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28 September 2013
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Blueberry muffin with Ore-Ida hash browns and orange juice

Are you a ketchup-with-your hash-browns person? I am.

 

Yes, and to take it a step further, I put ketchup on my scrambled eggs. Living in the South, you'd be amazed how many Southerners are grossed out by that, but coming from a New York family, I can't eat scrambled eggs any other way.

I grew up in Mississippi right on the state line outside of Memphis, and we put ketchup on scrambled eggs. My maternal grandfather took ketchup eating to extremes. He even put it on ice cream. As I like to say about french fries, "I'll have a few fries to go along with my ketchup."

 

 

Ice cream really? Thats a new one. I've seen a few people put ketchup on eggs or grits, which grosses me out, but so does when people also mix ketchup and mustard or ketchup and mayo to dip their fries in. paul-mccartney  I dislike grits anyways. Even though I am from the south I was not raised on it and when I finally tried it I was like "Whats so great about it?". 

28 September 2013
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What are grits?

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28 September 2013
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meanmistermustard said
What are grits?

I love grits. They are ground up hominy (a white variety of corn). I like them when they are more firm (not runny and watery). You put butter on them and go to town!

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28 September 2013
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^ Thanks cbatcu

You can also add salt & pepper and cheese. 

I find it rather bland even with the added fixings. 

https://www.google.com/#q=what+is+grits&safe=off

 

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Thatks cbatcu, grits as a food is something ive never seen anywhere. Over here Grit is something you put on the road when its icy and/or been snowing.

For my tea i'm going to have a tomato, ham, onion and cheese subway (not from subway or anywhere but home).

 

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28 September 2013
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meanmistermustard said
Thatks cbatcu, grits as a food is something ive never seen anywhere. Over here Grit is something you put on the road when its icy and/or been snowing.

For my tea i'm going to have a tomato, ham, onion and cheese subway (not from subway or anywhere but home).

 

Its something you mostly find over here in the southern US. 

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meanmistermustard said
Thatks cbatcu, grits as a food is something ive never seen anywhere. Over here Grit is something you put on the road when its icy and/or been snowing.

For my tea i'm going to have a tomato, ham, onion and cheese subway (not from subway or anywhere but home).

 

GRITS is also an acronym here for "Girls Raised In The South"

Sometimes I like to put a fried egg on top of my grits.

I tried to be a fan of cheese grits, but I never did like them that way.

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cbatcu said

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Thatks cbatcu, grits as a food is something ive never seen anywhere. Over here Grit is something you put on the road when its icy and/or been snowing.

For my tea i'm going to have a tomato, ham, onion and cheese subway (not from subway or anywhere but home).

 

Sometimes I like to put a fried egg on top of my grits.

Now that sounds good actually. lol

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^^ Try it. The textures and flavors mix very well.

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cbatcu said

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Thatks cbatcu, grits as a food is something ive never seen anywhere. Over here Grit is something you put on the road when its icy and/or been snowing.

For my tea i'm going to have a tomato, ham, onion and cheese subway (not from subway or anywhere but home).

 

GRITS is also an acronym here for "Girls Raised In The South"

Sometimes I like to put a fried egg on top of my grits.

I tried to be a fan of cheese grits, but I never did like them that way.

 

I love GRITS. I married one. a-hard-days-night-george-10

As for the food grits, I never could get into it, but my paternal grandfather, a New Yorker, loved them. Insisted on them every morning.

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Mince and Potatoes with HP sauce and a slice of crusty brown bread. Yum.

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Spaghetti with curry powder, my idea of heaven in a bowl!

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A big bowl of coconut granola with diced apples in it and of course milk, plus a hot cup of coffee (this is far healthier than I normally eat blue-meanie)

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A piece of apple pie. No whipped cream, unfortunately. If there was, it probably would've been more like whipped cream with a bit of apple pie instead of the other way roundblue-meanie

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A piece of apple pie. No whipped cream, unfortunately. If there was, it probably would've been more like whipped cream with a bit of apple pie instead of the other way roundblue-meanie

 

Apple pie should always come with tons of whipped cream. It's an unwritten food rule.

 

Im about to have some toast and raspberry jam that was buy one get one free. Food always tastes better when you know it was bought on offer. Also either a cup of tea or hot chocolate.

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homemade chocolate and macadamia nut cookies and skim milk

30 September 2013
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Don't you all have nice things for breakfast or with your coffee/any other hot beverage? Making me all jealous. I have weetabix or shredded wheat. Got to keep that heart healthy. blue-meanie

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Chipped potatoes ready to go in the oven. Burgers in the fridge setting before getting cooked. Yip, its time for homemade burger and chips.

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Lean Cuisine mushroom ravioli with ricotta cheese in a creamy marsala wine sauce with spinach and red peppers.

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cbatcu said
Lean Cuisine mushroom ravioli with ricotta cheese in a creamy marsala wine sauce with spinach and red peppers.

That sounds delicious! I had macaroni cheese. It was nice but a bit boring. 

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