Hickory King Grits
Hickory King “old fashioned” grits. Hickory King is an open-pollinated dent corn originating in the 19th-century south. Famous for grits and white cornmeal, this corn variety is loved for its large kernel and its robust corn flavor.
“Even though I’d heard it said for many years, it wasn’t until we grew and milled some Hickory King corn, using a small hand mill, that I tasted and so knew the difference. I ran all over town telling people, ‘There really is a difference!’ That winter I bought a Meadows stone mill, and we started milling our own,” says Laura.
Our Hickory-King corn is USDA-certified organic. The grits are well-loved and our Hickory King white cornmeal is great for cornbread or corn muffins.
Each bag of grits weighs 1.30 pounds and contains 5 cups. Because our products are stone-ground, they need to be stored in the freezer.