Don’t forget to keep exploring the list of “100 More Things to Eat in Memphis Before You Die,” which you can find online at gomemphis.com. Be sure to watch the videos to catch all the extras that weren’t in last week’s print edition.
There’s a lot going on, so let’s get to it.
CA food truck rodeo
If you joined us last year at the food truck rodeo in the parking lot of The Commercial Appeal, you know we had a great time. This year promises to be even better — at least twice as good, because we’re having two rodeos.
The fun is 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Oct. 4 and again Oct. 18. Keep an eye out for ads in The Commercial Appeal. The roster of trucks is still being finalized, but you can find it in our pages as soon as all the details are complete. Food! Fun! Music! Door prizes! And tips go to the United Way.
Gary Williams has opened the second location of DejaVu, his Creole, soul food and vegetarian restaurant, at 51 S. Main. If you’ve been to his tiny place on Florida or remember his food from the short time he had a place in Southeast Memphis, I know you’re excited too.
The new place, which has been extensively remodeled, is open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 11 a.m.-11 p.m. Friday and Saturday. The menu has been expanded, and Williams has applied for his liquor license. (Take your own adult beverages for the time being; no corkage fees.) He plans to serve a New Orleans-style Sunday brunch within a few weeks, an all-you-can-eat affair complete with live music. Call 901-505-0212 for more information.
Greencork, the first self-serve wine bar in town, is open at 2156 Young in Cooper-Young. Who says kids with frozen yogurt get to have all the fun?
At Greencork, you get a card, insert it in the magic wine dispensing machine, and purchase a 2-ounce, 4-ounce or 6-ounce pour of the wine of your choice (at present, there are 32 selections). It’s a great way to sample wine, and they’ve got a nice-looking menu too. Check it out at greencorkwine.com.
Greencork is open from 4 to 10 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday and 4-11 p.m. Friday and Saturday. The phone number is 901-207-5281.
The annual Samaritan Counseling Centers “Jazz, Pasta More!” is 5-8 p.m. Sunday at the Memphis Botanic Garden. Enjoy live music from the Rene Koopman Combo and pasta dishes from area restaurants, under the supervision of Cullen Kent of Café Society. Tickets are $65; call 901-729-3900, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
At 6 p.m. Friday, the Dixon Gallery and Gardens hosts a garden-to-table dinner prepared by Ryan Trimm, chef/owner of Sweet Grass, Next Door, and Southward Fare and Libations. Wines will be selected by Trimm and paired with each course. Tickets are $140 for Dixon Cosmopolitan members, $180 for guests. Call 901-761-5250 for more information.
Want something different from a wine dinner? Ruth’s Chris and Glazer’s Distributing are hosting a tequila dinner at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 4. Stephanie Scott with Dos Lunas Tequila will be the guest speaker. The five-course dinner is $79. Make reservations by calling 901-761-0055. Ruth’s Chris is at 6120 Poplar.
Andreas Kisler, executive chef at The Peabody, joins cookbook author Martha Foose for Bone Appetit, a benefit for Downtown Dogs Group, on Oct. 13 at the West Tennessee Farmers Market in Jackson. Chefs will showcase products from around the state, including Jack Daniel’s, The Short Mountain Distillery and Prichard’s Distillery, along with Yazoo Brewery, and Jackson’s own Century Farm Winery.
General seating tickets are $140; tables and half-tables are available. Call 731-393-9016 for more information.
Best Memphis Burger Fest winners
Hearty congratulations to the winners of this year’s Best Memphis Burger Fest. The grand champion is The Burger Deacons; U.S. Foods takes second prize; and Meat in the Middle came in third. See results for all categories at bestmemphisburger.com.
Recipe of the week
We’re certainly a meat-eating people here in the land of pork, but I bet that many of you are like me. I almost always eat meat or seafood at a restaurant, but I cook numerous meatless meals at home. We love veggie-packed salads, bean soups and, of course, simple vegetable plates. Israeli couscous and quinoa are popular grain choices at my house too. Here’s a new recipe that makes me feel vigorous just reading it, and it’s from a cookbook about Southern food trucks.
