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Frogmore Stew- Recipe halfway down. I add 2-3 cans of beer to water.

LOVE to do this....Crab Boil Seasoning (I use Old Bay) 12 baby red potatoes 6 ears of corn, shucked and silk removed One 12 oz can or bottle of domestic beer 1 medium-size white onion, quartered 2 packages smoked sausage, cut into 1-inch pieces 1 lb medium to large raw shrimp, in the shell (we add red potatoes and sometimes crab legs too)

Beef Stew (sometimes I do half water/bullion and half V8 vegetable juice).

Beef stew.......This was really good. I used green beans instead of peas and added a little extra ketchup. Only thing I would really change, is to cook it for close to an hour more than it called for. Otherwise the meat won't be tender enough.

[Fresh Grilled Shrimp & Corn Tacos] Very good. The corn & tomato salad really elevates this recipe. I did use romaine vs. the arugula. Wonderful summer dinner, as everything is cooked on the grill. ***1/2

Guinness Stew, might make this for St. Paddie's Day!

Frogmore Stew - Mom, this one's for you. 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.