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Bob Sambol “Wining and Dining with Jim White” 5-17-18 May 17, 2018

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Thankful for much

Jim White and Bob Sambol

Jim White and Bob Sambol

Bob Sambol pays tribute to his namesake restaurant Bob’s Steak and Chop House on its 25th anniversary–even though he no longer owns it.  Get the full story on this week’s
“Wining and Dining with Jim White” on VOKALnow.com.  He endured some hard knocks in separating from his eponymous restaurant, but Bob is thankful for the legacy and the contribution it has made to the DFW dining scene.  Enjoy tales of the great steaks of Dallas, and his excitement to be involved with the Trinity Groves project.  Welcome to the podcast devoted to introducing you to the people who create the eats and drinks you love.  We’re expanding next week to a video on demand format on VOKAL.  You might call it “video/radio”, because we’ll be combining the intimacy of talk radio with the impact of video.  You’ll be seeing stars!  Your favorite chefs, artisans, and wine personalities will be joining us in the VOKAL Dallas studios, and by Google “Hang Out”, from anywhere in the world to bring you “news you can use about wining and dining”.  The podcast version of the show will remain on iTunes and VOKAL, and you’ll have a choice on VOKALnow.com to watch or listen to our conversations.  I hope you enjoy.  I look forward to your feedback.  Thanks!  Remember, if anybody asks what you’re making for dinner…tell ’em reservations!

#16 Phil Romano-Trinity Groves May 31, 2016

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The “Concept King” has a recipe for life too

Jim White (L) and Phil Romano in front of one of the prolific artist's paintings.

Jim White (L) and Phil Romano in front of one of the prolific artist’s paintings.

Legendary restaurateur and entrepreneur Phil Romano shares his Horatio Alger like story and how it’s affected every aspect of his life.  In addition to the blossoming Trinity Groves, the man behind Romano’s Macaroni Grill, Fuddrucker’s and so many other great restaurant concepts, talks about his love for painting and the organization chart for life he created for his son Sam.  We can all benefit from it.  Thanks for joining us on the podcast devoted to introducing you to the greatest names in food and wine, “Wining and Dining with Jim White”.  Subscribe to our program on iTunes and never miss an episode.  And, in memory of the late, great Norman Brinker who said he got very sad when he drove around and saw lights on inside home kitchens at dinnertime….

If anybody asks you what you’re making for dinner, tell ’em reservations!

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