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Old August 27th, 2012, 01:00 PM
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I almost had forgotten about this section of the forum until reading the Gun Pic posts....

Anyway, thought I would throw out some pics of the latest "Stupid Food" fest.

Stupid Food is basically when you take it up by about 3 levels, sort of gilding the lily with a whole bar of gold.

So with lobster being dirt cheap right now (less than $4.00 a lb retail, and you can get it for about 3 direct from the fisherman) I decided to create the Stupid Food version of Shrimp and Grits.....Lobster and Grits!

Having lived for 13 yrs in the Low Country of SC, I still have access to some amazing Grits.
So without further ado....

Oh and I'll throw my hat out there for those that need any cooking advice. Have been a chef for over 25 yrs.
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Old August 27th, 2012, 02:20 PM
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Man that looks good!
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Does look really good, stone ground grits I'm assuming. Where were you a chef in the Lowcountry? I swear my gal makes the best shrimp and grits in town.
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Yeah, I'm gonna need that recipe. I would eat that five days a week
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Does look really good, stone ground grits I'm assuming. Where were you a chef in the Lowcountry? I swear my gal makes the best shrimp and grits in town.
I did some catering, and did some restaurant reviews for the charlestonfoodie.com web magazine (now defunct). Was big into the restaurant scene. If you get a chance eat anywher Ken Vedrinski cooks/owns, right now Enoteca and http://luccacharleston.com/

Tell him Tom Wriggins sent you!
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Holy cr## - Can you arrange for shipping some lobsters to me in VA????? At that price I gotta get some!
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I thoughts grits are for black people. Lobster looks good though.
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I thoughts grits are for black people. Lobster looks good though.
Fail. You need to head a little east and south of I-40 and you will find lots of people like grits. I am more of a biscuits and gravy guy myself
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Fail. You need to head a little east and south of I-40 and you will find lots of people like grits. I am more of a biscuits and gravy guy myself
I don't think Neil and the South would get along to well. After a visit, he might have to get some foreign objects surgically removed.
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its all good...grits, oatmeal, cream of wheat all that good stuff us poor folks grew up with. And dont forget powdered milk....mmmmmm. Oh and goverment cheese and free box lunches in the summer time. Growing up lower class on the east side of Detroit does have advantages when you're in the top 5% income bracket as an adult!
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its all good...grits, oatmeal, cream of wheat all that good stuff us poor folks grew up with. And dont forget powdered milk....mmmmmm. Oh and goverment cheese and free box lunches in the summer time. Growing up lower class on the east side of Detroit does have advantages when you're in the top 5% income bracket as an adult!
So you eat your grits with Pappys on Sunday?
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I don't think Neil and the South would get along to well. After a visit, he might have to get some foreign objects surgically removed.
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So you eat your grits with Pappys on Sunday?
I havent been there yet...I hear its good. Have you been?
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