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Alan Sudo | Jul 13, 2012 11:48 AM

Help! I've fallen into a rut and I can't get out.
I have been going to the same little taqueria for migas and coffee for the last several months. Lately when we walk in, the waitresses automatically pour our drinks and just ask "The Usual?" as they drop them off at the table. It's nice, it's comfortable, but it's not expanding my horizons. Plus, the tortillas are not "hecho a mano" but instead reheated from the bag.

I like my migas as a plate, not individual migas tacos. I like a high ratio lot of corn chips to eggs with a fresh pico and topped with lots of cheese. Who has the best migas in town, especially if served with handmade tortillas?

Taqueria Arandas on East 7th does their migas right if I substitute bacon for the "ham", but the tortillas are bagged.

I love La Fruta Feliz, but their migas aren't my style. The handmade tortillas are wonderful, but the chips were overpowered by too much egg, and they don't top their migas with cheese.

Eastside Cafe loses out by using bell peppers instead of jalapenos.

Tamale House uses Velveeta and bagged tortillas - it's just not what I'm craving.

Taco-Mex on Manor has great migas if I add cheese, but only as an individual taco in a reheated tortilla, not a plate.

Where should I go next? Where would you send a friend for the best migas in town?

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