Friday, March 3, 2017

A Lowcountry Boil

From Inside Chic:
The Lowcountry boil, also known as Frogmore stew, has a storied history, though of comparatively recent vintage. Its roots extend farther back in time and place, however, to the Creole-style cuisines of the Gullah, the descendants of African slaves, who have long populated the Sea Islands and coastal regions of South Carolina, Georgia, and northeastern Florida. Lore credits the original recipe to Richard Gay, of Gay Fish Company, who hailed from Frogmore on St. Helena Island, deep in the heart of the Sea Island Gullah community. (Read more.)

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