All I have to say is AWESOME!!
AMAZING grits - exactly like Flying Biscuit's! I always feel nervous about making recipes that claim to replicate something from a restaurant, but this one really is dead on.
Thank you so much for posting this recipe! I ate breakfast at The Flying Biscuit in Buckhead in February and LOVED their grits! I tried your recipe, but I used the "change the serving size" feature to change it to 2 servings instead of the 12. RecipeZaar did the calculating and it came out perfect. Just like the restaurant, creamy and delicious!
Great grits!!! My fiancee lived in Atlanta for many years and loved Flying Biscuit. She was SO EXCITED when I made this for her. Her comment was "I no longer need to go to Atlanta!" but she said it was a bit sweeter there. Perhaps they use a different type of grit. Thanks!!!
Wonderful! This was my first time making grits and I love The Flying Biscuit's version; these were spot on!!
The best recipe!!
Just t tied this recipe but substituted whole milk instead of half and half and went less on the salt. Seriously sharp Cabot white cheddar was good in this. Great recipe. A Def keeper!
New to the south... and to grits... but after eating at Flying Biscuit with a friend, I had to try and replicate the yummy dish for my family. They loved it too! This recipe is perfect!
SALTY SALTY SALTY beware! I made an account on this site just to do this mini PSA. I'm sure the recipe is great, just maybe use 1/3 to 1/2 as much salt as called for. I had to doctor my dish like crazy to make it minimally palatable. Bottom line: start off with a third and maybe up it if you have salty tastes.