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"A Lowcountry Boil is a uniquely Southern recipe. More specifically, it’s a uniquely Carolina recipe. It shares many similarities with a Louisiana Crawfish Boil, but the Carolina version uses shrimp instead of crawfish. In addition to the peel-and-eat shrimp, a traditional Lowcountry Boil also includes red potatoes, sausage and corn. One of the more unique aspects of this meal is that it is served family style. By family style, I mean all of the food is dumped in the center of an outside table. Everyone gathers around and eats until 1) all of the food is gone or (more likely) 2) everyone is stuffed."
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