When Abner White opened Abner's Famous Chicken Tenders of Cordova, he had one goal in mind: "we take one thing and try to do it very well." More than twenty years later, his chicken tenders are still igniting cravings, made using the same recipe that he started out with. In addition to serving up individual plates at the store, Abner's takes on all sizes of orders to cater events ranging from graduations and birthdays to get-togethers to watch sports. The tenders are marinated and battered in Abner's homemade batter and served with dipping sauces made from scratch. Try them fried or grilled, served in a salad or wrap, or on their own with garlic bread and slaw.
Since 2006, the licensed and insured movers of 1st Class Moving Company have deftly maneuvered furniture and domestic contents between abodes. The moving experts also offer a line of packing supplies and a storage warehouse, where furniture and goods can safely reside during limbo periods between leases or when homeowners want to increase the difficulty of indoor games of hide-and-seek.
Bensinger's Fine Cleaners handles dry-cleaning emergencies with a wide range of services. The skilled staff of dirt exorcists unsoils, unsullies, and unblemishes items such as men’s shirts ($2.55) and pants ($6.20), women’s slacks and skirts ($6.20 each), blouses ($6.30), and chainmail pantaloons. Fragile silk, linen garments, comforters, bedspreads, tablecloths, and newspaper hats are handled with fragile silk gloves, and shirts are hand-finished and pressed instead of being recklessly tossed under passing steamrollers.
Licensed massage therapist Rochelle Richardson unravels knots of tension from bodies and polishes skin to a radiant sheen at Utopia. Five long, flowing strokes harmonize to create symphonic Swedish massages, whose manual movements re-tune muscle fibers and enhance circulation of vital fluids by streamlining circulatory system bureaucracies. Healing palms glide gently over swollen, tender tissues and knead deep internal pretzels, whereas fingers rhythmically tap, vibrate, and rout out stubborn stiffness with increased local friction. Bodies limp with relaxation leap from the massage table with the ease of an acrobat and may notice that taut joints have loosened up and developed a sense of humor once relieved of physical stressors.
Helmed by a friendly, dedicated artist, the online emporium of personalized products bursts with a bevy of colorful invitations, stationery, address labels, and more. Employing whimsically unpredictable color combos and customized lettering, the crafty creator fashions distinctive items for a dizzying array of occasions, from informal birthday parties to elegant parrot weddings. Karaoke-inclined hosts can prepare guests for crooned versions of "Old MacDonald" with popstar invitations ($3 each; minimum order of 25). Apple slice note pads make fruit an omnipresent grocery-list item ($30 for four), and the brightly shaded personalized growth chart ($75) plots the progress of your child's or pet goldfish’s vertical climb up to 7 feet. Aspiring card architects can upload their own family photos or poorly scanned tax returns onto a 12-pack of colorful classic photo cards ($38).
The technicians at Invisible Fence of Memphis set dogs free and untethered into the big, uncharted world lying between the front door and the curb. Instead of metal or wooden barriers, a trail of wiring sits out of sight below the ground, communicating with the pets' electric collar thanks to earthworms' built-in radio antennas. Customized for any home and lawn, systems can edge around landscaping to protect plants, weave around long, open acres, or even surround structures to keep dogs out of dangerous areas. To ensure pets, owners, and lightning gods adapt to the new boundary safely, Invisible Fence Brand's trainers host personal play-based sessions after each installation.