Grits are Good!

Thanks to Todd Eller for this recipe--sounds like a winner.



3 cups liquid (broth/water combination)
1 cup grits
3 T crack butter
ΒΌ C brown sugar
Locust honey for drizzle
Bring 3 cups liquid to a boil and add salt. Stir in grits slowly and keep stirring for about 5 -7 minutes. They should be thick. Remove from heat.

In a non-stick pan, melt butter and add brown sugar until you make a thick slurry type paste. Adjust to your taste. Add grits to the skillet and set heat to medium high.  Cook until well incorporated and very thick.

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