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    Default Sweet Grits?

    Is the addition of sugar and/or sweetening agents an acceptable way to eat grits, particularly down here, or am I speaking pure sacrilege even bringing it up?
    - "My dad used to tell me that nothing good happens when you take your AR to an out of town riot. Or maybe it was that nothing good happens after 1:00 in the morning. I can't remember any more." - Wob

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    Somebody ban him, please
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    Decent, godfearing people do not put sugar in their cornbread or their grits
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    My religious beliefs teach me to feel as safe in battle as in bed. God has fixed the time of my death. I do not concern myself with that, but to be always ready whenever it may overtake me. That is the way all men should live, and all men would be equally brave.
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    For what it's worth, DC, the wife warned me not to start this conversation. Your first post is proof of that.
    - "My dad used to tell me that nothing good happens when you take your AR to an out of town riot. Or maybe it was that nothing good happens after 1:00 in the morning. I can't remember any more." - Wob

    - "Most of these folks' thought streams run shallow enough you can cross them in Crocs and not get wet feet". - Unnamed animal poet from Spartanburg, SC

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    It’s alright, Bart. Navigating the culinary world requires that we ask some difficult and awkward questions.
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    The short answer? No. The long answer? Hell no.

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    That's just strange

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    I've been told all my life that there's no such thing as a stupid question. I guess thats been blown to hell now huh.

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    You tell your wife about posting on the internet ?
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    There's not a bad way to fix grits ,or corn bread either, for that matter. If there is a bad way I haven't found it yet.

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    Well, if you want my opinion...

    there ain't but one way to eat grits.

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    There’s a lot of sugar in ketchup.

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    Thank you for the support. That being said, ketchup is EASILY more egregious than sugar or cinnamon. No question.
    - "My dad used to tell me that nothing good happens when you take your AR to an out of town riot. Or maybe it was that nothing good happens after 1:00 in the morning. I can't remember any more." - Wob

    - "Most of these folks' thought streams run shallow enough you can cross them in Crocs and not get wet feet". - Unnamed animal poet from Spartanburg, SC

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    They're all pretty fucked up

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    Anyone for buttermilk, cornbread and onion mixed together? Grandfather on wife's side used to swear by it.
    - "My dad used to tell me that nothing good happens when you take your AR to an out of town riot. Or maybe it was that nothing good happens after 1:00 in the morning. I can't remember any more." - Wob

    - "Most of these folks' thought streams run shallow enough you can cross them in Crocs and not get wet feet". - Unnamed animal poet from Spartanburg, SC

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    Watched a guy put syrup on his grits once. He never got invited to hunt again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Black Bart View Post
    Anyone for buttermilk, cornbread and onion mixed together? Grandfather on wife's side used to swear by it.
    Yes.

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    Sausage eggs and butter. Salt and black pepper. All that goes on grits.
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