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Re:2013 Roadfood Bus Tour Memphis/Arkansas 2013/11/20 23:11:58 (permalink)
Glenn,
 
During you road trip, make sure you stop in De Valls Bluff, AR at one or both of the pie places mentioned in this trip report.  Your taste buds will not be disappointed!  Everyone on the bus tour loved the pies we ate in that town.  Southern CA to VA huh?  This sounds like an epic drive.  Have a safe trip.
 
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Re:2013 Roadfood Bus Tour Memphis/Arkansas 2013/11/20 23:18:42 (permalink)


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CTD at the National Cheese Dip Championships :-)
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Re:2013 Roadfood Bus Tour Memphis/Arkansas 2013/11/21 00:13:04 (permalink)
My Trip Favorites
 
Cozy Corner: Ribs
Ms. Lena's: Apricot Fried Pie
Ed/Kay's: Peanut Butter Cream Pie
McClard's: Tamale Spread - magic!
 

 
Atmosphere - Rendezvous - Could imagine Mitch McDeere (Grisham's 'The Firm') stopping by for lunch or a drink.
 

 
Nice to see some familiar faces and make some new friends.  It was a blast!
 
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Re:2013 Roadfood Bus Tour Memphis/Arkansas 2013/11/21 01:41:00 (permalink)
ChiBears15-
Nicely done with the photo!  What exactly is CTD doing there?  Whatever it is Johnny doesn't seem all that concerned.
 
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Beautiful shot of the ribs and tamale spread at McClard's!
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Re:2013 Roadfood Bus Tour Memphis/Arkansas 2013/11/21 06:13:28 (permalink)
A big thank you to Jane and Michael Stern and Stephen Rushmore

(seen here with bus driver Chester) for the work they put in organizing this tour.  This was the ninth tour for Cousin Johnny and I and there can be no doubt that this was the best one, yet! 
 
Some random thoughts:
 
* I always hope the tours sell out, because it really is the more the merrier.  The fact that this tour did not, helped logistically as we were able to get in and out of restaurants quickly.  And even though the bus was big and comfortable, it allowed people to stretch out and have more room.  On the drive from Doe's back to Memphis, I went to one of the empty seats in the back and caught a quick nap!
 
* I always feel like I am missing out on some of the social part of the tour, because of time spent trying to get the perfect photos.  One of these years, I am going to leave my camera at home and see if it makes for an even better experience.
 
* As much as we enjoyed all the people who were on this tour, couples Bruce & Sue, Ralph & Lori and Lee & Barbara from Oklahoma City were all greatly missed. 
 
* Much credit goes to the people who come on these tours by themselves.  It has to be a little intimidating to join a group that mostly seems to already know each other, but everybody fit right in immediately.  It really is a very welcoming group of people.
 
* The only competition for best tour in my mind was 2009 in Buffalo/Rochester.  Tour veterans may remember that it included the outstanding surprise side trip to a Cornell chicken dinner and ended with a marriage proposal.  No proposals on this tour, but I have a feeling that if ChiTownDiner took a slice of Ed & Kay's French raisin pie to go, he may have been ready to pop the question!
 
* There was a lot of talk about where to go next year and they all sounded good, but here is one vote for someplace on the West Coast.    
post edited by buffetbuster - 2013/11/21 07:37:32
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Re:2013 Roadfood Bus Tour Memphis/Arkansas 2013/11/21 08:17:54 (permalink)
Cliff, and your supporting writing and photographing companions,  Thank You for a great report. We have visited many of the places you folks covered, and brought back several fine memories with your UPDATE !!
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Re:2013 Roadfood Bus Tour Memphis/Arkansas 2013/11/21 12:43:18 (permalink)
What did CTD do?! Lose a contact lens or something?
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Re:2013 Roadfood Bus Tour Memphis/Arkansas 2013/11/21 13:06:41 (permalink)
As you can see...
 

 
...it's a relatively small menu....but this one packs a wallop in every item!  Literally, each item is a keeper!
 
