We ate at Thelma’s Chicken and Waffles with an appetizer of Fried Green Tomatoes-
Erika ordered a Vegetable Platter and Cornbread
And I ate their specialty- Chicken and Waffles. What else? oh yes, that would be a side of home fried potatoes.
and from the Historic Roanoke City Market website I found the vendor names
Julia & Gary Goad- Julia wearing a shawl she knit in 3 weeks of television time.I bought some fragrant & pretty soaps. Yellow Mountain Crafts
and this man in the cowboy hat was explaining how bottles have belly buttons- an outie vs. an innie hmmmmm!
Name: Dave & Kyle Kelsheimer
Business Name: Lunarscapes
Location: Rocky Mount
Vendor since: 2006
Products: Specialize in slumped glass wine & liquor bottles (table art)
Now THAT is a waffle! All of the food looks delicious!
A month’s worth of fat grams in a single meal! But seems calorie-worthy (at least at the time of consumption)
It was delicious.
Love those fried green tomatoes
Nice group of photographs. I remember my visits to Roanoke. Loved photographing up and down the Shenandoah Valley.
Oh, I want those green tomatoes! I love the name of the bakery too.
The “slumped glass” you refer to is recycled wine, soft drink, and beer bottles flattened or bowl shaped. We sell these at 3G Gallery. They make fun holiday gifts and help support area artists.
The food looks delicious, and I love the older gentleman driving the hot rod car. They are all great photos though. It looks like a fun-filled day.
The veggie platter looks fantastic! And of course I’ll take some fried green tomatoes – yum.
Yes to all of the above comments —– !!! Does the guy in the red car know Uncle Frank?? 🙂
LOVE fried green tomatoes! 🙂