Had a unique dinner tonight,I cooked

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    grits are meant to be salty.... sugar, with grits, just makes no sense to me.... nor do apples or apple pie filling with grits...

    the fried spam and cheese with grits in a casserole would be tasty! :D
     
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    You would hate how I eat grits then. Sugar,Salt,Butter,Cheese,Jelly,Bacon pieces.
     
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    Back when I was Civ War reenacting one of the guys I knew played both Reb and Yank, he was northern born but southern raised. One morning he prepared grits for his Yankee unit and didn't tell them what it was, they all were asking for milk and/or syrup, thought is was cream of wheat...... He never told them what it was..... :lol:
     
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    Holy shi... Apple Pie filling plus 1 cup of sugar?
    This is actually nothing new...just modified.
    It is essentially a sweet mince pork pie called a FLampoyntes. An old traditional Christmas dinner in old England. (Hey...I know food)

    Flampoyntes
     

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