This Low Country comfort food is surprisingly light as it is made with shrimp rather than heavier stewing meat like ox cheek, and relies on a multitude of vegetables. Just one small serving makes a great appetizer.
Get your creative juice going by making a pattern that appeals to the eye and use a variety of vegetables to get a range of colour (plus kids love joining in)!
Lingering sunshine means lighter fare. Indulge in chilled wine, the perfect accompaniment to crab salad and toast slathered with compound butter.
Some classics never go out of style, like this light, yeasted cake – soaked in a rum syrup with a dash of vanilla, orange juice and zest.
A crumbly pâte sablée, a delicate almond cream all topped with wine-soaked pears, what could be better?