Frogmore is the name of a community in the middle of St. Helena Island and the birthplace of the infamous Frogmore Stew. Although there are many versions of this dish around, the name Frogmore Stew was coined in the 1960s by Richard Gay, one of the owners of Gay Fish Company, circa 1948, on St. Helena Island. Frogmore Stew became far more well-known after is was featured on the cover of Gourmet Magazine in the 1980s and is enjoyed by all, with this name, to this day. (Source: Eat Play Stay Beaufort)
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