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PostPosted: Wed Jun 11, 2014 5:21 pm 
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The only grits I like are when Flo says to Mel, kiss my grits!

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I consistently bring home Sunburn and 10 extra pounds... does that count ? :nanner:

Plus.... tons of fresh shrimp from Mr Fish's market ! And a kite or flying paraphernalia from Kliggs.... I have the best looking boat on 4th of July with USA kites, windsocks, etc, courtesy of that madman ! :joker:

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It may not always be right at the beach but somewhere along the way home at least I try to get a half bushel of peaches. If there is any truth to the number of nights below freezing in winter increasing the quality/sweetness of the peaches the following spring/summer this year should be the best yet.

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 12, 2014 9:52 am 
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hubby made a good point last night as to why shrimp and grits would not be the same here.... we don't have the really good fresh shrimp lol

Someone mentioned Dukes Mayonaise earlier... I know last year when we did our grocery run at Wal Mart .. (we are a Kraft mayo group) there was no mayo on the shelf at all .. I believe there was miracle whip but its to sweet for me.. I know we stopped somewhere else and got mayo... Not sure where I was going with that LOL


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We used to bring back Duke's Mayo, too, until they started stocking it our local Kroger's in Morgantown.

I think the only thing we bring back now are fresh peaches and occasionally chocolate-covered pecans. And, of course... sea shells!

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We usually brings back tons of taffy, a car load of Yankee candles from the outlet and last fall it was Temptation dishes from QVC outlet.

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Kirk, do you ever bring yor boat down the Intracoastal Waterway? I'll bet it would fit right in at the 4th of July Murrells Inlet Boat Parade

Deanna, I would love to see a photo of your car loaded up and ready to go home! Or do you have a cargo luggage thingy on the top?

I can't get over how many of you love Duke's mayonnaise! I have a recipe that came from the old Miller & Rhodes Tearoom in Roanoke.....years and years ago. It is a recipe for chicken salad that I still make for us and take whenever we go to a picnic, block party or anywhere requiring food. Someone always asks me for the recipe....and the secret ingredient? "Don't substitute anything else for Hellman's Mayonnaise."

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Can I get that recipe for the chicken salad, when we see you next month?

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I'll give it to you right here :off-topic: :oops:

Miller & Rhoads
Chicken Salad
Serves 8

This recipe comes courtesy of Sally Dunn, former director of food services for the Miller & Rhoads Tearoom. Her recipe strongly advises against substituting any other mayonnaise brand for Hellman's. Serve in lettuce cups as part of a trio salad, on sandwiches or as an 8-ounce entree portion. Do not top with paprika.

2 cups shredded cooked chicken (light and dark meat)
2 cups super finely chopped celery
2 Tbsp. freshly squeezed lemon juice
1/2 to 2/3 cup Hellman's mayonnaise
1/2 tsp. each white pepper and salt
1/4 tsp. celery salt

1. In a large bowl, combine chicken, celery, lemon juice and mayonnaise. Stir to blend, folding ingredients until smooth.
2. Add pepper, salt and celery salt and mix thoroughly again.
3. Chill before serving.

And here's how mine varies a little:
I use only white chicken breast - no dark.
I mix in some Emeril's Original Essence Seasoning (from Costco or Sam's) to taste.
I use more chopped celery and I also add in an equal amount of chopped sweet (sandwich) pickles
Top with toasted almonds. Serve with red grapes on the side.

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LOL...I will take a pic of the vehicle before we pull out. We have been known to travel over 8 hours with things under our feet. Doug used to throw a fit, now he just rolls his eyes.

Hellman's is the only mayo as far as I can concerned. I don't use anything else.

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I'm born and raised a northerner, am now a westerner, and have traveled a lot in the south. I've never understood the appeal of grits. Is that really a food? (A warning to you southerners....if you try to throw something at me for saying this, you will only succeed in damaging your own monitors)


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Well AZ, grits by themselves are not very tasty, but the stone ground have a better consistency.

It's adding all that heavy cream, a good grade of sharp cheddar cheese, andouille sausage, bacon, shrimp, green pepper, onion and seasonings that makes all the difference!
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I bring back taffy for friends and family, and buy myself a piece of jewelry.

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AZdryheat wrote:
I'm born and raised a northerner, am now a westerner, and have traveled a lot in the south. I've never understood the appeal of grits. Is that really a food? (A warning to you southerners....if you try to throw something at me for saying this, you will only succeed in damaging your own monitors)



Have you ever ate polenta?

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Polenta? Since I don't know what that is, I'm going to have to answer no.


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