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  1. OMG you’re killing me! After all of my gorging over the holidays, I’m now trying to stick to my Game On Diet, and I’m looking at gravy and grits and stuff! Ack! That is one great thing about the South, is that there is no such thing as too much butter!
    .-= Sandy´s last blog ..The Good Good Pig – Sy Montgomery =-.

    • I’m glad that they held back on the okra, or if they mentioned it, I quickly skimmed over it. It’s just not my food at all!

  2. MillyMarie

    You had me at ‘rich desserts’ *sighs dreamily* I’m glad I had something to eat before I read your delicious post. I love the 2nd meal and The Chinese Food. I’m already jealous of Amma I wish I could cook like her, but your right I don’t believe anyone can eat like that anymore. I know I can’t *sighs*. Where there any of the actual recipes in the book?
    .-= MillyMarie´s last blog ..Short Story Tuesday: William Faulkner’s ‘A Rose For Emily.’ =-.

  3. I’ve been hearing about this post all day, but RESISTED! Until now! I couldn’t hold back anymore! Southern food is so good, and cheesy grits are about my favorite food in the world!

    Okay, I came, I saw, I looked – now back to #gameondiet! But I’ll be looking for grits and biscuits when I’m done with it!
    .-= rhapsodyinbooks´s last blog ..Review of Scream for Me by Karen Rose =-.

  4. I imagine 16 year old boys do eat that much because my 13 year old niece (who plays soccer) packs it in like nobody’s business!

    All that food looks totally amazing. Do you actually cook everything to take the pictures of them?
    .-= Michelle´s last blog ..Book Blogger Con is On! =-.

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