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Lindsay-Jean Hard

Lindsay-Jean is a Contributing Writer & Editor at Food52.

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We sell some in Provisions: https://food52.com/provisions... and I'm also a fan of Anson Mills: http://www.ansonmills.com...

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I take my cue from Edna Lewis & Scott Peacock: Logan Turnpike Mills; 1-800-84-GRITS

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Virginia Willis

Southern born Virginia Willis is a French-trained chef, food writer, and content creator. Her latest cookbook, Lighten Up, Y'all: Classic Southern Recipes Made Healthy and Wholesome received a James Beard Award of Excellence in 2016.

added over 2 years ago

Anson Mills, Hoppin Johns (by cookbook author and Lowcountry expert John Taylor,
McEwen and Sons, Red Mule, Logan Turnpike… there are SO many great grits available online. Make sure to look for wholegrain for best taste and health benefits. And, just as a heads up, (these are yellow) but Bob's Red Mill grits/polenta are actually whole grain, as well.

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Anson Mills is the creme de la creme brand, but I also am partial to Nora Mill Granary in Helen, Georgia: http://www.noramill.com/

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