Well, damn. I've been on two trips to the south this year, and I forgot both times to try grits.
Linda that is so wrong. Listen not Jersey person.
I'm totally impressed they found you like that.
Jo(e)- Maybe Jersey reader will share.Seeker- I like you. I can't believe you aren't with me on this.J- And the best part is I'm actually the first page listed on the google search for "proper way to eat grits." I think I'm starting a movement or something! :)
Thank you. I like you too. But sugar in grits...it's not proper and where is JM to back me up on this?
Yes, JM is strangely silent on this.
It's just that you're so incredibly wrong about this, and I like you so much, that I didn't have the heart to blast you (again) as you deserve for being JUST SO DAMN WRONG.I felt it was better to stay quieter on this topic.But you're really, really, really wrong. Seeker, take over for me here, m'kay? Your turn.
Sugar on grits is an abomination. Really. Butter, salt and pepper. And good with eggs.
Sugar? oh, no no no no no...You must have butter, salt, and maybe some fried bacon on top. Mmmmmm.
Y'all crack me up.
Surely there's a sugar-loving, grits-eater out there who will join me in this crusade. I remind you folks that I am the #1 hit for "proper way to eat grits." Argue all you want, but I'm on my way to convincing the north to go sweet and steer clear of salty.
Sugar on grits? Blasphemy. I am so glad others realized the error of your ways. It's not freakin' oatmeal or Cream of Wheat (read: paste) for the love of God. Cheese, butter, red-eye gravy, bacon, those are all okay.I'm a little passionate about my grits. I'm a Georgia girl. Let us hear no further discussion of sugar on grits.
No, no, no. It must be butter, salt and pepper. I love the searches that lead people to our blogs, they can be hilarious.
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