Low Country Boil

Ingredients:

2 TBSP Potlatch Seasoning
(Williams Sonoma is great!)
2 teaspoons salt
2 quarts water
2 bottles/cans lager beer
(12 ounce size)
4 Large red potatoes,
scrubbed, rinsed & quartered
4 ears fresh corn, shucked
and cut in half
1 pound large shrimp in shells
1 pound Littleneck Clams, soaked for 10 minutes in
cold water, rinsed & drained
1/2 pound Mussels, soaked in
cold water, de-bearded, rinsed
and drained

Directions:
In an soup pot or dutch oven, bring Potlatch seasoning, salt, water and beer to boil on high heat. Add potatoes. Cook 13 minutes.
Add corn. Continue to cook 7 minutes. Add seafood. Cook 4 minutes or until the majority of clam & mussel shells open up (any shellfish that don’t open,
always discard).
Drain and, in low country tradition, dump contents in the center of a paper-covered picnic table (or into a few big serving bowls, if you prefer.) Sprinkle additional Potlatch over the top and have at it… YUM

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