TIP OF THE DAY: Grits ~ Not Just A Side At Breakfast

A bag of premium grits from Charleston Favorites. Photo by Saidi Granados | THE NIBBLE.   Three-quarters of grits purchased in the U.S. are sold in the South; the area stretching from Virginia to Texas is sometimes referred to as the “grits belt.” This tip is for everyone who lives outside of it. But before…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Cheese Grits

First made by Native Americans, grits are an ubiquitous menu item in the American South. The area from Virginia to Texas is even called the “Grits Belt,” where grits are served for breakfast, lunch and dinner (and that sounds great to us!). Grits are the hard part of the corn kernel (the endosperm), cut into…
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