Cuisine of South Carolina's Lowcountry
South Carolina's Lowcountry has a wonderful and unique cuisine. The rich history of the state and the region has created the delicious dishes found throughout the state. Here are a few for everyone to try cooking in their own home.
Pulled Pork Sandwiches with Eastern Carolina BBQ Sauce
Signature Carolina barbecue is slow cooked & smoked pork, dry rubbed and finished with a tangy slightly spicy vinegar based sauce. You can use a slow cooker to start the pork - just make sure to finish it over a wood fire or grill with wood chips for that smokey flavor.
The best plan is to begin prep at least the night before to season you meat and let it sit refrigerated overnight + prepare the sauce so flavors will develop and come together.
You will have left over sauce that can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 2 months. This is also great over grilled chicken or pork tenderloin. See Recipe.
Rainbow Trout and Jolly Rancher Vodka
Rainbow trout is a delicious spring cooking treat. It posses a great opportunity to enjoy fishing and a great cuisine to enjoy. Here is a great way to enjoy freshly caught trout. In addition, you can try making some homemade Jolly Rancher Vodka to accompany your delicious dish.
Classic Southern Seafood Shack Recipes
Nothing says summer like beach vacations, coastal drives and the classic funky fish and seafood shacks that line the coast. Here are some of our favorite classic southern seafood recipes.
More S'more Ooey Gooey Goodness
Each summer children everywhere start to look forward to the delicious treat of making S'Mores over the flames of a bonfire. Here are a few variations on the classic S'More. Next time your family starts a nice big bonfire, try a few of these recipes.