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  • MikeC
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    OK............. cornbread?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?


    Modeling the NYC railroad

    (Not Yet Completed Railroad)



    Phil


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    I ain't believin' this!id=red>id=size5>

    Now, if you'll excuse me, I'm a busy man. I have a railroad to run.



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  • NYC
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    OK............. cornbread?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?

    Modeling the NYC railroad

    (Not Yet Completed Railroad)



    Phil

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  • L_and_N_Debbie
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    Hi Nelson,

    THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR DEFENDING MY GRITS !!! There just ain't nuttin' better than grits and cornbread!!

    L&N Debbie

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  • Shay_Driver
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    Well, to us Yanks, grits is/are a nasty, inedible plot!!! id='Impact'>id=size5>id=blue>


    Don in Oregon City

    Edited by - tankertoad70 on 05/09/2002 14:38:53


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    Speak only for thy self Don.

    Born and raised in Michigan, I lived there for more than fifty years. I too, learned about grits on a trip to Fla. when I was twelve. I have liked grits for fifty years.
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    Nelson

    Come after breakfast, bring your own lunch, and leave before supper time.id=teal>

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  • rhomeeyeball
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    Hi Ya'll,

    Well Don, I wouldn't have use the "Y" word on this forum, but you just don't know what good food is.

    T&P David

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  • tankertoad70
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    Well, to us Yanks, grits is/are a nasty, inedible plot!!! id='Impact'>id=size5>id=blue>

    Don in Oregon City

    Edited by - tankertoad70 on 05/09/2002 14:38:53

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  • NYC
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    Only a New Yorker GROAN

    Or maybe somebody from Boston

    I'll let Debbie answer, Phil. But if you've even eaten them, you'll never forget them. Love 'em or hate 'em. No inbetween

    Mike Chambers



    http://homepage.mac.com/michael21/CMS-RR-Co./


    id=quote>id=quote> I actually knew the answer but I figured I might as well stir up the pot I didn't know what there were until I was 27 and moved to Florida though, One of the first things I learned was what grits were.
    Modeling the NYC railroad

    (Not Yet Completed Railroad)



    Phil

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  • horailfan
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    Plenty of grits here in Texas.Butter on top with a little sugar.Hi Mike C.,we need recipes for paint mixes,they taste really good! I won`t give up. I`ll never surrender! Jerry

    horailfan

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  • rhomeeyeball
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    LOL, what are GRITS? Beats oatmeal all to heck.Made from hominy.....corn.If you ever go to the deep South you will be served them with every meal,GREAT FOOD.Served as a hot cereal.I have noticed that the further you go north the harder they are to find.When we travel by motorcycle it's the only food stuff we take with us,packed in the saddle bags.We learned the first time we went to South Dakota that people had only heard of them on the "Beverly Hillbillys" and they didn't even have them in stores.Now we take our own,try them sometimes.I have been told they are an aquired taste though.I had no choice in the matter,untill I was in my 20's I thought everyone had them for breakfast at least

    Later Ya'll

    T&P David

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  • MikeC
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    Now I know this will stir up someone What are Grits?????id=red>id=size4>


    Modeling the NYC railroad

    (Not Yet Completed Railroad)



    Phil


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    Only a New Yorker GROAN

    Or maybe somebody from Boston

    I'll let Debbie answer, Phil. But if you've even eaten them, you'll never forget them. Love 'em or hate 'em. No inbetween

    Mike Chambers



    http://homepage.mac.com/michael21/CMS-RR-Co./

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  • NYC
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    Now I know this will stir up someone What are Grits?????id=red>id=size4>

    Modeling the NYC railroad

    (Not Yet Completed Railroad)



    Phil

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  • Shay_Driver
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    Good golly Don! I never thought of that! I don't like grits anyhow,give me cream beef and biscuits any day! You recall S.O.S from your Air Force days? I still love it! I like to put it over french toast.Yum,Yum!


    brakie


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    WELL, THAT EXPLAINES A LOT.id=red>

    BTW, Debbie, I like grits.

    Nelson

    Come after breakfast, bring your own lunch, and leave before supper time.
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  • tankertoad70
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    Ah yes, good ol' SOS a.k.a. chipped beef on toast. That was some pretty good stuff, and I always enjoyed it. 'Twas very satisfying. When I was at the Blue Zoo, I remember the first time our table was handed a pan of grits. I figured they were Cream o Wheat and prepared them as such. Turns out there was a 'Firstie' (senior) from the southland and he came 'unglued' at my ruining the grits, and made me eat the whole stinkin' pan of 'em. When I became a Firstie, three years later, no one at my table was permitted to eat grits, the pan stayed covered. If any protested my action, I made them eat the whole pan load.

    Don in Oregon City

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  • MikeC
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    You know what we need?

    We need a Recipe Forum. Everyone can post their favorite meals and ingredients. Call it the CHOW HALL

    Debbie already contributed Recipe # 1: Fritters.

    Mike Chambers



    http://homepage.mac.com/michael21/CMS-RR-Co./

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  • Bucks_Owin
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    Good mornin' friends and welcome newbies!id=size5> Hey Don, my Mom(rest her soul) was from Asheville NC and I ate plenty of grits for breakfast growing up! They allright with "pan gravy" on 'em! (Not as good as donuts tho!!)


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