Contact Jennifer Biggs at 901-529-5229 or email@example.com. The Southern Tastes Facebook page is facebook.com/sotastes.
Barbecue, Cuban food and fried foods are just a taste of what attendees of Vandalia’s first Food Truck Rally can expect to try on Friday, according to Rich Hopkins, city spokesman.
This public event is being hosted by the Vandalia Community Farmers Market and will be held from 3 to 7 p.m. at Seger Park, located next to the Vandalia Senior Center at 21 Tionda Drive.
Some of the 10 food trucks scheduled to participate include El Meson, Dayton Urban BBQ, and Harvest Mobile Cuisine. Other event highlights include activities for children and live music by the 1 Plus 1 Duo featuring Tammy Powell.
Motorists should be aware that Perry Street will be closed from National Road to Tionda Drive for the event.
For more information, call Brenda Rex, 689-0847 or visit vandaliafarmersmarket.com.
The Jersey Shore Food Truck Wars returns to Monmouth Park this Saturday!
Trucktoberfest, the fall edition of the state’s premier food truck event, rolls into Monmouth Park with the usual delicious, dizzying array of four-wheel fare.
Morris Grilled Cheese and Bacon on Wheels will be back to defend their judges’ and peoples’ choice awards from the Memorial Day weekend event, and such popular trucks as Aroy-D, Cupcake Carnivale, Empanada Guy, French Quarter and Red Hook Lobster will offer high-end eats and compete for top honors.
Vote for your favorite food truck below; you can even select a write-in candidate!
Other participating trucks include Ahh! La Cart; Amanda Bananas; Dark Side of the Moo; El Lechon de Negron; Fork in the Road; Four Boys; Freezy Freeze; Hibachi Heaven; Jersey Johnny’s Grill; Kona Ice; Max’s Hot Dogs; The Outslider; Pizza Vita; the Surf Turf truck; Tony’s Italian Sausage, and Waffle de Lys.
There will be a German beer garden, and an oompah band will provide entertainment. All patrons wearing lederhosen receive free grandstand admission.
And the Munchmobile and its driver/reporter will be on hand; it’s never too early to drop off those applications for a ride on the Big Dog next summer!
Trucktoberfest will be held from noon to 5 p.m. Parking is $4; grandstand admission is $3. Children 12 and under are free.
Monmouth Park is located on Oceanport Avenue in Oceanport, just off Exit 105 of the Parkway. For more information, call (732) 222-5100 or visit monmouthpark.com.
A new food truck fashioned as a farmers market on wheels with grab-and-go items will make its debut at Saturdays Farm-to-Fork Festival. Sacatomatoes, the latest venture from the team behind the Wicked Wich truck and Broderick Roadhouse, is still fine-tuning the menu but were told itll be a mix of healthy, locally sourced foods and bags of farm-fresh ingredients.
We want to give people the option of buying a bag of fresh plums during their lunch break, said Matt Chong, one of the partners behind Sacatomatoes. In getting together and working with farmers for the Farm-to-Fork (festival), theres a huge potential for taking this idea on the road. A lot of the time the idea of eating farm fresh ingredients is limited to fine dining. We thought a food truck would be a great vehicle to deliver that kind of eating.
Chong said the Sacatomatoes truck will focus mainly on special events, but seeks to service lunch needs as well. Expect the menu and its offerings to change regularly, and its initial items will be announced soon.
Youre going to see fun things that havent made their way to the trucks out here, said Chong. Were not going to be dedicated to one style of dining. Its really about the ingredients.
