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The health and safety of our customers and staff members have always been priority for Gertrude’s Low Country Chef Services & Wings (GLCCSW). Our commitment since 2002 has been to practice safe food preparation with the most current training and all required certifications. As our local communities become effected by increased outbreaks of the Covid-19\Coronavirus, GLCCSW will continue safe food practices with the following:
All food preparation equipment and mobile kitchen vessels are cleaned using liquid chlorine, hand washing equipment is always available and is constantly used by GLCCSW staff, we only purchase fresh food from reparable food vendors, limited GLCCSW staff members will come in contact with food preparation, proper food storage is used with the correct holding temperatures, dedicated uniforms for food services are worn at all times by GLCCSW staff during all food services, use of head covers are used when food is being prepared or served, and the continuous use of non latex/ powder free gloves will be worn during all food preparation and services. Recently, GLCCSW has add the use of UV disinfection treatment for cleaning handheld credit card equipment.
Thank you for your trust in Gertrude’s Low Country Chef Services & Wings and supporting our commitment to safety.
May God continue to bless and protect us.
Chef Alan Marcus
Fresh local crispy wings mixed with the perfect sauces that are created using Chef Alan Marcus' special formulas for herbs and spices.
Chef Alan's delightful sweeter spicier caramelization of the "normal" buffalo wing sauce developed to the taste of the South.
A mild version of Chef Alan's famous Atlanta Hot Wing sauce.
Aged soy infused with fresh herbs and honey to give each wing a sticky texture and a light sweet flavor.
Dried garlic, scallions, and onions crushed and dehydrated into a mellow powder that is sprinkled heavy on each wing.
One of the most indigenous ingredients used in cooking recipes all over the world are hot chilies. Using the right concoction of these warm chilies combined with the perfect amount of sweetness makes the most gratifying wing sauce with a stunning bright color.
For decades my family has crafted the very best Bar B que sauces in the Carolinas. This 3rd generation version of the original recipe is the family’s blend of apple vinegar, mustard seed oil, and plenty of sweetened tomato paste. Be sure to order several bottles of “Uncle Albert’s Famous Homemade Bar B Que sauce.” through your local Walmart retailer and directly online from the manufacturing facility in Darlington “Home of the 500” SC.
This wonderful salt alternative was developed in Southern India using lemon zest, cracked black pepper, citric acid, and onion powder. This unique mixture of spices makes a solid foundation for the addition of my other sauces that can be added to Gertrude’s wings.
A thrilling, risky, seductive combination of the best Blue cheeses and Chef Alan Marcus’ famous “Atlanta Hot Wing Sauce” layered on top of hot crispy wings.
Family cooking techniques shared between the Carolinas and the islands of the Bahamas has allowed me to create a satisfying seasoning for chicken wings that captures the spirit of the islands of the Caribbean. This astounding sauce has a citric base, light soy coloring, a pinch of all spice, brown sugar, and a hint of Scottish bonnet pepper.
To include family members at gatherings that can’t eat seafood, we provide this traditional seaside seasoning on hot fresh delicious crispy wings. It's a buttery perfumed rub made of toasted celery seed, crushed Bay leaves, red peppers, and smoked paprika.
Any select blend of unique herbs and spices used to form a dry powder that adds flavor to a dish while its being prepared is called a Curry. The more diverse the blends of spices the better the Curry. Chef Alan Marcus uses this same principle to create an intricate orange curry that’s made from other wing recipes ingredients with a strong dried lime finish.
The same local fresh select wings that are prepared crispy with a light dish of blackened rub.
Hand sliced white potatoes, deep fried and sprinkled with Gertrude's French Fry seasonings.
The available extra sauces are:
Atlanta Mild Wing
Atlanta Hot Wing
Carolina Bar B Que
All drinks are developed by Chef Alan Marcus and his close friends using local ingredients
Filtered water, pure sugar cane syrup, sliced lemons, crushed sweet basil mixed and chilled until ice cold.
Menu subject to change based on ingredient availability
Long grain rice, steamed in a broth made of smoked bacon,
crushed red tomatoes, delicate herbs, yellow onions, and thinly diced green bell peppers.
Hot yellow grits covered in a thick brown gravy made of jumbo sized shrimp, smoked ham drippings, sweet onions, and seasonings.
A broth made of linked smoke sausage, chicken quarters, and spices that are used to steam a pot of long grain white rice.
Succulent lump blue crab sauté to enhance a rich cream sauce that’s teased with chives and topped with a drizzle of mozzarella.
Please inform the Lc Chef of food allergies or dietary concerns before placing orders.
Some of the South’s best cuisine is tucked away in the historic “low country” areas of the coastal Carolinas and Georgia. This region is rich with seafood, fresh meat, and a fusion of African, French, and English cultures. In the 70’s, my Great Grandmother Gertrude and Grandmother Hattie served some of the area’s best low country cooking at their upscale eatery in Little Rock, South Carolina. My experience in their kitchen inspired me to go to culinary school and continue the family tradition. Since 2002, I’ve used their handwritten recipes to bring authentic low country dishes to homes and events across Tampa Florida. Contact me to experience adventurous main courses, handcrafted sauces, and delicious desserts! “Enjoy an extraordinary meal with a trendy drink as I do the cooking!”
- Chef Alan Marcus
Check out this month's video of foods prepared in the Low Country!