There is a melancholy brilliance to, "Blade Runner 2049," that had me thinking and talking for days about it's visual proficiency and rich emotional content pondering the soul of a human and the potential soul of a replicant (robot). In this movie anything is possible. It's also an alarming look into the future where everyone … Continue reading Cogill Reviews: “Blade Runner 2049” Is He Or Isn’t He?
Please join us Sunday, December 10 at 7pm for our annual Harvest Holiday Dinner at Salum Resturant with the beautiful sparkling and still wines of Domaine Carneros in Napa, with special guest Winemaker Eileen Crane.
Chef Abraham Salum has once again hit it out of the ballpark with his expert pairings drawing inspriation from his extensive travels and international flavor profile. Our menu for the evening is below. The event will benefit the Dallas Chapter of Les Dames d’Escoffier International, as well as The Stewpot of Dallas. Tickets are $110 until November 18, $125 after (if available*) and can be purchased through our website here.
*We are over half way sold out now, so don’t delay in getting your tickets early for what we will a special holiday celebration. Gary and I hope to see you there!
Dallas Uncorked Holiday Harvest Dinner with
Domaine Carneros and Salum Restaurant
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In 1982 I stood in line with more than 700 movie goers for an advance screening of a "secret" film months before it's release. I learned later that Dallas, Texas was the center of the "test market" screening universe because it represented middle America, and was far away from Hollywood. Directors like Steven Spielberg and … Continue reading Cogill’s Thoughts: Anticipating “Blade Runner 2046” & Remembering 1982