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The Global Kitchen's Recipe of the Day

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"I am not sure of the origin of this recipe; it is a cross between a casserole and a stew: chock full of chicken, sausage, rice and onion. A really good cold weather comfort food. When you're feeling 'bogged' down, make Chicken Bog to cheer up! Note: This recipe is what is called 'low country cooking.' It is a term used in the coastal regions of South Carolina. Chicken Bog is even served at local restaurants in South Carolina along with other local favorites." Yield: 6 servings.


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