Carolina Grits® A registered trademark of Carolina Grits & Co. 252 505 9378
Carolina Grits & Co. is a dedicated gluten-free manufacturing facility.
Carolina Grits are whole grain grits. Not degermed or bran removed.
Home of the Stone Cut Grits
Carolina Johnny Cake Mix ( New) a blend of white and yellow finely sifted stone ground corn. Gluten free baking powder, some sugar and NO ADDED SALT. Makes wonderfull pancakes and incredible waffles. Col. K. Cornpone's recipe.
American grown, North Carolina produced Polenta. Specifically sifted bianco o giallo mais . Catered to the Argentine and Med cooking styles. Cooking example would be 1 cup of American Polenta & 4 cups of water brought to a boil then simmered to a smooth perfection. Salting and bouillon stock cube additions as desired. Try baking the same mix in a glass baking dish, stirring 1/2 way thru the 35 min at 360 deg.
From the Gulah cooking tradition in the Sea Islands of South Carolina. There are two specific sizes of grits together, one is large and pluffs to the size of cooked rice, and the other is smaller but yet is larger than the traditional size of stone ground grits. This forms a base for the larger grit and makes them so interesting to eat. The two sizes create a rich texture that makes the grits as interesting to eat as anything they are served with.
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They might appear to be irreproducible results, however, substantiated customer testimony reveals the effects of Carolina Grits on the welfare of the local community.
Summer 2009- Arther Bailey said, "Those are Geechee
Grits". Mike, the chef at the Post Office Restaurant on Edisto Island,
SC said "Those the Geechee Grits alright".
Spring 2011- The start of American Polenta that will replace any Euro Polenta.
Sept 2014-Thanks so much for sending the grits and the of Col. Cornpones Johnny Cake mix. Your grits are the best I have ever purchased -- but the Johnny Cake Mix was purely heaven sent. I made cornbread out of it -- with just water, oil and salt. I wish I could eat like that everyday. By the way, who is Colonel Cornpone?
Feb 2015 (Carolina Grits) thank you! We were given a package of your grits for Christmas, they were delicious, better than any milled grits we had ever tasted! Being in North Georgia we're know grits; and are surrounded by several good mills..but yours are the best! Thank you! Jim and Janie
Young Texans Against Cancer grits cookoff winner. His presentation of "Carolina Country Grits" with Gulf Coast shrimp and slow-roasted corn laced with a tasso beurre blanc was a sure winner.