File Original watercolor on paper by Nancy Ricker Rhett, "Frogmore Stew" is one Lowcountry dish with an unusual name that Pat Branning says residents should try to preserve. When Branning heard some now call the dish "Lowcountry Boil," she feels a sense of the area's culture is being lost. When she first heard of the dish, she said she wondered if the ingredients included frogs.
File Original watercolor on paper by Nancy Ricker Rhett, "Frogmore Stew" is one Lowcountry dish with an unusual name that Pat Branning says residents should try to preserve. When Branning heard some now call the dish "Lowcountry Boil," she feels a sense of the area's culture is being lost. When she first heard of the dish, she said she wondered if the ingredients included frogs. Special to the Packet and Gazette
File Original watercolor on paper by Nancy Ricker Rhett, "Frogmore Stew" is one Lowcountry dish with an unusual name that Pat Branning says residents should try to preserve. When Branning heard some now call the dish "Lowcountry Boil," she feels a sense of the area's culture is being lost. When she first heard of the dish, she said she wondered if the ingredients included frogs. Special to the Packet and Gazette

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