Sugar in grits......just don't do it!!! Met a feller from Illinois that said this was the way they did it.......and peanuts do not grow on trees.Welcome Aboard , you'll love the South , drink Sweet Tea , Don't put anything other than salt pepper butter or cheese in your Grits.
When you go out for Pizza and the sign says "New York Pizza" it's not, Just live with it , I have .
So settle in, explore the the beaches and piers , see how it's done because it's not the same as up north and enjoy
Never plan to catch........ Fishing itself is worth the price of admissionThanks fellas for sounding out----It wont be very hard to getting use to a new location(it was 12 degrees two days ago!!!) My ice fishing this year was not that good. I guess that's why they call it fishing and hunting and not i'm going "catching". I have a 14ft deepV boat---for sure not taking it out in the stuff---but should it be ok for parts of the Cape Fear River system of some land-lock lakes/ponds you folks have?? Any info much apprieciated. Gunner
Never heard of the pudding and biscuits......How bout some cane syrup mixed with sour cream and dip your buttermilk biscuits in the mixture? I finally met one person about a month ago who says he grew up doing this......that's some mighty fine eating right there.Welcome. No sugar in grits but I do sugar in oatmeal. But I also do Chocolate pudding over biscuits. Some call them chocolate gravy and biscuits but we always called them pudden & biscuits. Don't know if anyone else eats that but I am from the mountains of NC. Welcome.