Sunday, August 26, 2007

Low Country Boil

Low Country Boil

Click on the above link and that is a very accurate description of what we had. It was DELICIOUS!
It was also very fun. They placed plastic over the dining room table and then newspaper on top of that and then just scooped everything out of the pot right into the middle of the table. I tell you I don't know why I've never been to one before. It seems like a great idea for a party!

The Boot Camp class is a class thru my gym. It's from 8-9 on Saturday's so it's not too hard to make it. I mean I dread setting the alarm for 7:30 on a Saturday morning but hey, that's still two hours longer than I get to sleep during the week.
The website to the place I work out is www.allaboutbodies.com.

Hope to post some more pics soon....

7 comments:

Andrea said...

The dish is quite popular in the Savannah/Charleston areas (thus the term "Low Country") so when we lived in Statesboro we had it all the time-we also went to a good many oyster roasts.

Caron said...

We have one every year and we look sooooo forward to it! We put king crab legs in ours... that is my FAVORITE part!!! I also like the corn. We cook it on the docks with about 6 other houseboats and we have a blast!

Anonymous said...

yum. i am all about that low country boil. and oh, that comment to a "chris" i had on my blog was for my neighbor chris. i don't know if you read that and was like, what the frick? so, it was a diffent chris! anyhoo, glad oyu had a great weekend and hope to see more pics soon! :)

Katy S. said...

OOHH that sounds so good. I love the spicy sausage in mine. I am HUNGRY now!!

Kimmie Kay said...

Wow, that looks so yummy! I am gonna show this to hubby and see about trying it here. :)

MBKimmy said...

When we cook that we call it Brunswick Stew ... Andy cooks it when we tailgate! Love it love it!

MBKimmy said...

Oh yeah and I forgot ... one of my friends just did boot camp ... she lost almost 40 lbs ... she did 2 cycles of it, but loved it!

Good luck and keep us posted on your progress!