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Grits with butter or with sugar???

Discussion in 'Food Forum' started by Glock30 CCW, Dec 7, 2003.

  1. Glock30 CCW

    Glock30 CCW Gary in Pa.

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    OK - I've ALWAYS had them with butter, salt, pepper, and more butter!;f

    BUT - when I went off to basic training back in 1992, I saw a bunch of those southern folk eatin' up theior grits with sugar and even sometimes cold milk.

    WTF?!?

    Well - to each his/her own. I actually did try them this way. It wasn't bad, but it sure as hell wasn't grits! (at least not to me)

    How do you guys eat them? With fried tomato (yum)? With your over-easy eggs mixed in (more yum)?

    Scrapple anyone??;a

    Gary in Pennsylvania
     
  2. python1340

    python1340 Licensed to Ill

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    Butter, salt, and pepper all the way!!! Who eats their grits with butter anyway? It ain't oatmeal for cripes sake! ;g
     


  3. f1b32oPTic

    f1b32oPTic R4d104c71v3

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    sugar????

    thats crazy talk!!!


    butter salt and runny sunny side up eggs
     
  4. bubbygator

    bubbygator

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    Yah, mix in the butter a little, then sugar on top. Brown sugar even bettah.
     
  5. Glock30 CCW

    Glock30 CCW Gary in Pa.

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    Whoa! That's also new to me.

    Gary in Pennsylvania
     
  6. hcook

    hcook

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    When I was growing up we almost always ate ours with butter, sugar, and a little bit of cream. Once it a great while we'd have it with butter and salt.
     
  7. Shinichi

    Shinichi Snow yet?

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    Grits with Butter, Salt & Pepper, and Bacon crunched on top.


    Are you sure those were southern boys with the sugar and milk?
     
  8. SoDFW Jason

    SoDFW Jason Slow Hillbilly

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    My thought exactly.

    butter,salt,pepper, and maybe some shredded cheddar.
     
  9. Screaming .357G

    Screaming .357G 598ci big block

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  10. lethal tupperwa

    lethal tupperwa

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    No lightly fried egg stirred in with the butter---unbelievable.
     
  11. Shoeless

    Shoeless Gun Totin' Girl

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    I prefer grits to be savory rather than sweet, so I go butter, salt and pepper (and cheese if it's handy!)

    I can understand treating it like cereal, because, well, it is cereal. I do eat Cream of Wheat with sugar and milk. I imagine it is pretty similar.

    Shoeless
     
  12. hcook

    hcook

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    Unless you don't consider Arkansas southern...
     
  13. JaviFL

    JaviFL

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    My wife and father-in-law do that. Looks funky, but it tastes good.
     
  14. norm357

    norm357

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    Butter, salt, pepper, sharp cheeder, and texas pete thank you very much. I also like fried egg and sausage in my grits too.

    Norm
     
  15. Glock30 CCW

    Glock30 CCW Gary in Pa.

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    Wow. There are a lot of cheese useres in their grits. That one is new to me also - however it does sound good!

    A very sharp chedder. Or - I wonder if a real "bluey" blue cheese crumbled into it would make for a good taste experience?^8

    Gary in Pennsylvania
     
  16. norm357

    norm357

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    Yes, you get something simaler(sp?) when you arder polenta. LOL I have heard polenta described as grits for 9.99.

    Norm