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    Must have been a Southern girl working the Denny's in Denver: My wife ordered spaghetti and when it was served she looked for and couldn't find any Parmesan cheese.
    "Could I have some cheese, please?"
    The waitress gave her a dumb look.
    "You know - cheese to put on the spaghetti."
    The waitress shrugged, left and soon returned ... with a saucer holding two slices of American cheese.
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    I never met a bowl (or plate) of Grits I didn't like!

    Quote Originally Posted by Lance0812 View Post
    Must have been a Southern girl working the Denny's in Denver: My wife ordered spaghetti and when it was served she looked for and couldn't find any Parmesan cheese.
    "Could I have some cheese, please?"
    The waitress gave her a dumb look.
    "You know - cheese to put on the spaghetti."
    The waitress shrugged, left and soon returned ... with a saucer holding two slices of American cheese.
    I believe the first mistake was ordering spaghetti at Denny's.


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    Grits A Ya Ya - Goood Eating!!!!

    GRITS "A YA YA"

    By Chef Jim Shirley


    4 servings

    Smoked Gouda Cheese Grits:

    1. 1 quart chicken stock
    2. 1 cup heavy cream
    3. 2 cups Dixie Lily grits
    4. 1/4 pound butter
    5. 1/2 pound shredded smoked Gouda cheese

    The Ya Ya:

    1. 8 strips applewood-smoked bacon, diced
    2. 1 tablespoon minced garlic
    3. 1 tablespoon minced shallots
    4. 3 tablespoons butter
    5. White wine
    6. 1 pound peeled and deveined jumbo shrimp
    7. 1 portobello mushroom cap, sliced
    8. 1/4 cup diced scallions
    9. 2 cups chooped fresh spinash
    10. 2 cups heavy cream
    11. 3 cups smoked Gouda cheese grits
    12. Salt, pepper and hot sauce to taste

    Method

    First, make your grits. Run the chicken stock into a thick-bottomed saucepan and turn on high til it boils. Mix in the grits and stir like crazy. Reduce to a simmer and allow to cook for 40 minutes, stirring occasionally. Add cream if you need more liquid. Then tumble in the butter, drizzle in the rest of the cram and stir til it's all in the family. Then shake in the shredded cheese and stir very well til it's all nice and smooth.
    While your grits cook, bring a large saucepan to medium heat. Add bacon and cook for about 3 minutes, then add garlic and shallots. Sauté and then add butter and a splash of white wine. When the butter is half melted, add the shrimp. When the downsides of the shrimp become white, flip them and add mushrooms, scallions and spinach. Sauté for 2 minutes. Remove the shrimp. Pour in heavy cream and let simmer while stirring. When reduced by one third, add salt, pepper and hot sauce. Return shrimp to the sauce and combine. Spoon the sauce and shrimp onto heaping mounds of cheese grits.
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    Fried Grits.... Left over grits in the pancake batter.... Cheese Grits.... Yum
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    I eat them lots of ways, just with butter, or cheese, even had them with bacon, sometimes maple syrup (the real stuff not the corn syrup stuff), I like them with sorghum syrup but it seems rarer and rarer in restaurants these days.

    I need to try moondawgs recipe though!
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    His does look fracking amazing!!

    Quote Originally Posted by TexasAviator View Post
    I eat them lots of ways, just with butter, or cheese, even had them with bacon, sometimes maple syrup (the real stuff not the corn syrup stuff), I like them with sorghum syrup but it seems rarer and rarer in restaurants these days.

    I need to try moondawgs recipe though!
    Heritage Ministries?Sorghum Festival

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    Now I want me some grits, been a few years.

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    mmmm I love me some cheesy grits... or some shrimp and grits... or just some plain grits with a slice of butter and a little salt... or... well I just love grits!


    Also I have seen a few threads about food recently. Maybe it's time we open up a foodie forum!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gbusmech View Post
    Fried Grits.... Left over grits in the pancake batter.... Cheese Grits.... Yum
    FRIED GRITS - We spread left over Grits about 1" thick in a 9" X 12" pan.

    Then let em cool and congel in the frig.

    Then cut em up in "brownie" sized pieces and fry them in BACON grease.

    Gooood Eating!
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    I had 3 eggs over easy mushed up in my grits with butter then broke up the bacon over that with some salt and pepper for breakfast this morning. Washed down with sweet tea Randy
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