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The jugo energetico is exactly that: pip, verve buzz, a jolt of pure energy. After I run I swing by the market and pick one up, and Angelita of Jugos Angelita chats with me about the weather and the latest fiestas in Oaxaca.
The word chilaquiles sends a tingle down my spine. It sounds like a shiver of excitement and tastes pretty much the same way. This pre-Hispanic dish, whose name actually comes from the Nahuatl word “chilaquilitl” meaning “herbs or greens in chile broth,” is a Mexican breakfast classic.
For Sunday morning breakfasts following Saturday nights out, there is…