Low country is what people call the areas including Savannah, GA, Beaufort and Hilton Head Island, both in South Carolina, all the way up to Charleston. No mountains or hills, just flat (and low) marshes and beaches. During the holidays I got my fill of real BBQ, shrimp and girts and other seafood that low country is known for. The wild Georgia shrimp are so fresh and sweet. Had a standout meal at a fairly new restaurant in Bluffton, South Carolina. Bluffton used to be the speed trap on the way from Atlanta to Hilton Head. Now Bluffton’s becoming a place you want to visit, with local artisan shops and restaurants. If you go, be sure to check out the May River Grill. Panko-crusted fried local oysters, fluffy biscuits served with onion butter – yum! And crab cakes stuffed full of the local blue crab and hardly any filler. The special that day was a parmesan crusted Walleye which was moist and flaky and cooked just right.