Picked this frozen packet up on a whim. Now part of the food giant ConAgra, which was started in Nebraska in 1919 by four farmers who merged a few small town grain elevators. Today ConAgra does $14 billion a year, with oh so familiar brands: Hebrew National, Hunts, PAM, Jiffy Pop, Peter Pan, Banquet, Bertolli, Parkay, Wesson, Libby’s, Marie Callenders, Slim Jims….. and Odom’s Tennessee Pride.
This frozen packet can be heated in the microwave in seconds, ready to use a side or ladle over your momma’s home made biscuit recipe.
Ingredients include water, flour, spices, corn syrup, milk, MSG, pork. sugar and more stuff.
Hard to find the bits of sausage in this gravy, and it could use more pepper for my taste. It’s rather gelatinous in texture and kind of a funky color. I guess it serves a purpose, fast and cheap if that’s what you’re looking for. Fast and cheap doesn’t suit me for gravy. Wives, yes. Gravy, no. I’d rather take the time to make it.
Pick some of this up only if you’re desperate. (I added the black pepper here).
Odoms Tennessee Pride Sausage Gravy Review