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Grits in Canberra?

By androo 14 January 2013 30

I thought I’d try the RiotACT brains trust and ask: anybody here know of a local store stocking grits?

thanks!

Androo

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Roadrage77 10:41 am 15 Jan 13

I’d kill for a grit or two right now.

androo 9:58 am 15 Jan 13

Thanks all,
USAFoods order placed. Hopefully they arrive soon! hmmm cheesy grits 🙂

Holden Caulfield 9:43 am 15 Jan 13

Comic_and_Gamer_Nerd said :

Antagonist said :

johnboy said :

The thing with grits, as with many things, is the sufficient application of *tomato sauce*!

Fixed that for you, JB. There is no food that cannot be improved by the simple addition of tomato sauce.

HEATHEN

Careful, this could be enough to start an add hominy attack.

johnboy 9:00 am 15 Jan 13

Grits is basically corn porridge:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grits

Ben_Dover 8:40 am 15 Jan 13

Antagonist said :

Fixed that for you, JB. There is no food that cannot be improved by the simple addition of chilli sauce.

refixed.

Evil_Kitten 4:33 am 15 Jan 13

Ok, so I’ve never actually thought about this before – but what exactly are grits?

I always thought they were something people from the olden days in the wild wild west ate because they didn’t have real food.

el 11:10 pm 14 Jan 13

poetix said :

Note that the author’s husband likes Nutella crepes with bacon and banana. She also gives tips for adding extra sweetness.

Now that’s inspiring. Maple syrup is the obvious solution for extra sweetness.

poetix 10:41 pm 14 Jan 13

Speaking of American stuff, there’s a breakfast condiment (?) called Fluff which I have only seen at Batemans Bay Coles, and refused to buy when begged by various people. It is marshmallow for breakfast, and seems to make Nutella look super-healthy. (Those funny Italians with their healthy breakfast spreads!)

Here is a recipe using both Fluff and Nutella. If anyone makes it and lives, please let me know:

http://www.cecildaily.com/features/article_b7113c68-2f66-11e2-909b-0019bb2963f4.html?mode=jqm

Note that the author’s husband likes Nutella crepes with bacon and banana. She also gives tips for adding extra sweetness.

Their civilisation is doomed.

(And yes, I mentioned bacon.)

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