Stone Ground Grits

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Welcome to our rainbow of Grits! You truly can't beat Stone-Ground Grits. They have a toothsome bite and textural mouth-feel. Learn about Grits vs. Polenta.

Try any color of Grits in our RECIPES:

Scroll down to see the flavor profile of each cornmeal. All of our corn is always non-GMO.

Bloody Butcher Red

Bloody Butcher is a deep red to burgundy colored dent corn, developed in Virginia in 1845. It lends a very muted burgundy hue when cooked or baked.
  • Grown in:Rockdale, TX by Farmer Jim Richardson
  • This is Heirloom corn.

Oaxacan Green

Oaxacan Green corn is a centuries-old variety that is a favorite of the Zapotec peoples, utilized in their green tamales and tortillas.This dent variety exhibits complex nutty, earthy flavors and aromas, and is high in starch. It lends a subtle yellow-green hue when cooked or baked.
  • Grown in:Amarillo, TX & San Jon, NM by Farmers Leo and Zach Thrasher
  • This is Heirloom corn.

Hopi Blue

Precursors of this strain of flint corn have been raised continuously for 800 years on the mesas of northern Arizona. Hopi Blue Corn was used by the Hopis to make ceremonial Piki Bread.It lends a bright and bold blue-purple hue when cooked or baked.
  • Grown in:Rockdale, TX by Farmer Jim Richardson
  • This is Heirloom corn.

Yellow

Good, old-fashioned yellow corn. This open-pollinated corn is a staple in any kitchen. Golden yellow and bursting with the flavor of sweet corn.
  • Grown in:Amarillo, TX & San Jon, NM by Farmers Leo and Zach Thrasher
  • This is Open-Pollinated corn.

White

A neutral, snowy white corn for all of your baking needs! Perfect when you don't want to affect the natural color of your creations.
  • Grown in:Amarillo, TX & San Jon, NM by Farmers Leo and Zach Thrasher
Remember!You don’t need a special recipe… you can use any color of our stone-milled grits in any recipe. All of our corn is non-GMO.

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    Delicious stone ground grits

    I made shrimp and grits last week with Barton Springs white grits and it was heavenly. The grits were so creamy and delicious that the shrimp played second fiddle. I directed my husband in the cooking steps while I did made the shrimp, and my old German man made them perfectly, never had cooked grits in his life.

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    Great flavour!

    Makes great flour! Used it in sourdough pancakes. Has a mild, sweet flavour.

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    Carolina Gold Rice

    I am pleased that Barton Springs Mill still supplies this traditional regional rice. Once a common staple, this rice is hard to find in specialty restaurants let alone grocery stores. Thanks for keeping this product readily available for those of us who love the taste of down- home Southern cooking.

    Great All purpose flour

    Great taste very wholesome flour

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    Stone Ground Cornmeal
    Jeanine Naker
    Beautiful Color

    Have not used yet, but is beautiful colors and smells amazing.