Youth Villages is looking forward to having Rock n' Dough at Soup Sunday this year!!!
i havent tried the cloud cakes yet, and i will, but those blue bird snacks do not compare to hostess quality at all. theyre disgusting.
I just bought a 1.75 ounce bag of moon pie coffee and with my one cup coffee maker, it has lasted 7 cups!! for $1.00. I'll just buy 5 bags for $5.00 since it is at my store in WV. It is really really good and look out other brands!
Checked out Bruno's tonight. We are very happy they came to Bartlett. I could eat the shrimp diablo every night.
If you've never eaten an original one from New Orleans ...... you really don't know what your missing. I have a good friend personally deliver 2 to me this week straight from the bakery in New Orleans...... there wonderful especially filled with Bavarian cream... YUM!
I am so glad to find authentic Northern Italian cuisine increasingly East of Memphis; Maccaroni Grill can only go so far in satisfying the hunger per la vera cucina italiana, and sometimes we need a break from cooking at home!
Our experiences at Cafe' Fontana have been excellent, and they score additional points for the delightful outdoor patio dining when the weather cooperates.
We very much look forward to Pasta Italia coming our way again - not having to drive to Collierville will be a blessing (and yet another C-ville Square's loss). I just hope that they can keep the prices a little lower this time around...
This place is GREAT! The owner even stayed open an extra 10 minutes to wait on me to get there to pick up my order last Saturday. I got the Veggie Combo (extra injera, of course) and yep, OPTICAL ILLUSION! Huge portions. They don't hold back on the spices either, which is very appreciated in this corner. The owner--Mohammed Zenub-- is very personable, cheery and he asked if I had heard of Derae from "Bianca or Kerry?" Yep, hip white girl alert! I will be back tomorrow to try the Hanid.
In Memphis, it is all about that Peanut Butter Pie at Hog & Hominy. Outside of Memphis, it is any pie at Mary's Pie Shop in DeValls Bluff, AR.
Well, cdel, now you have your opportunity! Muddy's is open until 9PM this evening and I am certain they'd love to accept your money for some of their delicious baked goods. You will not be sorry, but you still might have to wait in a line to pay. Enjoy!
Memphians will wait in some seriously long lines for free anything.
Personally, I'd rather just pay for something.
I just got back from ordering takeout at this place and the smell of the BBQ in there is amazing! I ordered a spicy Italian and it was so big and delicious that I could only eat one half. Once I saw that they have brisket, I'll most definitely be back this weekend with my husband.
I ordered my first box and can't wait to start. BUT, the article is misleading... "Monday with five meals and ingredients for five superfood smoothies for $120 per week." That is not true. I received no smoothies in my box and was looking forward to trying them out.
Larry's Pizza, a relatively new restaurant at Quince & Kirby, serves a mac and cheese pizza.
This sounds wonderful. Going to have to make a stop by there one day for lunch.
Definitely an optical illusion - very big portions all around!
What, no dry white toast? No whole fried chickens?
Does the "quite extensive" menu include Baloney Boats, perchance?
this stuff is awesome, nectar of the gods - better than sex and free parking downtown.
I saw the headline "Drink Up", and promptly began a 36-hour Irish Car Bomb bender. Stupid me. If I'd read the whole article beforehand, I'd have made a batch of Lebowski Shakes instead.
OMG! what a great find! for months i have been toying with the idea to just stop drinking milk all together with all the bad things I've heard has been done to it before it gets to my glass, not to mention how down hill the taste has been getting as time goes on. Reluctantly i moved to Memphis and started getting familiar with the local stores around my area... i walked into the Easy way and saw the glass bottles. color me excited! less than a day before i was talking to my husband about wanting to find a more natural small farm milk... and that i did! We purchased whole milk, chocolate, and strawberry. The deposit was $2 for each bottle but still well worth it. I forgot how the fat separated, my husband was taken back by it when he went to pour and nothing came out. that's when i told him he has to spoon it out. Each flavor was a party in our mouths and like everyone has been saying before u know the bottle is half empty or better yet between my husband, two girls, and myself they were pretty much empty. there is no way i am going back to any other milk. I love the fact that i have to go back every week to get fresh milk because simply the faster time it takes to spoil the better it is for you...
By Louis Goggans
download this issue
click here to see more »