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Seafood Supper with a Southern Twist

Life's a beach! Although you may not be able to actually transport your dinner party to the ocean, you can create the ambiance of the beach for your guests. Scatter sand around a centerpiece décor of driftwood, shells and other beach treasures. Decorate your dining table with twinkle lights and candles. Crank up some beach music on the stereo. You can almost feel the ocean breeze! (Photography by Paul Nurnberg.)Shrimp Waldorf Salad The original Waldorf salad was created at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York in the late 1890's. It was considered the height of sophistication. This version features shrimp. 2 pounds medium shrimp, peeled and deveined ...

One Chicken, Two Recipes

Some days you just want comfort food. True comfort food for me usually consists of some form of chicken and a bunch of carbs. In eastern North Carolina, I grew up eating a lot of chicken and dumplings. My husband, Vince, who grew up in the Lowcountry ate a lot of chicken and rice. While I haven't been able to completely convert Vince to my taste for chicken and dumplings, I quickly learned to love the traditional South Carolina chicken perlo. This week, I decided to cook pearlo with a twist. With a whole chicken and only two diners, I was able to come up with two new chicken and rice entrees. Not just comforting, but also delicious!Greek Chicken and ...