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September 24, 2013 (LITTLE ROCK, Ark.)- Main Street enthusiasts will find the third Main Street Food Truck Festival scheduled for Saturday, October 5 the best one yet, say organizers. “Not only do we have an exciting festival planned, we are excited to show this year’s attendees the difference a year can make on Main Street!” said Sharon Priest, executive director of the Downtown Little Rock Partnership (DLRP).
Since the 2012 festival the former Blass Building, Mann on Main Building has opened, home to state offices, Bruno’s Italian Restaurant, and residents. The 500 block of Main Street is also completely under construction and will soon be home to the Arkansas Symphony, a theater education class space for the Arkansas Repertory Theatre, Ballet Arkansas, visual art studios and others.
The 2013 downtown Little Rock festival will span four city blocks offering street eats from 25 food trucks and food carts, craft selections from 25 Etsy Little Rock vendors, local bands and musicians, a Heifer International Children’s Plaza, street performers and three well stocked beer gardens selling the coldest brew in town!
Attendees can enjoy the festival activities from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Main Street will be blocked off from 3rd to 7th streets. Entrance to the festival is free. A television will be set up to catch any of the day’s sports activities and two radio stations will broadcast live-Heather Brown of Alice 107.7 and Broadway Joe of Power 92.3, each with live call-ins and giveaways.
Priest noted, “In an effort to make it easier for attendees and volunteers, we will not sell food and drink tickets this year.”
Downtown Little Rock Partnership organizers anticipate the festival to bring thousands of people to Main Street, a goal of its Main Street Revitalization Committee. The first year’s event brought 4,500 people and, while rain and thunderstorms disrupted the 2012 event, 2,700 loyal food truck fans still attended (in the rain). The committee, co-chaired by Mayor Mark Stodola and DLRP member Anne Laidlaw, has been meeting monthly for three years to guide plans for Main Street pertaining to streetscape, safety and incentives for use of existing structures.
“It’s amazing to me to see the people who love the city and who have gotten involved in plans for Main Street revitalization,” said Mayor Mark Stodola. “We all know that investment in Main Street is an investment in our future as a city.”
Raffle tickets will be sold for a special basket, “A Year of Fun in Downtown Little Rock,” and will include tickets to The Rep, VIP tour of Heifer, memberships to downtown museums, a prime downtown parking space for a year, VIP Riverfest tickets, free scoops of ice cream from Loblolly Ice Cream, a Junior League of Little Rock Holiday House Package for 2 Ladies Night Out and 2 3-day shopping passes, and much more!
For more Main Street Food Truck Festival information call 501-375-0121. Become a fan on Facebook of Main Street Food Truck Festival – Little Rock for updates, conversation and parking locations or go to www.downtownlr.com. Twitter hashtag for the event is #foodtrucksrock.
In addition to Downtown Little Rock Partnership and the Main Street Revitalization Committee, sponsors include Centennial Bank and City of Little Rock; Tall Grass Brewing Company Budweiser; Colliers International, Little Rock Convention Visitors Bureau, Little Rock Marriott, Moses Tucker Real Estate Company Doyle Rogers Company, Philander Smith College, Stone Ward, Bennett’s Military Supply, Central Arkansas Library System, Maduro’s Cigar Bar Lounge, Scott Reed Realty and Sync weekly magazine.
