Muddy’s Journal

November 2019 monthly digest

November 2019 monthly digest

What’s rolling off the menu?

Halloween features will vanish November 2nd: Pumpkin Whoopie Pies, Ghost and Pumpkin Butter Cookies!

What’s new for this month? 

The Drink of the Month at our Midtown shop is the Pumpkin Chai Latte! Our smooth chai tea is combined with rich pumpkin syrup, organic whole milk, and a touch of vanilla to create a delightfully warm and comforting treat. 

Returning for cult cameo weekends:

  • Matcha Matcha Cupcakes (Nov. 1-2): sweet matcha cake and buttercream with a dollop of white chocolate buttercream for good measure!
  • Tollhouse Jack Pie (Nov. 15-16): a cookie-like filling that features chocolate chips, toasted pecans, and a generous splash of bourbon, nestled in our all-butter crust.

Events this Month


Saturday, November 2nd, 11am-6pm: Broad Art Walk + Muddy’s Pop Up

Visit us at our Muddy’s Kitchen location on Broad during the Broad Ave Art Walk! Come experience local artists, food trucks, drinks, entertainment… and of course, our fresh baked cupcakes! This year we will be celebrating the new Hampline cycle track that connects the Shelby Farms Greenline with Overton Park. So ride your bike, walk, dance your way down our street and enjoy the celebration of arts and community with us! Click here to learn more >>> https://www.broadavearts.com/about-the-event 

Saturday, November 2nd, 7-10pm: Party Off the Plaza benefitting Church Health

Enjoy local restaurants and libations, table seating, a wine pull, and live music! Muddy’s will be providing sweet treats to celebrate and support Church Health’s services and outreach. Click here for more details and ticket information >>> https://churchhealth.org/event/plaza/

Psst...Keep an eye out for our upcoming Thanksgiving cookie party and November kitchen tour!

Featured NonProfit

November’s Refill Our Community with Positive Change jar recipient is Mid-South Immigration Advocates! Their mission is to provide quality, free and low-cost immigration representation to low-income Mid-Southerners, to see justice for the entire immigrant community, and to advocate for fair immigration policies! Some of their services include: The Children’s Project (free legal representation of children facing deportation) and The Survivors’ Project (free legal services to asylum seekers who are victims of violent crime). So drop what you can into our jars at either of our shops, and your generous “tips” will go directly to the MIA and their important mission! Learn more about them here: https://www.miamemphis.org/