Thursday, October 12, 2006

Grits aficionados still prefer stone ground grits

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Grits aficionados still prefer stone ground grits, although modern The word "grits" comes from Old English grytta meaning a coarse meal of any kind. GRITS - A celebration of Southern cooking and kitchen traditions Grits
GRITS . Nobody can GRITS eat just one! Grits are small broken grains of corn. They were first produced by Native Americans centuries ago. Good Hominy Grits
In the South GRITS, however, "hominy" came to mean skinned kernels that were then ground coarsely to make "grits." To add to the confusion, most of the South Quaker Instant Grits
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