Also called Frogmore stew, Tidewater Boil, or Beaufort boil, the low country boil is a South Carolina born tradition that is popular wherever there is a love of seafood.
This blend is also great on vegetables, particularly roasted vegetables. Try it with carrots, eggplant, zucchini, sweet potatoes, mushrooms, or on French fries. You could even stir a tablespoon in with 8 ounces of sour cream and make a delicious dip for potato chips. It’s great with soups, stews, and in pasta sauces as well!
Hand blended with sea salt, yellow mustard, black pepper, allspice, celery, coriander, lemon juice powder, ginger, red pepper flakes, clove, dill seed, thyme, nutmeg, mace, cardamom, white pepper, and bay leaves.