Bloody Butcher Red Corn Kernels and Cornmeal

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  • Available types: Whole Kernel, Cornmeal, Grits, Polenta
  • Grown by: Jim Richardson in Rockdale, TX
  • Flavor profile: earthy notes
  • Good for: cornmeal, grits
Bloody Butcher is a deep red to burgundy colored dent corn, developed in Virginia in 1845. Bursting with corn flavor, this variety is ideal for cornmeal and grits.

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    Bloody Butcher Red Cornmeal

    This cornmeal has the absolute best flavor. Rather you make cornbread or using it to fry fish its hands down delicious!

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    Delicious Yeast Corn Bread

    Huge difference in flavor . Superior flour produces excellent delicious corn bread slices for toast and sandwiches.

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    It's great!

    The red cornmeal has a great flavor. Color is only slightly pinkish which is fun. I made cornbread muffins to go with homemade soup and everyone loved them.

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    b.h.
    excellent product

    I just received the red corn kernels. Using my Kitchen Aid grain mill, the kernels easily were converted to a course polenta to serve with my short ribs. Delicious.

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    S.A.
    Awesome cornmeal

    The main thing i use cornmeal for is southern cornbread and this has such a good flavor. I have never tasted any as good as this. Don't get put of by the name cuz it is good no matter what the name. I want to try this in other recipes as well as cornbread as i'm sure it will be awesome whatever it is in ; )

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    Rye Flour

    Love the flour and the super timely delivery. Hope to visit soon. Please keep up the great work.

    I love it!

    The taste is great! Perfect texture and flavor for my tortillas. I think I'm hooked!

    Love this flour!

    I am using it in my sourdough loaves. I love the sweet undertones.

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    Great for hot cross buns

    I bought TAM 105 to make hot cross buns. The enriched dough rose very well - first rising for about 3 hours, kneaded in mixed peel and diced apple for the second rise, formed the buns and let rise a third time. They are beautifully soft, tender and delicious.

    Bloody Butcher Red Cornmeal

    This cornmeal has the absolute best flavor. Rather you make cornbread or using it to fry fish its hands down delicious!