My friends Mena and Henry Morgan down in Fairhope, Alabama, call it a "one-pot," but that may be a Gulf Coast thing. Similar dishes are called a "Low-country boil," a "Beaufort boil," or "Frogmore stew." There are probably as many variations on the name as there are on the recipe, but for the Morgans, what matters is super-fresh shrimp, a simple setup, and a festive atmosphere. The party happens on their dock overlooking Mobile Bay, and they try to do it when there's a nice breeze to keep the mosquitoes away. A pretty sunset is a bonus, as are the schooners that sometimes cross the Bay.