Tacos and doughnuts have their place, but the Lowcountry needs a food truck that exemplifies the area's own flavor. Enter Geechee Island. The sweet potato casserole, practically a dessert, rivals anything you'd find on a Thanksgiving table, and the shrimp and okra purloo, a traditional Lowcountry rice dish, makes a good side. They also have wings prepared in different sauces, like lemon pepper and honey mustard, but try their own Geechee Island flavor. It's sweet and sour and has just a bit of spice, and requires some extra napkins. And if you really need a taco fix, sometimes they've got those, too. —Susan Cohen, Dish (Summer 2012)

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