We started with the tamales....
 

 
...which look like this...
 

 
...once you unwrap, cut and sauce them!  Really good!
 
I fell in love, if that's possible with the fried shrimp!
 

 
Light, crunchy and absolutely no grease...several platters of these passed my way, each load appropriately lightened!  I must have had 25 of these bad boys!
 
My dining companion buffetbuster went the other way...
 

 
He really pounded the grilled shrimp which had a scampi-style garlic and butter glaze which pooled nicely in the bowl!  This proved a winning combination when coupled with the garlicky Texas toast!
 
A perfectly acceptable salmon came out...
 

 
...with each piece capable of feeding 12 grown iron workers!
 
But the star of the show was the steaks, and we had several cuts served across the room and prepared at every temperature all the way down to rare!!!
 

 

 

 

 
My medium rare selections were perfect! 
 
This was and is a highlight stop on any trip or visit to Little Rock!  Next up, my picks for best in show!
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Re:2013 Roadfood Bus Tour Memphis/Arkansas 2013/11/21 13:11:25 (permalink)
My chocies for best in show...on the tour...
 
Best BBQ - Cozy Corner
Best Pie - Ms. Lena's Pie Shop
Overall Best - Doe's Eat Place
 
After we finish the last day, I'll share my best of the trip list which has a few wrinkles!
 
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Re:2013 Roadfood Bus Tour Memphis/Arkansas 2013/11/21 13:16:53 (permalink)
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What did CTD do?! Lose a contact lens or something?

 
It does look pretty funny...but the cheese dip had obviously (to us) been microwaved and was smoking hot on the plate.  I was in injury prevention mode as I knew the road ahead!  
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Re:2013 Roadfood Bus Tour Memphis/Arkansas 2013/11/21 14:43:03 (permalink)
Now that you've explained what you were doing, I can see that your lips were pursed slightly in order to blow on it. Before, it just looked like you were taking a very close look at it!
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Re:2013 Roadfood Bus Tour Memphis/Arkansas 2013/11/21 14:47:39 (permalink)
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Glenn,

During you road trip, make sure you stop in De Valls Bluff, AR at one or both of the pie places mentioned in this trip report.  Your taste buds will not be disappointed!  Everyone on the bus tour loved the pies we ate in that town.  Southern CA to VA huh?  This sounds like an epic drive.  Have a safe trip.

-Danny

 
It looks like De Valls Bluff is quite close to I-40, so it should be easy to hit up.  
 
The SoCal to VA trip will be quite a drive. The main purpose of the trip is not for RoadFood, but we'll be sure to stop in at a good number of them along the way.  Thanks for the heads up on De Valls Bluff. 
 
 
Glenn 

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Re:2013 Roadfood Bus Tour Memphis/Arkansas 2013/11/21 14:59:35 (permalink)
Remember  Ms. Len's is only open on Friday and Saturday and Family Pie Shop has slightly irregular hours also. 
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Re:2013 Roadfood Bus Tour Memphis/Arkansas 2013/11/21 18:53:07 (permalink)
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mlm

What did CTD do?! Lose a contact lens or something?


It does look pretty funny...but the cheese dip had obviously (to us) been microwaved and was smoking hot on the plate.  I was in injury prevention mode as I knew the road ahead!  

 
For a moment there I thought he was a rock star and was going to try and SNORT the cheese dip, I mean if Ozzy can SNORT a line of live ants, CTD should be able to SNORT a bowl of cheese dip.

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Re:2013 Roadfood Bus Tour Memphis/Arkansas 2013/11/21 18:56:34 (permalink)
Tried that....the pimento kept making me sneeze.
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Re:2013 Roadfood Bus Tour Memphis/Arkansas 2013/11/21 19:08:16 (permalink)
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Tried that....the pimento kept making me sneeze.

