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Old 04-06-2017, 06:49 AM   #1
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Southern style breakfast

Grits cooked slowly with plenty of saltnpepper, butter needs to be floating, some ham cubes, velvetta cheese, eggs, garnished with jalapeño pepper jack. Anyone else hungry?
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Old 04-06-2017, 07:10 AM   #2
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Looks pretty darned tasty
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Old 04-06-2017, 07:21 AM   #3
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Some day I will try grits, but have never had the chance. But why not use a good unprocessed cheese instead of Velveeta? It has been more than 40 years since I knowingly ate it.
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The last two years there has been a nice large bowl of grits at the Appreciation rally potluck breakfast. I had a sample last year and think they "sold out". They were pretty zippy due to what I understand is a secret ingredient. Quaker Oats in Cedar Rapids used to make grits. I'll have to check if they are still made here. Y'all eat yet? In Iowa they use Velveeta for bait for stocked trout.
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The last two years there has been a nice large bowl of grits at the Appreciation rally potluck breakfast. I had a sample last year and think they "sold out". They were pretty zippy due to what I understand is a secret ingredient. Quaker Oats in Cedar Rapids used to make grits. I'll have to check if they are still made here. Y'all eat yet? In Iowa they use Velveeta for bait for stocked trout.
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I was likely too busy at the rally breakfast cooking up French toast, and missed it. Will have to check beforehand this year. I too used Velveeta for bait as a kid. Better'n eating it.
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Old 04-06-2017, 07:53 AM   #6
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Unfortunately we always have to leave early on Sunday to make my 11 hour spurt to Billings. But, I'll be sure to make some at Alf's Niagara meet in the fall, besides grits is better when there is a nip in the air, particularly when there is some scrapple and spam served with them. Jim you are welcome to try some scrapple at Osoyoos, I'll be cooking it one morning while there, Dave calls it "meat cookie"......
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Scrapple

DO NOT I repeat DO NOT read the label
Before or After you eat scrapple.. Not for the timid. SPAM I can get into that too. At one time all of midwestern meatpackers had a SPAM type product. BIF MOR SPAM
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The best way to eat grits is to smother them in Poutine to drowned the taste of the grits . On second thought maybe it's the other way around .
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The label is simple, ingredients: everything that fell to the floor......scraps!!
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