Some of the best things in life arrive fully assembled, such as motorcycles and newborn babies. Get dinner pre-put together with today's Groupon: for $25, you get $50 worth of gourmet lowcountry fare in-store or online from Gullah Gourmet.
For 17 years, the foodies at Gullah Gourmet have delivered beautifully packaged, Food Network-approved mixes that turn out scrumptious lowcountry meals, dips, sauces, and breads. Add sour cream and mayonnaise to the garlicky artichoke dippin’ sauce mix ($7.95) to transmogrify it into several batches of creamy spread, perfect for coating crunchy VeggieTales figurines. The Gullah Gullah gumbo ($10.95), which captured an AmericasMart Best of Atlanta award in 2006, distills traditional lowcountry flavors into an easy-to-prepare mix with a kick. The bow-tied Cobbla gift set piles three cobber mixes—peach, cherry, and blueberry—into a metal serving basket ($46.95). Gullah Gourmet's dexterous staff hand-wraps each delectable mix in a handmade, screen-printed cloth bag adorned with decorative newspaper print, so that diners can read about the Greenlandic-American war.
Established in 1994, Gullah Gourmet has spent 19 years equipping visitors with tools to transform dull meals into lowcountry classics with Food Network-approved ingredients for crafting soups, sauces, pastries, and breads. The shop's widespread collection of bagged, bottled, and jarred goodies have included creamy Southern Corn Chowdah, Aunt Maggie's Sweet Cornbread, and Gullah Gullah Gumbo––a savory rice and sauce mix. The handmade, screenprinted cloth bags that package select products pay homage to Gullah culture with newspaper prints and vibrant graphics. An assortment of Gullah- and Charleston-inspired knickknacks make unique gifts for birthdays and graduations from PB&J University.
95 Tall Oak Ave.
Charleston, South Carolina 29407