One of the first people to champion Chef & Song was Judy Smithey. She encouraged me every step of the way. And at our first delicious revel, she brought the biggest, rowdiest crowd of hometown folks to help us celebrate. She and fellow Chef & Song patron, Dotti Pennebaker, met me at David’s Seafood Grill in Cedar Hill to offer me feedback. We got caught up talking about music, art, theater, food, mixing cocktails, serving the community, and travel.
When Jenny Block told me her mission is to teach every woman how to have amazing orgasms and empower them take over the world, I saw no suggestion she was joking. I also felt left out. But the longer we talked, the more empowered I felt just being around her. She is fearless. She surrounds herself with courage. And that is what she writes about. She shows readers how to look within for inspiration, happiness, and self worth — and to share that energy helping others be fearless, too. We met at Opening Bell Coffee in Dallas and talked about her career, family, friends, being kind to one another … and, of course, sex.
Ron delivered an unforgettable experience. Chef and Song was a huge hit and provided something truly distinctive that our guests could relish.
Casie Caldwell has a knack for creating unique restaurants people love. She made us rethink our expectations of a salad with her chain of Greenz Salads restaurants. And now she’s making us rethink “pop-up” with her Trinity Groves restaurant where the kitchen has a permanent address, but the chefs are around for a limited time only.