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Re: Grits

> > From: Island Jim <jsinger@igc.org>
> > have to admit i like grits. don't know why. and i like them best
> with lots 
> > of tabasco, same way i like cottage cheese. but i also like
> the 
> > real thing, which no other more or less civilized person owns up
> to. 
> > character defect, i guess.
> ----------
> Well, now, we like hominy, and my hubby likes grits and we consider
> ourselves more or less civilized and without too many hideous
> character defects:-)  But, to me, grits are about like cream of
> wheat...OK, but not something I pine for:-)  Never tried either
> tobasco...now, there's a thought.
> Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
> mtalt@hort.net
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