Cycene Does Grits (and Breakfast, and Lunch) Right

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Grits is best served by itself with choices to adorn and season it near by.
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This is my favorite thing about white people and restaurants, is that they will insist a food made by the poorest people on earth with almost zero training and no particular talent can only be "done right" be people with university degrees in cooking.
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#2 but that's not said anywhere in the article. AND, "they will insist a food made by the poorest people on earth with almost zero training and no particular talent can only be "done right" be people with university degrees in cooking." Who is "they?" White people, all white people?, white people who eat grits? White people who cook? Jeez, talk about bigotry..So, you think if it's Asian, the owners have to be Asian? If it's Italian, the owners have to be Italian? Rubbish. Maybe in Trumpville, but not in Seattle. What counts is how does the food taste? The food looks good, and it's food not generally associated with Seattle, which may be a challenge. They're in a great spot though, El Borracho's rabbit tacos, heaven,,,,,,
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@3 "they" means people like you.
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"Grits are essentially porridge ..."

No. It's essentially polenta. Firmer; not runny.

That said Cycene sounds great. Thank you for the heads-up.
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@2: Poor-and-not-so-poor white folks all over the South eat grits daily. I'm not sure what your point is here but you're not doing yourself any favors.
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Carolina gal here. Seattle already gentrified poor people food like ramen, and now it's doing it to grits? LOL. If I can't pronounce it, it doesn't belong on my grits (pimento mornay?)
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if we can stop talking about white people for one second i'd like to say the world needs more Ty Dolla inspired food pieces