Fripp Island; Come for the Local Food, Stay for the Real Estate
Fripp Island real estate is among the most booming markets in the country. Few other markets in the country could rival the affordable paradise smack in the heart of the Sunbelt. But the draw to the South Carolina barrier islands goes far beyond affordable property investments.
The South Carolina barrier islands are known for excellent local food recipes and ingredients. The freshest seafood combined with southern home cooking make for some true favorites, on not only the local, but national levels.
Low Country Boil
1 Tbsp Old Bay; 5 lbs Potatoes ; 3 (16 ounce) packages cooked kielbasa sausage; 8 ears fresh corn; 5lbs whole crab; 4lbs peeled shrimp
Boil large pot of water
Add Old Bay, potatoes and sliced sausage. Boil 10 minutes.
Add the chucked corn and chopped crab. Boil 5 minutes
Add shrimp. Boil another 4 minutes.
Drain and serve.
2 racks pork spareribs; 3C BBQ seasoning; 1/2C brown sugar; 1/3C lemon juice; 1/4C white vinegar; 1/4C apple cider vinegar; 1 tbsp Worcestershire sauce; 1/4C molasses; 2C mustard; 2 tsp minced garlic; 2 tsp salt; 1tsp black pepper; 1 ½ tsp red pepper flakes; 1/4 tsp cayenne pepper
Whisk together the brown sugar, lemon juice, white vinegar, cider vinegar, Worcestershire sauce, molasses and mustard.
Add to mixture garlic, salt, pepper, red pepper flakes and cayenne pepper.
Rub ribs liberally with barbeque seasoning, cover and cook until desired tenderness (around four hours).
Baste ribs with mixture liberally throughout final half hour.