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Old 09-07-2018, 12:35 AM   #46282
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Originally Posted by Toolbox View Post
The funny thing is that my mom's side of the family is from the south but we didn't grow up eating like southerners unless we went to visit family.
I think a lot of that has to do with the area you live in. My son is in N> In. (an hour east of Chicago) and can't find regular grits, only instant. I periodically will send him a bag. The same with cornmeal and flour. Down here, it's easy to find self rising, but up north it's harder-or it used to be. I've always heard thar shrimp and grits started as a Creole thing which is why I made the comment about having to be a little Southern.
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