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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)

We'd go crabbing and shrimping with the scout troop then make this one pot meal with a side of boiled crab, one of the Boys favorite meals! Lowcountry boil but the part of South Carolina that I come from calls this Beaufort/Frogmore stew! And we make it using crab boil and don't add lemons but I bet this is just as yummy! Side with lemons and butter sauce for the crab....T26

Crab is one of those foods that is worth the work. And making a soup out of it, well that takes even more work.

Maryland crabs reminds me of an evening Mike and I had with the Whitney's at the Gasparis's house....a long time ago

nice pin... just the way i like it.

One of the things I love most about living in the Pacific Northwest is the prolific nature of delicious delicious crabs in the winter. I love creamy seafood soups and chowders and can't wait to get my hand on some crab to make this.

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I don't know whether I'm pinning this for the California crab boil, the cute little mini-pots they served in, or the amazing placemats that are actually tiles from the home improvement store....

Crab Boil - add baby artichokes, asparagus, chicken sausage & shrimp

Lowcountry Boil Recipe. Once called Frogmore Stew, this one-pot wonder was created by a National Guardsman when he needed to cook a meal for 100 soldiers. This seafood dish is a combination of shrimp, sausage, corn, and potatoes. Great for relaxing trips to the beach, it is also easy to create for a crowd.