And with that there's red wine sprayed all over the keyboard. Thanks Pal.
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Re:2013 Roadfood Bus Tour Memphis/Arkansas 2013/11/21 19:33:35 (permalink)
Cousin Johnny had an early morning flight the day after the tour and hitched a ride to the airport with Chris and Amy.  While waiting in the lobby of the hotel, we saw quite a few other Roadfooders leaving and it was nice to be able to say goodbye.  As for CTD and I, we still had most of the day in Memphis to do as we please.  And it pleases us to have two breakfasts!
 
First up was Barksdale Restaurant, my personal favorite in Memphis.  Barksdale

is a humble place with booths lining the walls and tables in the middle. 

Much of the decoration involves the University of Tennessee and other SEC schools.  The menu is exactly what you would expect in a Southern restaurant and the service is friendly and mothering. 
 
Knowing we had another stop to make immediately after, I didn't get my usual order of country ham, with red eye gravy.  Instead it was simply an order of biscuits and gravy. 

The gravy was a little thinner and less seasoned with pepper than I remember, but the light, airy biscuits

were still excellent.  CTD is a big fan of omelets

and this is what he ordered, though he will have to fill you in on what kind.
 
My favorite decoration is a painting of the owner

which makes him look like a werewolf and says "Eat or we both go hungry"
 
Barksdale Restaurant
237 S. Cooper Street
Memphis, TN
901-722-2193
 
Breakfast number two coming up! 
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Re:2013 Roadfood Bus Tour Memphis/Arkansas 2013/11/21 19:41:14 (permalink)
You guys...lol. OMG, what a mental picture! I just had a horrible idea. Imagine snorting chile con queso!" />
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Re:2013 Roadfood Bus Tour Memphis/Arkansas 2013/11/21 20:05:03 (permalink)
How, on God's green Earth, could you not order the country ham and redeye gravy when you had the opportunity? It's not as if you can find it in Western Pennsylvania. And don't give me that "I had to think about my next meal" excuse.
 
On the other hand, those biscuits do look good.
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Re:2013 Roadfood Bus Tour Memphis/Arkansas 2013/11/21 20:18:03 (permalink)
Sorry this is late, but better late than never!  I flew out of O'Hare airport Thursday morning and landed in Memphis around 9:30 am.  This was going to be my first Roadfood bus tour and my first visit to Memphis. Naturally, I was a bit nervous about now knowing anyone in the group.
 

Mem 1 by dnowak15, on Flickr
 
I snapped the pic above from the airplane.  If you look closely, you can see downtown Memphis, the Mississippi River, and the Great American Pyramid.
 
I took a cab to my hotel in the downtown area, dropped off my stuff, and immediately began looking at my breakfast options.  I ended up picking the famous Arcade Restaurant in order to finally try the Elvis Sandwich (fried peanut butter and banana).  The lady at the hotel said I could take the Main St. trolley south, but after finding out that it was only about a mile away, I began walking to my breakfast destination. 
 
I quickly realized that Memphis, despite being a city full of great food and rich history, is struggling big time.  South Main St. is full of abandoned store fronts and homeless folks.  I probably would not recommend walking around this area after dark.  Here are some images of South Main St. 
 

Mem 2 by dnowak15, on Flickr
 

Mem 3 by dnowak15, on Flickr
 

Mem 4 by dnowak15, on Flickr
 
 
I also visited the National Civil Rights Museum, where Dr. MLK was killed. 
 

Mem 5 by dnowak15, on Flickr
 
Here is the balcony where he was standing when he was shot by James Earl Ray.
 

Mem 10 by dnowak15, on Flickr
 
And then there is this woman who I spoke with for about five minutes. 
 

Mem 6 by dnowak15, on Flickr
 
She believes that the murder of Dr. King was a conspiracy and that James Earl Ray did not do it.  She is also angry at the gentrification occurring around the National Civil Rights Museum.  LOL she even mentioned Central BBQ (which is right across the street) as part of the gentrification problem!  I disagree.  A vibrant bbq joint like Central creates jobs and makes an area look better. 
 
Finally, I made it to the Arcade Restaurant for breakfast.  It is located right across the street from the Memphis Amtrak station. 
 

