Blog Photo ..Pohlig Brothers box factory where my Grandmother worked ages ago. Today the building has been turned into apartments. Richmond Va.


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Sunday, January 15, 2017

snack

Believe it or not,  we are still putting away Christmas decor.  I am going on line to find a large storage bag to fit my flocked tree to take to the garage and not be hurt by moisture.   This thing is more work than it's worth I believe.
Meantime we had a taste for some shrimp and grits.

I cooked my grits in whole milk with olive oil and lil salt.
stirred in a little butter when they finished cooking.

The shrimp I had were ones that were already previously frozen from Martins.
After thawing I pressed in a paper towel to dry and then sprinkled little lemon them.
Sauteed yellow and green peppers with fresh mushrooms and garlic then I added dried chives from my garden (didn't have fresh scallions) along with some of the bacon,    I had bacon already cooked in the microwave nice and crispy, with a few slices reserved for the top before serving.
 Squeezed on a fresh lemon and added the shrimp.   Just heated through and of course I had to throw another pat of butter on this good steamy stuff before piling on top of the grits.
Just a fast throw together before a much later dinner.
will hold us over til dinner


My daughter sent me a picture of her dinner the other night and this is Steves favorite in which she will make him when he visits again.  Yummm

9 comments:

  1. I love shrimps so although I have never tried your recipe I am sure I would love it, looks delicious.

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  2. I love shrimp anyway it's made. Your dish looks scrumptious. xo

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  3. YUM --the shrimp and grits looks GREAT... That would be a dinner for us--along with maybe a salad... I always get shrimp and grits when we go to the Charleston area.

    Your daughter's meal looks great also... She must get her cooking skills from her Mama!!!!!!

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  4. Ah jus love me some shrimp n gree-uts! Is that how you say it in Virginia, too? Yours look so good.

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    1. We say it like that too. I have heard them called "greeeeets" also. All the same. Happy Sunday , Betsy

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  5. Betsy, your shrimp and grits looks so yummy. As does your daughter's meal. So colorful and full of beautiful veggies. Have a wonderful week ahead. ♥

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  6. Thanks so much for stopping by again!! Hope you are having a great week!!
    Hugs,
    Debbie

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  7. I love it when you have someone who sends you pics of their meals cuz it makes you want to do it up as good as they have. It all looks delicious.

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