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We do a simple cheese grits on our menu. Prepare grits in the usual manner (REAL grits NOT instant grits). When ready to serve, stir in some grated Parmigiano Reggiano and finish with unsalted butter. Season to taste with salt and white pepper.
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My grits are fine with just a big glop of butter, or topped with sausage gravy. I consider them tasteless without something added, just like lima beans are.
+1 for the necessary basic Grits add-ons ...Lima Beans (?)...was raised on them, still don't like them!
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I love mine with bacon bits, black pepper, red pepper flake and butter!


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hey thanks I never thought to look up diy tasso.....i know when i do find it for sale on the internet its kind of pricey, im going to try this recipe
Yes. You can get Morton Tender Quick for the curing process. I hot smoke trout on my Weber and they come out delish.
I put the trout on the grill when the coals are dying from a previously cooked dinner. I add some dry wood pieces on top of the coals for smoke. Close the lid then go back to it several hours later. Works great. I usually do it in freezing weather so the fire can go out and the meat will chill on its own.
The pork would just take a bit more effort and attention.
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My grits are fine with just a big glop of butter...
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Funny this thread came up. I did a big bowl of grits this morning, lots of margarine and some sugar. Don't know if there is a way to do them wrong. I've put everything on them but a hat! And they've always been good. Will have to try some of these recommendations in the near future.
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Grits the way I like'em...............

Like my grits fried with extra sharp cheddar, head cheese and hot sauce. Other times with salted butter and maple syrup.
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Cheesy Grits's here


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Old 10-11-2018, 11:23 AM
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So, everyone agrees that corn served as grits is good for us.

Made from Hominy corn they are pretty tasteless all alone.

Just about anything makes them editible . . . .
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I like to take hot grits and stir in butter until they turn yellow, salt to taste.
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