Mem 7 by dnowak15, on Flickr
 

Mem 8 by dnowak15, on Flickr
 

Mem 9 by dnowak15, on Flickr
 
The sandwich was absolutely delicious.  An awesome beginning to my Memphis trip.  Much more to come...
 
 
 
 
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Re:2013 Roadfood Bus Tour Memphis/Arkansas 2013/11/21 21:04:20 (permalink)
Great start. I'm looking forward to more.
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Re:2013 Roadfood Bus Tour Memphis/Arkansas 2013/11/21 21:24:25 (permalink)
I already knew where I was going to go for lunch because of another thread on this website.  At this point, the ChiTownDiner already wrote about his visit to Alcenia's and I was impressed with what he had to say about the place.  I began walking north from the Arcade Restaurant toward Mud Island River Park.  I had to burn off some of my breakfast to get my appetite back.
 
This is me on the Mississippi Riverwalk.
 

Mem 11 by dnowak15, on Flickr
 

Mem 12 by dnowak15, on Flickr
 

Mem 13 by dnowak15, on Flickr
 
You can either walk to Mud Island River Park over a bridge or for a small price you can take the monorail over.  I took the monorail. 
 
 
Mem 14 by dnowak15, on Flickr
 
The island is home to the Mississippi River Museum and a very cool replica of the river that is engraved into the ground. 
 

Mem 17 by dnowak15, on Flickr
 

Mem 15 by dnowak15, on Flickr
 

Mem 16 by dnowak15, on Flickr
 
The park is actually quite large.  The weather on this day in Memphis was perfect for autumn.  Sunny with a cool breeze.  You get excellent views of the river and downtown Memphis from here.  I told myself that I would return to this place on Sunday after the tour since I would have the entire day to myself. 
 
After walking around for roughly two hours, my appetite was back with a vengeance and I was ready to do damage at Alcenia's soul food cafe.  It took me 25 minutes to walk to the restaurant from the park. 
 
 
Mem 18 by dnowak15, on Flickr
 

Mem 19 by dnowak15, on Flickr
 

Mem 20 by dnowak15, on Flickr
 

Mem 21 by dnowak15, on Flickr
 
I was told by BuffetBuster to expect a hug from the owner of Alcenia's while walking in, but I received a kiss on the head instead!  What a sweet lady.  My waiter, CJ, was a very polite young man who always called me "sir."  I ordered the fried catfish, collard greens, mac n cheese, and candied yams. 
 
  
Mem 22 by dnowak15, on Flickr
 
 
Mem 23 by dnowak15, on Flickr
 
The wait time for the food here was about 50 minutes.  I might have been upset by this if I was not on vacation.  Therefore, do not go here for a quick lunch.  Regardless of the long wait time, the meal was a knockout!  Wow! Just, wow!  Everything was fresh and tasted great.  CTD said to save room for dessert here, but I was too full to order any.  Plus, the candied yams were basically a substitute for any pie. 
 
After eating lunch here, I walked back to my hotel and relaxed.  The next meal up was dinner with the Roadfood crew at Rendezvous.  Much more to come...
 
-Danny 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Re:2013 Roadfood Bus Tour Memphis/Arkansas 2013/11/21 21:32:57 (permalink)
Wow Danny!  Look at you go!  Did you like the collards?
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Re:2013 Roadfood Bus Tour Memphis/Arkansas 2013/11/21 21:43:46 (permalink)
will_work_4_bbq,
 
The collards had the perfect porky flavor!  I loved'em.  There was even a big fat piece of meat under all those collards in the photo lol. 
 
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Re:2013 Roadfood Bus Tour Memphis/Arkansas 2013/11/21 21:57:59 (permalink)
Danny - In what world do you live that candied yams are ANY substitue for PIE???????? 
 
We will get you trained one of these days!
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Re:2013 Roadfood Bus Tour Memphis/Arkansas 2013/11/21 21:58:31 (permalink)
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Remember  Ms. Len's is only open on Friday and Saturday and Family Pie Shop has slightly irregular hours also. 

