Next Episode of Buddy's Family Vacation is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
Over the course of three weeks, cake-baker extraordinaire Buddy and his wife, Lisa, are hitting the road in an RV with their kids and scouring the South in search of the best local eats and adventures.
Buddy Valastro and his family continue to look for excitement as they touch down in New Orleans, where they start with a brunch of French etouffee -- a hearty stew with crawfish and vegetables -- at Horn's. They tour the French Quarter, then stop to cool down with fluffy shaved ice at Hansen's Sno-Bliz. Later, they visit Red Gravy, where they make homemade ravioli, and finally, they complete their Big Easy trip at Cafe du Monde with warm, powdered beignets!
Buddy Valastro and his family head towards Memphis to visit Graceland, the home of the one and only Elvis Presley. As a tribute, they indulge in Elvis-inspired peanut butter milkshakes at the Trolley Stop Market. Next, their taste buds lead them to Marlowe's Ribs, where they feast on irresistible ribs in a tangy barbecue sauce, then chase down the Say Cheese Truck to enjoy the Elvis Italiano sandwich. The family finally gets some sweet satisfaction with "the king" cupcakes at Muddy's Bake Shop, then stops by the famous Peabody Hotel, known for its ducks.
Buddy Valastro and his family's vacation continues as they arrive in Huntsville, Ala., where they train like astronauts at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center. But that's not their only mission here -- they're also discovering local Alabama foods, like Big Bob Gibson's award-winning white barbecue sauce and Bigfoot's Little Donuts' warm mini-donuts with juicy fruit toppings. Then, on their final stop at Dallas Mill Deli, they indulge in a sweet and savory strawberry pretzel salad.
Buddy Valastro and his family's road trip continues as they reach the Louisiana Bayou. There, they tour swamps full of live alligators and make some extraordinary food stops, starting with fried shrimp and oyster po' boys at the Olde Tyme Grocery in Lafayette, La. Next, Buddy takes the cooking into his own hands and prepares boudin, a Louisiana-style spicy sausage filled with rice and vegetables. The search for eccentric local foods continues with a stop at Dark Roux for elevated southern classics, then to their last stop: Crawfish Town USA!
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