Fried green tomatoes: n/a
No! This cannot stand! You must try them -- both ways! Yummy!
Cornbread: I'm not familiar with the distinction
Rebel cornbread is very much not sweet; Yankee cornbread can be very sweet. I like it in between, myself. Some of the Yankee versions should be called cake for crying out loud.
Grits: yea. mmm.... butter, salt, and pepper.
I like 'em with butter and sugar, much to the chagrin of Southerners everywhere, I'm sure.
Watermelon: Plain, preferably seedless.
I like a little salt on it, but will take it any way I can get it -- preferably seedless.
Ham: Blech! But if we have to have it, then sugar cured, most definitely.
"Blech!" to ham? I just don't understand you, Dominus.
Salad: Before the meal, with bleu cheese dressing
I like it with vinegar or lemon and oil, but if I'm going to have a creamy dressing, blue cheese is DEFINITELY the one.
Hostess or Little Debbie: Both, if I eat them at all. I make no distinction.
Little Debbie is superior.
Coke or Pepsi: COCA-COLA!!! And it ought to be "Pop!" Though here in MO, I notice people call it Soda.
I call it "soda," but I think most people around here call it "pop."
Hot-dogs: Blech! Polish sausage is far better. If I have to eat hot-dog, it's plain with mustard.
Polish sausage is definitely superior, without doubt. But a burnt weenie with mustard and onion, or a loverly corn dog, is good.
Pizza: any way is fine.
You are such a man LOL Thin, definitely!
Peppers: I've heard them called both green and bell peppers. I'm inclined to favor "green."
I usually say "green bell peppers," but I think it's an Indiana thing to call them "mangoes." My Mom used to LOL