hese tough times may continue to deteriorate, and literally become really, really, tough times!”

Dave’s Cheese Grits:

By —— Bio and Archives--February 28, 2011

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-From Riding’ out the Recession

Dave Rankin is a good friend of my Mama’s and Dad’s, and all the family as well. Dave’s a great guy and loves my Mom to death. Dave’s been in the banking business for many, many years, and I believe may have been all his life.

I was going through Mama’s recipes, and ran across one Dave had tossed in the hat. I don’t think I’ve banked with Dave before but got to thinking this morning…”You know what Dub? Things are indeed tough right now, and with that said, these tough times may continue to deteriorate, and literally become really, really, tough times!”


Well, with those thoughts having a real opportunity of happening, I thought I might wanna throw ole Dave’s recipe up in our column. You know, one of them, I’ll scratch your back, if you scratch my back, or better yet, I’ll run your recipe if you might, well…let’s see, float me a loan or two.  As you can see Dave I did my part this morning…reckon I might be able to come down to the bank maybe the first of next week?

Dave’s Cheese Grits:

  • 1 cup grits
  • 2/3 cup milk
  • 4 oz. velveeta cheese
  • 1 cup shredded sharp cheese
  • 2 teaspoons worcestershire sauce
  • 1 teaspoon garlic powder
  • Just a shake of paprika

Cook grits. Take off heat once done and pour into casserole dish.

Add all ingredients to casserole dish as well mixing in thoroughly, then leveling out.

Bake on 350 for 30 minutes.


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Note to Readers: There are a few things that Dub doesn’t know but one thing he does know is that the word ‘Riding’ (as in Riding Out the Recession) is spelled with a ‘g’ at the end.  But Dub not only walks the walk, but speaks like he is: down home, true blue, and plain speakin’ country folk.

Dub and Deb are both native Floridians, live in Central Florida, and run a small business as well. They have five children, and seven grandchildren.

Both love to cook, love to laugh, grow a garden, and generally try to “aggravate” most anyone around them basically…all in good fun, of course!

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