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    Seriously? Are we back to boiling water?

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    People are so fascinating

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    It so happens that 've got time right now to be aggravatin.

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    Good, i miss that. I've got like a shade under an hour but I'll be back

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    Geese monetti, just damn the questions asked here. In a fuggin pot, with heavy cream, water butter and cheese. I mean really how hard is it??????????????????????????????????????????
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    Whisk or big spoon? Wrist or elbow?

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    It could be worse. We could be asking about sea turtles or something...

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    first and MOST IMPORTANTLY: Gouda > Cheddar

    heavy cream
    real butter(salted)
    wooden spoon
    wife's wrist, for when yours get tired
    fuck sugar cause you use local ground grits
    S/Pep/Garlic to taste


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    Pepper Jack > Gouda > Cheddar

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    Water , Salt and Mayonnaise

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hogg View Post
    Baking soda = Pawleys Island beach grits pre-sewer
    amen to that. I used to take water home from the beach to make grits.
    Ugh. Stupid people piss me off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tot View Post
    Call Tater and tell him to have me some grits ready when i get home. What goes on between that phone call and the dinner bell is beyond me... Probably should figure that out tho.
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    Any excuse to look at Marisa Tomei

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    Quote Originally Posted by Highstrung View Post
    People are so fascinating
    Why you wanna start a fire and then head off and let other people put it out??

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    Stone grits. 1/2 chicken stock and 1/2 water. Low and slow with s/p and butter. I usually add a little cream
    cheese and/or heavy cream.

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    I was half serious. That shrimp and grits thread made me wonder when I saw people naming ingredients.

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    im simple. i just use regular ole whole milk, and regular ole stick butter.

    dump the milk, grits, and butter in the pot, salt and pepper, put it on the stove, turn it low, and stir every so often until it gets ready to eat.

    hell i even buy my grits at the grocerystore.
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