peppers, tomatoes, cilantro, etc served with soft tortillas on the side while chiliquiles are lighly fried tortilla pieces that are simmered in a green or red sauce. I ordered the chiliquiles and they came half and half. One side was a lovely, creamy green sauce and the other side was a creamy red sauce. Scrambled eggs and chicken breast cubes were offered as side additions but were not "mixed in". I, of course, ordered both additions and it was quite a meal with their wonderful black beans included. After all that, I could barely choke down the best ever caramel, pecan brioche. In fact, I choked down a little more of it this morning. So, in conclusion, I can say that I know what chiliquiles are for sure and where to get the best in town.