I’ve posted snippets from the road, but now I’m ready to share our full-on adventures and photos from our Shonali Bhowmik 100 Oak’s Revival tour down South…

Day 2: We came into Charlotte and dropped our stuff off at Scott’s. He had some cute gogo dancers over for him to do their makeup for the Shiprock party at Snug Harbor. Meanwhile, the band and I went over to Dish for some good southern food. I don’t think anything was fried on the menu. I got the grilled liver platter. It was solid. We also had pimento cheese. I think that was the first time I had that. Mayonnaise and Cheese. Yep.

Dish – 1220 Thomas Avenue. Charlotte, NC 28205

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Jason Lam

Food blogger since 2008. Hair model since 2003.

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6 Responses

  1. Melissa C.

    Thanks for the pics of your trip to the southeast. I’m from Asheville, N.C. and I’m a lil homesick. What i would give to have a good plate of chicken and dumplins. Have you ever tried fried okra? It’s one of my favorite southern foods.

    • Jason Lam
      Jason Lam

      Your welcome! I love fried okra. I also had some pickled and crunchy air dried okra on my trip. I’ll post those soon.

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