Glorious Grits: America's Favorite Comfort Food

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The South's favorite grain is gaining popularity throughout the country as today's top chefs and home cooks reinvent this simple, satisfying grain into Glorious Grits.

Inspired by an Alabama family whose gristmill supplies organic grains to top chefs across the country, Glorious Grits will appeal to both beginning and expert cooks wanting to tease the palate as well as add healthy whole grains to their diets.

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Overview

The South's favorite grain is gaining popularity throughout the country as today's top chefs and home cooks reinvent this simple, satisfying grain into Glorious Grits.

Inspired by an Alabama family whose gristmill supplies organic grains to top chefs across the country, Glorious Grits will appeal to both beginning and expert cooks wanting to tease the palate as well as add healthy whole grains to their diets.

Enjoy a taste of the South with over 100 fresh, ­flavorful recipes for stone-ground grits, cornmeal, and polenta. From breakfast to lunch to dinnertime and dessert, Glorious Grits offers spectacular possibilities for putting whole-grain goodness on the table.

Susan McEwen McIntosh knows her grits! Born and raised in the South, Susan worked for several years with the food staff of Southern Living® magazine. She's watched as her brother produced grits, cornmeal, and polenta from organic corn in his busy gristmill. After talking with notable chefs from coast to coast, Susan knows the secrets of transforming old-fashioned grits into new and sophisticated dishes. Now this registered dietitian and author of the first Cooking Light® Cookbook combines her knowledge of nutrition with a passion for cooking to present creative grits, cornmeal, and polenta recipes for Southern food enthusiasts across the country.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780848732912
  • Publisher: Oxmoor House
  • Publication date: 10/13/2009
  • Pages: 176
  • Sales rank: 695,280
  • Product dimensions: 9.14 (w) x 8.26 (h) x 0.84 (d)

Meet the Author

Susan M. McIntosh was Southern Living magazine's first registered dietitian. Susan authored the first Cooking Light Cookbook and has compiled and edited 18 books and contributed to 25 other publications for Southern Progress over the past 23 years.

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  • Posted January 24, 2010

    Grits - the other food group!

    What a lovely book ya'll! I grew up in the south and grits are one of my favorite foods. I now live in the midwest and I made several recipes from the book for friends that swore they did not like grits and they have been converted by these tastey, creative recipes. The perfect gift for a grits lover and an even better gift for the grits skeptic!

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