Similar, yes!

Jul 10, 2024,19:26 PM
 

It’s slightly more liquid (if the specimen was any indication) and came with cheese mixed in (can do that with polenta as well of course) πŸ˜ŠπŸ‘πŸ»

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You can tell it’s the South… πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ

 
 By: KMII : July 10th, 2024-13:57
The dish is called shrimps and grits and is delicious πŸ˜‹ ...  

Okay. I asked a professional chef who has worked in a 3-Michelin star restaurant before.

 
 By: patrick_y : July 10th, 2024-19:53
Grits and Polenta are different. But EXTREMELY SIMILAR. Both are made of coarse ground cornmeal.

Thx for the update!

 
 By: dedestexhes : July 11th, 2024-04:46

You're most welcome!

 
 By: patrick_y : July 11th, 2024-05:11

Similar, yes!

 
 By: KMII : July 10th, 2024-19:26
It’s slightly more liquid (if the specimen was any indication) and came with cheese mixed in (can do that with polenta as well of course) πŸ˜ŠπŸ‘πŸ»

Yummy, looks delicious!

 
 By: clemens m : July 10th, 2024-14:58
Not a dish one would associate with the U.S. at first glance.

Probably that is just my "euro-centric" view,

 
 By: clemens m : July 10th, 2024-19:59
just like many Americans might see a BBQ as something typically U.S.- american while it is also deeply rooted in European culture.

Looking delishious

 
 By: Derreck : July 10th, 2024-15:05
Guessing the yellow is corn since you are in the south. What’s the green part on the sides of the plate?

 
 By: Uppersouth : July 10th, 2024-17:59
Most likely parsley with pickled onions in center.

Thanks - it truly was πŸ˜‹

 
 By: KMII : July 10th, 2024-19:27
See below πŸ‘πŸ»

Was a great one…

 
 By: KMII : July 10th, 2024-19:28
Probably something meatier tonight but was a very nice experiment that I am happy to repeat again πŸ˜πŸ‘πŸ»

Looks tasty!

 
 By: patrick_y : July 10th, 2024-16:07

+1

 
 By: hora12reborn : July 10th, 2024-18:00

Hmm......looks yummy!

 
 By: halkcb : July 11th, 2024-00:56