Grandson Came, Cleaned, Cooked
Pork chops, grits-broccoli-cheese casserole, celery & green onions smothered in turkey broth.
Oh, frabjous day, calloo callay!
Or, something like that.
Tee hee hee.
Sounds delicious, very nice Grandson You've got there!
He is, indeed, one of the best.
Is that the JW grandson, if so, good for him !!
No JW grandkids.
One daughter, sister, nephew are JW's.
Grandson is just a GOOD kid.
I like my grub smothered!
I like smothered stuff, too.
Family joke: Some acquaintance of ours, unfamiliar with grits, looked at the menu in a restaurant and asked what a "grit" was.
I've told this story on here before now.
At one convention, a now departed brother was simply incredulous that a Canadian family had never seen or tasted grits.
Since grits are so much a part of our culture, he thought they just HAD to be everywhere.
Hominy grits are a type of grits made from hominy with the germ removed, which is corn that has been treated with an alkali in a process called nixtamalization.
Grits are usually served with other flavorings as a breakfast dish, usually savory.
You're right, Syl! Hominy people really know this?