Frogmore Stew

A delicious example of South Carolinas low-country cooking, Frogmore stew is named for a tiny town on the coastal island of St. Helena. The flavorful one-pot dish, reputedly created in the 1950s by a local shrimp fisherman, calls for shrimp, corn on the cob, smoked sausage and new potatoes steamed in a savory broth. A favorite for parties and celebrations, its traditionally served outdoors on newspaper-covered picnic tables, accompanied by frosty mugs of ice-cold beer.
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ILuvHockey
Houston, Texas
August 24, 2010
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Easy Family Favorite
August 24, 2010
This is a great meal for the family, a dinner party, back yard get together or a special event. It serves as many as you need with easy adjustments and the flavors are great. I serve it when my kids come home from college with friends; there is always something in the mix that pleases everyone! It is also very filling!
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Meglikestocook
Delaware
August 21, 2010
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A Real Crowd Pleaser
August 21, 2010
My guests spend the night trying to figure out the secret ingredient in the stock! Old Bay is hardly a secret in these parts of the Chesapeake Bay! Definitely serve with the cornbread and cold beers, such an easy recipe, delicious and filling at the same time. No need to serve any other courses!
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Savage
Augusta, GA
April 30, 2010
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Great for a casual get-together
April 30, 2010
We made this stew for a large family get together and everyone loved it. The seasoning made the corn and potatoes really flavorful. Perfect for a summer evening dinner out on the patio, or even for a rehearsal dinner for a wedding.