Bravo TV sensation Andy Cohen brought his show “Watch What Happens Live” to SXSW 2014 and hosted none other than Ms P from Ms P’s Electric Cock Fried Chicken. Ms P bartended while Cohen interviewed Jimmy Kimmel. Both Cohen and Kimmel enjoyed Ms P’s fried chicken on the air!
"Discover shockingly tasty treats at Ms. P’s Electric Cock in Austin, Texas, where they dish up southern comfort food such as the World Famous Waffles and Dirty Black Eyed Peas."
Austin, Texas, where food is king and Mexican dishes are on the rise! Adam Gertler takes us behind the scenes of shooting the Austin episode of Last Call Food Brawl featuring Ms P's Electric Cock Fried Chicken.
"The ultimate cure for Southern-style munchies? Fried chicken, of course — and Ms. P's rules the roost. Find her old-time trailer in SoCo, where she'll fry you up a bucket or two while you wait (that can take up to 15 minutes, so don't hesitate to BYOB)."
"A bright red sign outlined in neon lights screams CHICKEN as you approach Ms P’s Electric Cock, a large silver trailer on a quieter part of South Congress Avenue. As you may have guessed from the attention-getting name, Ms P’s is not a place for subtlety."
"This trailer specializes in fried chicken made with local, free-range birds. Despite the comical name, Ms. P's serves serious food. Dark meat lovers will appreciate the focus on spicy wings and drumsticks fried in peanut oil."
"Every once in a while I splurge for some exceptional southern fried chicken. And we were not disappointed at our new favorite chick’n joint ~ Ms. P’s Electric Cock. That’s right, it’s called Electric Cock and it’s sensational. If you want some serious 'soul' food then head on over to the Electric Cock. Yum!!!"
"Although fried chicken is her specialty, the black eyed peas were what brought us to this popular chicken trailer. For those new to southerly traditions, we here south of the mason dixon dish up black eye peas on New Years day."
"Ms. P's [truffled macaroni and cheese], however, has that rich sharp cheddar flavor with even an underlying hint of worcestershire or something of the sort giving it almost a meaty, hearty quality, with a drizzle of truffle oil rounding it out."
"A pair of TX Culinary Institute alums are helping fulfill a relative's dream of starting a fried chicken joint with this neon orange-sign'd Airstream, serving SoCo antibiotic-free Gonzalez-sourced birds brined in buttermilk, dredged in flour (plus 12 secret spices), deep-fried in peanut oil, and served alongside buttermilk biscuits, pickled veggies, and sides like truffled mac or Cotija-coated Mexican street corn with jalapeno-spiked aioli, called 'Marty.'"
"The chicken is battered perfectly on the outside, making the inside moist and delicious. Their mac n' cheese is topped with truffle aioli, and their black-eyed peas would make any Southern chef proud. Ms P. cares as much about service and customer satisfaction as she does about her food. You can usually find her coming around to your table, making sure your meal is perfect."
"The flavors are enough to transport you to a different time and place, when South Congress was a little sleepier, the salsa spicier. The second taco gives you a taste of new South Austin: a perfectly fried piece of Ms. P’s chicken, two crispy slices of bacon and a handful of Cheddar cheese tucked inside a corn tortilla."
February 12, 2014
Austin, TX (February 12, 2014) – Austin’s best fried chicken, Ms P’s Electric Cock, proudly announces the move of their second food trailer to The Picnic on Barton Springs Road as well as their participation in 2014’s SXSW SouthBites, marking the third year Ms P’s Electric Cock has been opened. Ms P’s Electric Cock also plans to open their first brick and mortar location in 2014, demonstrating growth for the fried chicken brand.
"Ms P has been perfecting her fried chicken for years and has always wondered why there aren't any REALLY GOOD FRIED CHICKEN places in Austin. Her friends and family have always said "you should open up your own fried chicken joint." Chef Cuz, who is an accomplished Chef, has always dreamed of having his own place. So they are teaming up, rigging a food trailer and are serving the best Fried Chicken in the "ATX"."
"There is nothing quite like Ms. P’s Electric Cock (I HAD to). I mean, how can you not giggle when you say that name? But look a little deeper and you will find some of the best freaking fried chicken in Austin – and that is quite the feat."
"As I was walking back towards my hotel after having a Moroccan lamb sausage wrap at Cazamance, I noticed the unmistakable smell of fried chicken behind a fence. I peered over the fence and saw a trailer in the backyard of Bar 96 at 96 Rainey Street with a crazy name – Ms P’s Electric Cock."
"The most flavorful, moist, crispy fried chicken that will ever pass your lips. Ms P only serves fresh, never frozen local free range chicken! Grab a 12 piece bucket of Ms. P’s spicy and juicy fried chicken made with electric love."
"With a Texas two-step brining process, fresh herbs and 12 spices, Ms. P adds the finishing touch and fries it up in top quality peanut oil. Best of all, Ms. P only serves FRESH, never frozen, no hormones, no additives, LOCAL free range chicken. The end result is the most flavorful, moist, crispy, fried chicken that has ever passed your lips."
"Fitting in with the soon-to-be infamous fried chicken scene featured in Killer Joe, patrons got to sample some fried chicken sliders from Ms. P's Electric Cock food trailer that were "out of this world" good."
"So, now that I’ve gotten your attention, let me just say that one of my favorite aspects of days spent here in Austin, Texas are those where I stumble upon brilliant new finds and unexpected gems. Well, that happened late last week when I made a long-overdue journey down South Congress to the food trailer known as Ms. P’s Electric Cock."
"We're back with another episode of Fast Foodies, where we dive into the growing community of Austin's Food Trailers, getting to know the cooks, the patrons, and the signature dishes that make these can't-miss Capital City eateries. We sat down with fried chicken queen Ms. P, proprietor of SoCo standout Ms. P's Electric Cock."
The big crowds for First Thursday on South Congress this week discovered a big change, new back-in angle parking. Earlier Thursday, KVUE News heard from a lot of drivers and business owners who dislike the new parking. Thursday night, we found many who do like it.
The Capitol—the historic corner-stone of Congress Avenue—offers 30-minute tours throughout the day, starting in the south foyer. Meet a guide or take one of the self-guided tour brochures and strike out on your own.
I have no idea why, but ever since November, I've been craving one thing and one thing only: fried chicken. The craving is so intense that sometimes I'll get a case of the grumps that refuses to go away until the need is satisfied. And, up until I discovered this amazing little gem, the need was rarely fulfilled.
Calling all fried chicken and TV enthusiasts: another Austin institution is in the spotlight as "Food Paradise," a series on the Travel Channel, will be filming at Ms P’s Electric Cock food trailer Feb. 28.