“Mr. Make It Happen” Shrimp and Grits Will Brighten Your Day

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Take a Seafood adventure with Mr. Make It Happen:

Seafood Mac & Cheese

Brace yourself – Today we are pushing the limits of deliciousness and helping Mac & Cheese fulfill it’s true potential! This Seafood Mac & Cheese recipe is perfect for a special occasion, or any time you get a little extra cash on your paycheck. If all of these ingredients aren’t in the budget, feel free to sub out the lobster and just roll with crab & shrimp.

Seafood, Chicken, and Sausage Gumbo

Gumbo is many things.. Delicious being most important. Like many popular, regional dishes – Gumbo can be a bit controversial.…

Crowd Pleaser Crab Cakes


Crab cakes are a very regional dish. In some locations, people add onions and peppers to their crab cakes -…

Blackened Salmon Alfredo


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Shrimp & Grits


Shrimp & Grits is a dish that EVERYONE needs in their repertoire. It’s the ultimate comfort food – packed with…

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46 thoughts on ““Mr. Make It Happen” Shrimp and Grits Will Brighten Your Day

  1. Never. And I never got to see no Riverside California when I visited there either. :) (the other post has – comments closed)

    1. That’s okay. I never imagined you being in Australia. I have only passed thru Riverside California. It was a plush suburb at one time with lots of fertile gardening land. I have no idea what it looks like today. 🏡🪴

      1. :) We’ve moved 22 times in 41 years due to hubby in the RAAF. We have lived mostly on the east coast/inland over 3 states.18 of those moves were directly because of his employments and wide variety of skills. At least 15 locations were near a river, large or small or in a short drive of. Great walking and quiet places to sit and write. Hence why I name my blog/website Riverside Peace. :)

        1. I wondered… thanks for the update and tie-in. Wishing you a fabulous weekend!

  2. This chef’s painstaking preparation for Shrimp and Grits hardly represents its roots in the Deep South of America. I’ve eaten a much more simplistic version of this dish in unpretentious diners.

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