Benefit For School Nutrition
Chefs from all over the area brought in creative hors d'oeuvre and some artists designed food inspired art work.
The group promotes local food growers and farmers who grow all natural produce.
Participants said they hope schools will catch on to a more healthy cafeteria.
"We are going to use the money to provide grants to schools. We want to educate children about the importance of food and nutrition and eating well..and cooking, and getting away from fast food," said Bernadette Dryden of the Slow Food KATY Trail organization.
The event had a $25 cover charge at the door, and people bid on art work to raise money.