2013 Main Street Food Truck Festival Food Trucks
1. Bryant’s BBQ BBQ, catfish, funnel cakes
2. Banana Leaf Asian
3. Beats Concessions Fried fair food
4. Blackhound BBQ BBQ
5. Clyde and Kiddo’s BBQ, Burgers, deli sandwiches, salad
6. Eat My Catfish Catfish, funnel cakes
7. Fat Buoys Fish tacos
8. Food Commander Slaw burgers, hot dogs, catfish
9. Garrett’s Funnel Cakes Funnel Cakes, corn dogs, cotton candy, nachos more
10. Taqueria Jalisco Mexican
11. Green cuisine Vegan, veggie
12. Haygood’s BBQ BBQ, jalapeno poppers, frito pie
13. Hot Dog Mike Hot dogs
14. KBird S.E. Asian (Thai)
15. King Blvd Corn dogs, ribs, Philly steak, wings
16. Kona-Ice of WLR Shaved ice
17. Kristina’s Hawaiian Shave Ice Shaved ice
18. Le Pops Handmade popsicles
19. Loblolly Creamery Handmade Ice Cream
20. Mexicana Alicia Mexican tacos
21. New Old World Hungarian food, goulash
22. Red River Catering Catfish, BBQ, nachos
23. Sugar Shack Sweets Treats Desserts
24. The Southern Gourmasian Southern/Asian
25. Waffle Wagon Waffle and chicken
2013 Main Street Food Truck Festival Etsy Vendors
1. A Charmed Story
2. Bijou Booth
3. Beautiful Baltic Designs
4. Luvmibug and Tim
5. The Twisted Purl
6. Art by Lois
7. Urban and Proud
8. Allison Eastman Britt Design
9. Mindy’s In-Stitches
10. K. Green Goods
11. Orbiting Debris
12. The Crafty Fox
13. It’s Sew Jodie
15. E. Louise
17. Krystal Bijoux
18. Marokel Jewelry
19. Lark Bridges
21. My Heaven Creations
22. Garden Therapy
23. Wood Art Design For U
24. Ximena Elle
2013 Main Street Food Truck Festival Bands:
10:40- 11:15- Main Stage- Michael Pollock- Michael Pollock is a Little Rock native most known as the front man of the Little Rock punk rock band, Bad Years. Michael began doing solo shows recently, playing acoustic rock originals as well as covers by bands that have influenced him. Bands such as The Replacements, Jawbreaker, and local hometown rockers, The Big Cats. Michael’s band recently released a single on local record label, Max Recordings and is available on iTunes or vinyl.
11:30-12:15- Main Stage- Fire and Brimstone -Husband Wife write, sing play Reggae/Contemporary Mix. Brimstone is from Dominica and tours with 5 instruments. Fire, raised in L.A. began singing in high school later worked in music business. Now giggin’ with keyboards vocals.
12:30-1:15- Main Stage- Kirk Anderton and Quentin May- Kirk Anderton and Quentin May have a very diversified set of all acoustic cover music. Great harmonies and crowd interaction make their show entertaining for every crowd.
1:30-2:15- Main Stage- Monkhouse- Monkhouse draws from a deep well of Americana musical styles. Country Blues, rock, gospel, and traditional roots music all combine to form a hearty mix of Southern music that bathes in the waters of Memphis, Muscle Shoals, and the deep pinewood bottom-streams of lower Arkansas.
2:30-3:15- Main Stage-tba
3:30-4:15- Main Stage-tba
11:30-12:30- UnPlugged 7th and Main- Mister Morphis- As a One Man Band, he sings and whistles while playing the guitar, harmonica, and kazoo as well as the bass drum and
tambourine with his feet. His performances feature traditional and original folk, blues, country, and gospel music as well as seasonal selections.
1 p.m.- 4 p.m. – UnPlugged 7th and Main- Jack Bruno- of Bruno’s Little Italy writes all of his own music and plays acoustic guitar with an amp.
Centenninal Mobile Bank- complete with 2 ATM’s and TV- located at Capitol and Main
Heifer Village Children’s Plaza- East side of 400 Block
Life of a Tomato – A game of two tomatoes: they look a lot alike, but are they really? Trek the path of an industrially grown tomato and a locally grown tomato on its way to your dinner plate.
Heifer Harvest Twister -Living gifts such as livestock, seeds, trees and even bees can help families have better nutrition and a source of income…play the game to find out how!
Haiti fishing game–Grab a pole and learn how fish can help families become self-reliant
Creative Commitments – Create artwork that shows their commitment to helping Heifer International.
Create a bird feeder – Make a bird feeder to take home while learning how gifts of different birds can help families around the world.
