Charleston 4-H’ers Ian Adams, Lydia Potter and Joey Camarota are bringing South Carolina culture and tradition when they use Carolina Gold Rice to cook their Limpin’ Susan dish during the Great American Seafood Cookoff in New Orleans in August. Shown with the winning team is Betty Osgood, a 4-H volunteer from Charleston County.

Charleston 4-H’ers Ian Adams, Lydia Potter and Joey Camarota are bringing South Carolina culture and tradition when they use Carolina Gold Rice to cook their Limpin’ Susan dish during the Great American Seafood Cookoff in New Orleans in August. Shown with the winning team is Betty Osgood, a 4-H volunteer from Charleston County.