– October 14, 2017
I am going to rate this even tho this my first order
– October 14, 2017
Thank You! Please let us know what you think.
– October 28, 2017
I have been eating white fried cornbread since a child and Dixie Lily is our family’s favorite. So delighted to find it online since I live in Ohio and typically have my mom keep me stocked from the south.
(verified owner) – April 30, 2018
Ordered this after hearing Paula Deen advertise it. I’m so glad I did. It was shipped quickly, I made mush with it. It tasted great. I put it in a bread pan and will fry up the rest for breakfast. I will definitely order this again!
– May 1, 2018
Thanks for letting us know, Sean! Enjoy!
– November 15, 2018
Very good so far 5stars
– August 11, 2019
Dixie Lily Enriched white corn meal – tastes just like ngwerewere or palenta sadza from home. I recommend you try it when the 20 kg from back home runs out. just came across it in publix while looking for my usual indian head corn meal which they did not have and decided let me try this one and am loving it!! Does it come in larger quantity bags? Please email me details and thanks.
– August 12, 2019
Thank you! We carry 24 oz and 5 lb sizes. Available via http://www.southerntraditionalfoods.com
(verified owner) – March 25, 2020
Best corn meal ever for fried corn pons. five stare
Elizabeth A McMullan
– March 27, 2020
Dixie Lilly stone ground corn meal is the brand my mother always used to use when baking southern corn bread and as a starter in her salt rising bread. I cannot find it anymore in the Miami, FL stores. I am anxious to bake my mom’s salt rising bread especially now that we are ordered to “stay at home” because of the Coronavirus. Please send asap.
– March 28, 2020
Hi Elizabeth, Please visit http://www.southerntraditionalfoods.com and you can order online from there. Thank you!
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