Take Action Zone – Visitors will learn how they can take action to support families here at home and around the world through Heifer International’s work to end hunger and poverty.
Three Beer Gardens- Tall Grass and Budweiser and The Rep- will have Gluten-free beer as well
Non-alcoholic beverages and water stations in every block
Maduro’s Outdoor Cigar Lounge-4th and Main and Salsa dancing
ReCreation Studios- Providing street performers and offering Family Hula Hoop and Yoga seminars throughout the day at 6th and Main
His Tamale Spaceship, launched in Jan 2011, was a third lorry in a city. After a year of hustling adult to twelve hours a day, he pushed a business into a black. The Tamale Spaceship has been named best food lorry in a city by a Chicago Reader and Chicago Magazine. More than 70 percent of his business are regulars.
On a face of it, Hernandez, a former manager during Adobo Grill, embodies a comment spun by a city and confident foodies, both of whom have modernized a millenarian prophesy in that independent-minded restaurateurs and entrepreneurs, finally unshackled, will change a approach we eat. New city regulations upheld final Jul were touted as a trail to a new epoch of Chicago travel food, spawning a account of mobile businesses profitably prowling a streetscape. When a City announced in Apr that food trucks would be creation their initial coming during a Taste of Chicago, Mayor Emanuel pronounced in a press release, “The food lorry attention continues to build in strength and numbers, and my administration is committed to formulating a conditions and opportunities that will concede this attention to thrive.”
Somebody forgot to tell Hernandez. “It’s a really tough business,” he says. “If we have a day job, don’t do this.”
Of course, each business is tough. But in a hand-to-hand fight of a food industry, lorry owners like Hernandez are fighting an ascending battle.
Competitive vigour from fast-food joints effectively caps prices. Chicago winters force many operators to tighten for a full season; those who stay open see business cut in half. Trucks contingency also contend with some of a country’s top gas prices, a disband race and a plea of competing opposite a colourful and absolute brick-and-mortar food industry.
“Because of a regulations and a cost pressures, [food trucks’] distinction margins don’t aver them being means to stay in business.,” says Bonnie Riggs, an researcher during Rosemont-based marketplace researcher NPD Group. “They can’t make a vital on it.”
Making it worse, some contend a legislation that took outcome scarcely a year ago, touted by City Hall as a bonus to a trucks, falls brief of a dictated mark.
“Chicago still has some of a many limiting food lorry laws in a country,” says Richard Myrick, editor in arch of Berwyn-based Mobile Cuisine, an online trade magazine. “Because it’s such a vast grill city, you’ve got a lot of vast grill voices and politicians listen to them.”
The emanate has peaked blood vigour on both sides. Prominent grill owners contend they’ve perceived hatred mail from food lorry advocates, while lorry owners explain that some aldermen are in a slot of a Illinois Restaurant Association, a trade organisation that represents brick-and-mortar eateries.
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SAN ANTONIO, TX - A few brief years ago, we could count internal food trucks on one hand. Now, a flourishing series have taken to a streets, portion all from sushi to homemade pizza to epicurean sandwiches.
As food lorry numbers have increased, some owners have even shaped an classification to foster mobile kitchens.
“I’d like for people to welcome food trucks,” said Keith Hill, owners and cook of food lorry K-Hill BBQ Co. and executive executive of a San Antonio Food Truck Association (SAFTA). “If we give them a chance, you’ll substantially like them.”
SAFTA, that was launched in Dec by Hill and Rickshaw Stop’s Sameer Siddiqui, aims to harmonize food lorry owners in a common cause, bringing “professionalism and credit to a mobile food attention in San Antonio.”
SAFTA already has 35 members. Not usually does a organisation pull for ordinances that concede for some-more food lorry activity in a city, it also posts events and locations of internal food trucks. For some-more information, go to safta.net.
Food lorry parks are also on a arise in San Antonio.
