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    Quote Originally Posted by nitro5x6's View Post
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    Milk AND Heavy Cream ???? Gah dang.
    We made shrimp and grits for breakfast around Christmas and did about that same recipe with both milk and heavy cream. Best grits I have ever ate. We did pepper jack cheese in there though cause thats what we had readily available.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pee dee View Post
    Yellah grits
    That’s the only kind. And you better see movement when you look through the ziplock bag...

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    go gouda....and cream cheese, butter, half & half, salt& pepper, scramble three eggs and add them to the mix, then hot sauce. your welcome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Highstrung View Post
    Yep, well depends on what I'm eating them with.. If people aren't cooking all lazy like you can build a nice consistency with constant stirring. I will richen them up though.
    I whisk mine. Adds air and body. Stir with a wooden spoon before plating. I like cracked black pepper in there too. Adluh Grits or the before mentioned Geechie Jimmy Red. Those are damn fine.
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    A pack of instant grits, a kraft single and a microwave.

    It's really that simple.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn View Post
    A pack of instant grits, a kraft single and a microwave.

    It's really that simple.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn View Post
    A pack of instant grits, a kraft single and a microwave.

    It's really that simple.
    LOL. Sounds like a plan...fake grits, fake cheese, and fake heat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn View Post
    A pack of instant grits, a kraft single and a microwave.

    It's really that simple.
    Blasphemy!!!!! dont you be feeding that to Elizabeth!!
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    Made shrimp and grits for my birthday. I use chicken stock in place of water in the grits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nitro5x6's View Post
    Blasphemy!!!!! dont you be feeding that to Elizabeth!!
    If folks are too dumb to figure out how to cook grits and add cheese then what I wrote is what they deserve.

    Ebby Lu gets the good stuff when I cook. Unfortunately her mother burns water on a regular basis. She really should ask her parents for a refund on her life lessons.

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    1 cup of water for every 1/4 cup of grits with one teaspoon of Knorr chicken bouillon for every cup of water. Bring the water and bouillon to boil then whisk in the grits. Cover and simmer for 5 minutes then whisk in a couple of shots of milk (I add a little heavy cream too, if I have it) for every cup of water. Cover, simmer and whisk for two more 5-minute cycles. When the grits are soft add in a 50/50% ratio of shredded parmasean and swiss. I use parmasean and swiss because they don't "string" as bad as other cheeses.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn View Post
    If folks are too dumb to figure out how to cook grits and add cheese then what I wrote is what they deserve.

    Ebby Lu gets the good stuff when I cook. Unfortunately her mother burns water on a regular basis. She really should ask her parents for a refund on her life lessons.
    Send her on when the burden gets too heavy. Heck, I raised two wimmins already.. I gots experience. Hahahahaha!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by nitro5x6's View Post
    Send her on when the burden gets too heavy. Heck, I raised two wimmins already.. I gots experience. Hahahahaha!!!
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    But I wouldn’t give you a dime for another just like her.

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    chicken broth instead of water when doing my shrimp and grits and yes on the milk and heavy cream
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    Now, I'll use a broth with my risotto, or bogs.. but none with grits. You need to have time to kill if you're making grits for brunch or after.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Highstrung View Post
    Now, I'll use a broth with my risotto, or bogs.. but none with grits. You need to have time to kill if you're making grits for brunch or after.
    Bo, no one here knows what a risotto is yet you talkin' ill of folks making grits after lunch?
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    If I'm making grits for brunch or after they'll be luscious..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn View Post
    If folks are too dumb to figure out how to cook grits and add cheese then what I wrote is what they deserve.

    Ebby Lu gets the good stuff when I cook. Unfortunately her mother burns water on a regular basis. She really should ask her parents for a refund on her life lessons.
    hahaha....golden.

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    Chicken stock, cream, gouda, and this. You'll thank me later.

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