Are the "ll"s the ell sound or is it of appreciated Spanish derivation with a 'y' sort of sound?
(And was the classic version on grits or rice?)
Gree-yhads and grits is a traditional Creole brunch dish. Not Cajun. New Orleans. Plain white grits, cooked fairly stiff. Although now, many people are serving it with cheese grits, or cheese grits soufflee.
It's the "y" sound, but of French derivation, not Spanish. "gree-yahdz"
gree-yodds or gree-yahds
oh, and i'm no expert on Cajun cuisine, but i'm about 99% sure it's traditionally served over grits.
my phonetic spelling might be off, but this is close
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