_Things I Don't Care To Eat

Serves: 5



One of the advantages of writing your own cookbook is being able to leave out your least favorite foods! In my case it’s grits and green lima beans. Two things that I figure you eat just before you eat each other! In college one of my roommates was from Florida. Despite the Southern genes in my system, Tom, my roomate, was unable to convince me grits were real food.

At the risk of offending those who may care for grits, I didn’t include any recipes utilizing them. In today’s society it is often fashionable to blame one’s adult dysfunctions on a troubled youth. Looking at grits, no matter what you put on them, reminds me of the gallons and gallons of hot mush I ate as a kid.

Nothing against my mom, but by the time I left home, I’d more than had a belly full of mush. Tom tried several remedies on grits when we lived together. Eggs with runny yolks, lots of butter, gobs of melted cheese, nothing could disguise the fact that grits look like hot mush. The other Southern dish I ate as a kid, which I didn’t and still don’t like, is succotash. I’m not sure who thought to call corn mixed with green lima beans succotash, but I care neither for the name or the dish. Why spoil good sweet corn with lima beans?

Anyway...please, don’t feel offended by the omission of these two things if they are among your favorite foods. Indeed, please feel free to make them and serve them with anything you find in this book that they will go with. Just don’t give me any credit for the meal, whether good or bad.

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