Each year, thousands of coastal residents take to the water to cast shrimp nets and lay crab traps in an attempt to capture some of the sea’s rich bounty. Shrimping and crabbing, it seems, are virtually as old as the Lowcountry itself. Ever since native American tribes first harvested oysters from the rocky beds that [...]
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Among the recent crops planted on Daufuskie Island is Carolina Gold Rice- the finest rice in the world! Here’s a history lesson about this rice and a little about what makes it so special. Growing up in California, Glenn Roberts knew what was coming each time his South Carolina–born mother cooked up a purloo or [...]
Everyone knows it's more fun to drive a golf cart than to drive a real car. But even better is driving one down the dirt roads, through the cabbage palmettos, and under the dripping live oaks of a sparsely populated, mostly undeveloped Sea Island in search of history, art, deviled crabs and the beach. [...]