Recipe for a taste of the Carolina Lowcountry, fried okra. Note: Gullah is the name for the African-American culture of the Carolina Lowcountry—the region in and around Charleston and the coastal islands. Traditional Gullah cooking uses a special spice blend, similar to Cajun seasoning. It can also be used to season meat, fish, or omelets. (Recipe adapted from Gullah Cuisine, by Charlotte) Jenkins and William Baldwin
Serve this fruity, nutty chicken salad with assorted crackers and grapes for a filling lunch or a delicious brunch. The recipe was inspired by a favorite dish served at the former Sweetbriar restaurant in Gadsden, Alabama.