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St. Helena Island, the Land of Gullah

DianeBrittonDunham - Gullah artist I like to call it one of the last frontiers - St. Helena Island the Land of Gullah. Biscuits, butter beans, and pecan pie are more than just shared recipes; they are the things that bind us together and…
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Lowcountry Crab Cakes

Shout hallelujah - it's time for Lowcountry Crab Cakes! Let the trumpets sound as we can once again enjoy the best blue crab from the waters of the South Carolina coast. It's hard to imagine the fun we had just this time last year.  Now that…
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Chicken Marsala for Dinner Tonight!

This Chicken Marsala in a deliciously creamy mushroom sauce that rivals any I've even been served in the finest restaurant.  It's super fast and easy to make at home. I was thrilled to find my bottle of Marsala wine so I took the mushrooms…
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Soft-Shell Crabs Are Here, Y'all!!!

You do not want to miss out on these darlings of the Lowcountry! Like most crustaceans, blue crabs outgrow their hard outer shells, then they shed them and begin growing a new one.  For a few hours, before it hardens, the new shell is soft,…
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Beaufort

The Jewel of the Lowcountry There is a place abounding in wildlife and natural beauty, with rivers, streams, marshes, and islands, where daily life revolves around the ebb and flow of the tides. Its a road less traveled into one of our country’s…
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Gracious Beginnings - Savannah

Weathered rolling pins, rustic wooden mixing bowls, floral dish towels faded and worn from years of use, an old recipe box with dozens of 3 x 5 cards in mother’s flowery script – welcome to the Southern kitchen! First and foremost, Savannah…
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Life in the South

Hunting for Dove For centuries, Southern boys have enjoyed glorious dove shoots when these small, migratory gray birds fly in. Springtime brings them to the Lowcountry on their way northward and fall brings them back south; they stop off here…
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Celebrate the South

Often Sunday afternoons had to do with driving down dirt roads with sleeping dogs, houses painted blue to ward off evil spirits, natives picking vine-ripened tomatoes in the vast fields of St. Helena Island and the sounds of Gullah hymns rising…