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  1. You’re pulling at my heartstrings. As a seafood chef I love shrimp and as a guy from the south, I love me some grits! Keep the southern seafood recipes coming!

  2. Jen

    Even though I’m from NYC, I love grits. I’ve had this dish out in a restaurant, but I can’t wait to try your recipe, and make it at home. Looks delicious!

  3. Too funny because I just made shrimp and grits for the first time last weekend! I used bacon and it was really delicious, though I’m sure sausage would be the better choice. Yum!

  4. I’m not from the South, but I sure do appreciate shrimp and grits. We’ve made them before with yellow grits (adapted a Bobby Flay recipe), but I currently have some white grits in my cupboard that I’d love to put to good use…

  5. Oooah, this looks good. Something I could make for my mom and she would love being the huge shrimp lover in the family.

  6. @the Seafood Guy, for some reason we don’t blog much seafood here on BkS, but we’ll do our best to remedy that with some more southern seafood favorites.
    @Jen, it’s such an easy dish to make. Plus if you’re home you can have seconds.
    @kickpleat, I love it when recipes just pop into everyone’s head like that. The bacon angle sounds very good too–we’ll have to try that next time.
    @Kasey, I love white grits, but have a hard time sourcing them in NYC where everything is sold as polenta. It may just be visual, but I feel like white grits are creamier, and taste great with extra butter or cream.
    @Clarkie, Thanks! This is a great, easy dinner option especially for a shrimp lover.

  7. Monica

    I’ve never had shrimp and grits, although grits and fried eggs are delicious by themselves. My husband doesn’t care for sauateed shrimp but I’m going to give it a try… will have to substitute andouille sausage with turkey brats. I will give it a try and let you know how it went… what bread do you add? I would like to use sprouted grain bread… we’ll see how it goes.

  8. Joy

    I have been saving this recipe for a while and just made last night. Yum! Pretty much made as written, simple food turned into a fabulous meal. I wish i could post my picture, looks good enough to eat off the photo. Thank you for the recipe.

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