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True Grits: The Southern Foods Mail-Order Catalog

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Inspired by its Southern author's frustrating search for her favorite grits from her Northern home, True Grits is a Southern grocery store between two covers. This guide-a necessity for anyone with Southern roots or a fondness for Southern food-provides ordering information for more than 150 essential Southern ingredients and handmade specialty foods now available beyond t ...more
Paperback, 384 pages
Published January 9th 1990 by Workman Publishing Company
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Oct 12, 2007 Karen rated it liked it
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"A Piggly Wiggly in your mailbox."

Finding it difficult to find her favorite grits after moving North, Joni Miller compiled a list of Southern food available by mail. I had fallen in love with grits on my visits down South and was thrilled to find this book.
This was published in 1990 so you can imagine it's a bit dated. I don't know if all these companies still exist,nonetheless it's still a good source of Southern foods and an entertaining read.
There are 30 recipes for things like Southern Fri
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