Originally posted by gsquared81
Originally posted by Jim in NC
In NC, the not-so-appetizingly named livermush. With grits and hot biscuits.
Livermush is one of the finer things in life
You ain't just whistlin' Dixie there!
My favorite of all I've tried is Frank Corriher's Hot, from China Grove, N. C. You don't need a dollop of Texas Pete with that!
Here in Georgia, I can buy Jenkins' (regular and hot) from Shelby, N. C. and Greenwood Packing from S. C.
Some recommended brands that I've tried are Mack's (regular and hot) from Shelby, N. C., Jamison's from Charlotte, and Neese's (regular liver mush and regular and hot liver pudding) from Greensboro, N. C. -- And this is only the tip of the iceberg, folks... there must be 35 brands of livermush, liver mush, and liver pudding on the market, and some of these are only sold in one county.
In S. C., liver pudding takes on another dimension as it is made with rice instead of corn, as is customary in N. C. Two leading brands there are Counts' from Prosperity, S. C. and Harvin's from Sumter.
If anyone wants to talk about their favorite brand of livermush, I'd love to hear from them -- here or in an e-mail.
Mush Obliged, Ort. Carlton in I'm Not Pudding You On Athens, Georgia.
P. S. Thanks for posting this, Jim and gsquared81... if I'd've found it earlier, I would've mentioned it sooner.
P. P. S. Y'all making me hongry!! -- I sure do wish my all-night Kroger carried livermush.