Bloody Butcher Red Corn

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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.

    Customer Reviews

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    E.M.
    Excellent

    I found this to be delightfully different and will certainly purchase again.

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    L.W.
    Delicious

    Bought as cornmeal and used in several sourdough breads, cornbread, and corn muffins. It gives my baked goods this interesting blue/purple tinge to it that I just love, but not as much as I love the flavor. It was subtle in the sourdough but when baked into my cornbread and corn muffins, it was wonderfully corn-y and almost nutty. It tasted more like corn than any other cornmeal I've ever bought at the store.

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    a.k.

    Good service. haven’t tried it yet, but color is vibrant & unusual.

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    K.D.
    Yummy!

    Loved the extra corn flavor in this product - kinda like heirloom popcorn. Rich and complex - not the bland store grits you have to add butter to in order for it to taste like anything!

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    B.B.

    Bloody Butcher Red Corn