The Letter G, glorious G
If you are from the South, or live near the South, or emigrated from the South, or wish you lived in the South, then this word will have you nodding,"Yes. Yes, of course."
"G" is for Grits.
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It was shortly after having an abscess in the lower back molar with a major bad root canal, that I discovered grits. After such a massively painful event, the only foods I could eat had the texture of baby food. Mashed potatoes were acceptable.
That was when my mother fixed me some grits. She put a sizable glop of real butter on it, poured a bit cream, and a swirl of maple syrup. Grits, glorious grits!**
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For any readers who have experienced similar dental experiences, I offer my sympathy. If I were at your house, I would mix up some grits for us both.
Grits can be purchased at any reputable grocery store, next to the oatmeal. Better quality grits can be found in a "Sprouts" or natural food store.