 
Thanks for the heads up.  Tentatively .... very tentatively, as we are somewhat flexible .... we'll be near Little Rock and Memphis on a Tues and/or  Wed..  But, who knows ...maybe I'll drive extra slowly!  
 
Glenn
 
 
post edited by Glenn1234 - 2013/11/21 22:13:04
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Re:2013 Roadfood Bus Tour Memphis/Arkansas 2013/11/22 00:24:30 (permalink)
Way to go ChiBears15!  The photos are superb!  I sure hope that you continue to do trip reports after this and maybe even send in some reviews.
 
Any idea why your food came out in a styrofoam container instead of plates?  And that's great that you received a kiss instead of a hug!
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Re:2013 Roadfood Bus Tour Memphis/Arkansas 2013/11/22 00:55:42 (permalink)
ChiTownDiner did some research before the trip and the breakfast spot he really wanted to visit was called Brother Juniper'sI was previously familiar with this because I had been to a wonderful breakfast spot in San Francisco called Brother Juniper's that was run by real monks and the proceeds went to their living expenses and various charities.  Anyone else remember the Brother Juniper's in SF?  Also, the location here in Memphis

is right by the University of Memphis bookstore, so I have past and seen big crowds waiting outside.
 
So, we decided to get there when they first open at 8:00AM.  We were greeted by a line outside waiting for the doors to open.  The waiting area is spacious with a few tables and they have some monk themed decorations. 


There are two separate dining rooms and we were sat in the one furthest back next to a window, which is always good for taking photos.
 
Unlike the Barksdale, which seems to appeal to an older blue collar customer base, Brother Juniper's patrons are younger and wealthier.  The menu is definitely larger and more eclectic.  Our pretty blonde waitress ended up being originally from the Indiana suburbs of Chicago, so her and CTD had lots to talk about.  She gave some great advice on the menu and we zeroed in on the open face omelet portion

of the menu.  Hey, if it's good enough for Rachel Ray, it's good enough.....   oh never mind! 
 
My order was the San Diegan,

which starts with a layer of sour cream and home fries and tops with tomatoes, green onions, bacon, feta and cheddar cheese, plus sautéed portabella mushrooms.  All of this on an open three egg omelet.  This was a really nice mixture of different flavors and textures, with the grilled mushrooms being the star of the dish.  Good cheesy grits on the side, too.  Unfortunately, the biscuit seemed mass produced and wasn't in the ballpark with the ones we had just eaten at Barksdale Restaurant.
 
CTD will have to chime in with what he had for breakfast as I have no photo.
 
We liked Brother Juniper's just fine, but the Roadfooder in me prefers the more traditional Barksdale.  Still, I would not hesitate to go back to Brother Juniper's.
 
Brother Juniper's
3519 Walker Avenue
Memphis, TN
901-324-0144
 
From there, we tried to take a tour of Sun Studio,

but the time wouldn't have worked out, since we had lunch plans at 11:00.  So we just checked out the gift shop, where CTD bought a CD and I grabbed a t-shirt.  
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Re:2013 Roadfood Bus Tour Memphis/Arkansas 2013/11/22 06:46:35 (permalink)
Glenn...  We call the Family Pie Shop two days before we drove thru DuValls Bluff on a hunting trip a couple of years ago. We order three pies to be ready for pick up early in the morning two days later.... and they were.  Consider calling ahead to be sure pies are ready...
Here is my grandson and his other grandpa at 5:30 am picking up our pies at the Family Pie Store...

 

 
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Re:2013 Roadfood Bus Tour Memphis/Arkansas 2013/11/22 07:15:00 (permalink)
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ChiTownDiner

Remember  Ms. Len's is only open on Friday and Saturday and Family Pie Shop has slightly irregular hours also. 


Thanks for the heads up.  Tentatively .... very tentatively, as we are somewhat flexible .... we'll be near Little Rock and Memphis on a Tues and/or  Wed..  But, who knows ...maybe I'll drive extra slowly!  

Glenn
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