Date: Sat, 16 Mar 1996 10:56:05 -0500
From: "Margaret G. Lee -English" mlee[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]CS.HAMPTONU.EDU
Subject: Re: Clabber milk
As a native of the western part of Virginia, I eat grits as a hot
cereal: with sugar, butter, and milk. However, I never had grits until I
attended college in the Hampton Roads, Virginia area. Growing up, my
family served hominy, from which grits are derived.
On Wed, 13 Mar 1996, David Robertson wrote:
Does any of you Southerners know about the supposed 5 ways of
serving grits? I've only been through North Carolina once, five years
ago, so the restaurants there are my only experience of this. I seem to
remember that grits could be ordered "plain", "covered", etc., and
*"smathered"*. That last is a word I've never heard elsewhere in
America. Any info out there?