Re: [gardeners] Re: Grits

Roy and Myra Amler (
Wed, 29 Dec 1999 19:41:05 -0500

Ok, what's wrong with hog slop?

bsk wrote:

> We had fried eggs, bacon, grits, toast, milk and OJ this morning. NOTHING got mixed
> other than the sugar and butter on the grits and maybe a few pieces of bacon.
>     My word people! If you mix your grits with eggs and whatever else is on the plate
> you just ain't slopped enough hogs! Even seen hog slop? Get a plate full of food and
> mix it all together. Now you have a idea at least but you still don't have the true
> educational experience of it all. Just hard to add the sour and pig poop smell when
> the food is fresh like that. Slop a few pigs though and I promise you those smells
> will just pop right  into you snoz next time you mix all your food up like that.
>      On a gardening note maybe some people just like to get the plate all mixed up
> and ready for the composting stomach.
> zone 7a
> aka " Ranchmama "
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> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Harry Boswell" <>
> > On Wed, 29 Dec 1999, penny x stamm wrote:
> > > I know somebody else who mixes scrambled eggs, bacon  and butter into the grits.
> Is that allowed, or should i lock the door against her...?
> > >
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> > Scrambled eggs should be served beside the grits, never mixed with. Naturally, some
> >inadvertent mixing will occur on the plate.  This is considered Darwinian, and as
> such >is perfectly fine.  But to deliberately combine the two before serving is
> taboo.
> >
> > Thanks,
> > Harry