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Simple Grits

1.    Pour the milk and water into a 2-quart saucepan, cover, and turn the head to medium-high. When the milk mixture boils (about 5 minu...

by Matt Lee and Ted Lee


Grits for Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner

“Grits,” “mush,” “polenta,” “gruel,” whatever you want to call it, it’s easier to prepare in a slow cooker than by any other method. I lo...

by Andrew Schloss


Soft Cheese Grits with Spoon Bread Variation

Variation: At the restaurant we use stone-ground coarse yellow cornmeal, 1 cup meal to 6 cups water, cooked as in this recipe but for 20 ...

by Elizabeth Terry


Garlic-Cheddar Grits Soufflé

Humble grits are fluffed up with beaten eggs, Cheddar cheese, and garlic, then baked to create a tempting side dish.

by Eric V. Copage


Shrimp ’n’ Grits

This dish is a true Southern delight, our riff on Louisiana-style spicy shrimp combined with cheesy grits just the way we make ’em at The...

by Bobby Deen and Jamie Deen


Wild-Mushroom-and-Herb-Stuffed Chicken

Stuffing a chicken usually means only one thing: filling the bird’s cavities with a flavorful filling. But a chicken can also be stuffed ...

by Jacques Pepin

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Fried Baked Grits

These grits can be served hot, direct from the oven, or made in advance and fried just before serving.

by Christopher Idone


Highlands Baked Grits

This signature appetizer is simple southern with a little finesse. The grits are baked in individual ramekins, then served with a buttery...

by Frank Stitt


Grits ’n Greens Casserole

Diabetic Exchanges:1½ starch ½ nonfat/low-fat milk 1 high-fat meat 1 fat

by Sandra Woodruff and Leah Gilbert-Henderson


Fresh Corn Tamales with Roasted Red Peppers

Our reputation as tamale makers was made at the original Border Grill with these sweet, creamy corn tamales. We have cooked and tasted ma...

by Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger


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