a bowl of Haygood Mill grits with a pat of butter

Hagood Mill Grits

, by Amber Chase, 1 min reading time

Jimmy Hagood’s great-great-great Grandfather, Colonel Ben Hagood, bought a grist mill in Pickens, South Carolina in 1823.  In 1845 his son, James Hagood,  built the Hagood Mill as it stands today, and the Mill still produces the most authentic stone-ground grits we’ve ever tasted. Hagood Mill’s original 20-foot water wheel and 1600 pound granite millstones produce a slightly finer grind on flavorful Southern corn, meaning the grits take less time to cook and are exceptionally creamy ~  so eat them for breakfast or supper because, as we all know, Hagood Mill Grits are good for you!



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