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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