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While Summer might be over and Fall holding a place there are still some opportunities for fun food, cold drinks and a few State Fairs holding place. While a state satisfactory is a quintessential partial of many Americans’ summers, some states horde their fairs during a tumble and one that takes place in February.
Here is your beam to a remaining 2013 and 2014 state fairs.
- Arizona State Fair: Oct 11-November 3
- Arkansas State Fair: Oct 11-20
- Florida State Fair: Feb 6-17, 2014
- Georgia State Fair: Oct 25-November 3
- Louisiana State Fair: Oct 24-November 10
- Mississippi State Fair: Oct 2-13
- North Carolina State Fair: Oct 17-27
- South Carolina State Fair: Oct 9-20
- Texas State Fair: Sep 27-October 20
- Virginia State Fair: Sep 27-October 6
If we have anything you’d like to supplement about these final 2013 state fairs, greatfully criticism next or let us know on Twitter: @MobileCuisine.
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One we write down (the grave business plan), and one that’s unwritten, fluid, and evolving.
This plans of your food lorry sovereignty exists in your mind as a living, changing bargain of where you’re going, because you’re going there, and how you’re going to get there–all formed on your stream bargain of how a destiny of your mobile food lorry business will unfold.
While your created business devise includes specific objectives, movement steps, and transparent assumptions, a phonetic one consists of tummy feel, ubiquitous direction, and extended priorities. Over time, as we accumulate information and exam ideas, you’ll pierce many of these elements from misty and tacit to focused and written.
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What do a adult entrance sovereign health caring reforms meant for a mobile food attention though some-more specifically, your food lorry business?
Will a Affordable Care Act supplement thousands of dollars in additional costs and some-more paperwork or will sovereign subsidies make this a “game changer” for tiny tiny food lorry businesses that have struggled to yield word skeleton to their employees?
Who it will affect
The good news is that a Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare) will usually negatively impact a diminutive series of existent food trucks. Food lorry businesses with 50 or some-more employees (which includes reduction than a dozen food trucks in total) will have a choice commencement in 2014: they can unite a health devise for 100% of their workers or compensate $750 per workman in penalties to a sovereign government.
For those lorry owners, they competence opt to take a chastisement and do divided with a health word benefit. Paying a annual chastisement competence be cheaper. So that would leave a employees uninsured and they would have to go to state health devise exchanges to buy health coverage that could be some-more expensive.
The immeasurable infancy of food lorry owners won’t be compulsory to offer health word starting in 2014, and therefore these mobile food companies won’t have to contend with probable fines like a large boys in a industry. But while vendors with 50 or fewer staff members would be free from coverage provisions, they will still have to contend with rising premiums.
If we are partial of a roughly 99% of food lorry business who occupy reduction than 25 or are self-employed, we competence find that a health caring reforms move we some taxation relief.
If we are a food lorry businessman with reduction than 25 employees and compensate a premiums for your staff, we will validate for a taxation credit adult to 35% of their premiums. (In 2014, that credit could be as good as 50% of premiums if we arrange word around one of a Small Business Health Options Programs, or SHOP Exchanges). The taxation mangle we get will count on a integrate of variables: a series of employees we have and their normal pay.
Please note that this taxation mangle won’t be offering to food trucks that are shaped as solitary proprietorship’s. This means alone competence means existent solitary proprietors to incorporate or turn an LLC.
Insurance competence turn cheaper
The Congressional Budget Office estimates that a SHOP Exchanges could reduce annual premiums for mobile food and other tiny businesses by 1-4% with a 3% boost in a volume of coverage.
If we occur to be a food lorry owners that works for yourself, we will expected be means to take advantage of supervision health caring subsidies in 2014. If we are self-employed in 2014 and acquire reduction than 4 times a misery level, we can validate for these subsidies. (To give we some idea, 400% of a 2013 misery turn comes to $94,200 for a family of four.)
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