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    Quote Originally Posted by DockShootinJack View Post
    I had to do some reading on the subject of shrimp and grits. It is said to have originated in tbe low country of the Carolinas. Same place the claims frogmore stew( Low Country boil)
    Wherever it came from it likely was food for folks that worked hard and had little. It does make a hardy and filling meal, it certainly would be welcome on a cold day
    Sullivan's Island outside Charleston has a small restaurant that had the best shrimp and grits I ever had. Owner said it was her grandmothers recipe. Used day old grits and either fried or baked them in a triangular cornbread iron skillet.
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    That does sound awesome.
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    As much shrimp as we got down here from the Gulf of Mexico, shrimp and grits is a completely unknow dish in New Orleans and the surrounding area.

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    Just over in Coastal Alabama it was a staple at nost of thw seafood restaurants
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    Quote Originally Posted by DockShootinJack View Post
    Just over in Coastal Alabama it was a staple at nost of thw seafood restaurants
    I'm 57, and only heard of such a thing a few years ago .We have so many different kinds of shrimp dishes around here that I suppose is the reason why it never really took off.

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    Very true. Lots and lots of good food
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    My wife found me some crawfish tails at our local Wal Mart...Woo Hooo
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    Quote Originally Posted by BuckeyeCrappie View Post
    My wife found me some crawfish tails at our local Wal Mart...Woo Hooo
    Always good eating
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    Yep and she won’t touch it with a ten foot pole so.....more for me.
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    Mine doesn't eat anything spicy.
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