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Yellow Grits

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A warm bowl of creamy grits is an integral part of a traditional Southern breakfast. If you enjoyed your breakfast at our award-winning Old Mill Restaurant, you'll know what we mean. Our grits are ground the same way that Native Americans and the pioneers did it: by grinding fresh corn between enormous, heavy stones. Early settlers in this area brought their farmed corn to the Old Mill to be ground on stones powered by our giant water wheel. We're still milling grits that way, by grinding the corn hulled kernels into the perfectly-textured white grits that our guests rave about. Yellow grits reveal a bit more of the corn flavor when they are cooked.

Turn leftovers into grit cakes to serve with dinner: smooth them into a loaf pan and refrigerate until firm. Cut into squares or slices; coat with melted butter, and sear in a skillet until browned on both sides and hot.

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Oceanside, CA
September 2013

The BEST grits

How Long Have You Been Using This Product: More than 2 years

I am a city girl who was turned on to Grits by my southern husband and his family. Moving to California has caused me to not have grits readily available. I have spent hundreds of dollars looking for grits that truly taste good like these. I am ordering my second bag now. There is no other grit as good as these!!!!

Myerstown, PA
November 2013

Yummy Grits

How Long Have You Been Using This Product: Less than 1 month

The cheese grits recipe on the back of the package is amazing! I omit the peppers and add extra milk. Yummy!

December 2014

Mmmmm Mmmmm Good !

How Long Have You Been Using This Product: Less than 1 month

These grits are "Lip Smacking Good"! There is no comparison to the instant grits. My family can really taste the difference.

Baked Cheese Grits are a favorite recipe from Old Mill employee Ginger Molldrem, manager of The Old Mill General Store. She shares a tip: “Don’t worry about filling the baking dish to the top; it will puff but not overflow. And this casserole holds its shape better than most.
Click Here for Recipe.

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