Lizard's Thicket in Columbia also has liver pudding for breakfast. I think they call it the lowcountry breakfast or something along those lines. They don't use the same brand I grew up with, which is Harvin's, but it was still good and reminded me of home. So, what is it? You ready? You sure? Ok, but we're going to talk about something now that you've read this far. It is, according to Harvin's website "a mixture of pork liver and a variety of meats with cooked rice and selected spices." Yep, "a variety of meats." I'll let your own imagination play with those words for a bit. Fun, huh? Well, it's like what they say about sausage, you don't want to see it made. And yes, we had sausage and grits growing up too. That's just not as cool a name for a blog though, is it? Another small point about this, but really it's about people in general. If you tell someone you like to eat something that may be different from what they know or eat, why is the reaction usually "ewwww!!!!" Or something along those lines? You're not making them eat it. You're not, usually, even trying to convince them to eat it. However, they have this irresistible urge to let you know they find it oh so unsavory. Why? I met someone once who told me they put A1 sauce on their french fries. She told it to me in a way that she was just waiting for me to say "yuck." They're not my fries. I don't really care. You can put syrup on them if it makes you happy. For my part, I'm going to continue to eat my liver pudding and grits occasionally. If you want some, I'll make them for you, if not, well, let me know what you want and we'll work something out.