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Houston Taste of the Nation

September 29, 2015

General Admission: $125
6:00pm - 9:00pm

VIP Admission: $200
5:30pm - 9:00pm

Tables begin at: $5,000

The Corinthian

202 Fannin Street
Houston, Texas

Thank you, Houston!
On September 29, over 40 of Houston's hottest chefs and mixologists donated their time, talent and passion with one goal in mind: to raise the critical funds needed to end childhood hunger in America. Thanks to their support, we raised over $100,000 to help end childhood hunger in 2015. Re-live at all the fun we had! 

Thanks to our 2015 Culinary Council:
Chef Chair Randy Evans of Table 57
Chef Chair Chris Shepherd of Underbelly
Beverage Chair Alba Huerta of Julep
BBQ Chair Daniel Vaughn of Texas Monthly

...and our 2015 Host Committee:

Lindsey Brown, Clumsy Butcher
Korin & Derrick Burnett
JW Daubert & Mary Raia
Marta & Bill Marko
William & Kathleen Mercer
Denmon Sigler, Winston & Strawn 


See you in 2016!

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Foodie Sponsors
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Floral Sponsor

Decor Partner


Hotel Partner

Special Thanks To...

 Clumsy Butcher | Houston Food Blogger Collective
Jackson & Company | Minuteman Press Downtown Houston 
Two Men & A Truck

Interested in becoming a sponsor?
Buy your tickets now or contact Emily Roth by email for more information.

Interested in getting involved with Houston's Taste of the Nation?  Find out how.

SponsorshipGet in touch with Emily

VolunteeringThank you for your interest, but we are no longer accepting volunteer requests for our 2015 event.

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Funds raised through Houston's Taste of the Nation support No Kid Hungry, Share Our Strength's national campaign to end childhood hunger in America, and these local Houston partners: Houston Food Bank, Kid's Meals, and the Center for Public Policy Priorities.

Event Recaps
2015 Recap


Don't miss our amazing line up of silent auction items!

  • A Culinary Tour for of Houston for four with Chef Chris Shepherd
  • A Whiskey Tasting Class for four at Julep -- with a seafood tour
  • Two roundtrip airfares on JetBlue
  • An exclusive shopping party for 5 from INTERMIX and BeGlammed
  • In-home dinner for four with chefs from Southern Goods
  • BBQ Feast for ten from The Brisket House
  • Staycation at the JW Marriott Houston Downtown
  • Multicourse chef's tasting menu from RDG + Bar Annie
  • Dessert Tasting for Four from Fluff Bake Bar
  • Gift certificates from Coltivare, Hugo's, The Pass & Provisions, Peli Peli, Bernie's Burger Bus, Houston Dairymaids and more!
  • BBQ Technique Class with Pappa Charlie's pitmaster
  • Five course tasting menu with wine at Killen's Steakhouse
  • $250 worth of Louie Mueller BBQ
  • Omakase for Two from KUU Restaurant
  • Private Pizza Party at Alamo Drafthouse
  • Dinner at Olivette at The Houstonian
  • Dessert Tasting from Cloud 10 Creamery
  • Fried Chicken Dinner for 6 from Holley's
  • Sunday Brunch for four from Quattro
  • Catered BBQ for 15 from Roegel's Barbecue

As part of the No Kid Hungry Campaign, Houston's Taste of the Nation benefits these local organizations:

The Houston Food Bank
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The Houston Food Bank is a solution to hunger in times of need. America's largest, the Food Bank distributes 59 million nutritious meals through its network of 600 food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters and other hunger relief charities in southeast Texas, feeding 800,000 individuals each year. Fresh produce, meat, and nonperishables are distributed from the warehouse at 535 Portwall, and meals for kids are prepared and distributed from Keegan Center, a 15,000 square-foot industrial kitchen. Additional community services include nutrition education, school-based programs, food stamp applications, and hands-on job training. Red Barrels offer a convenient way for grocery shoppers to donate nonperishables for their neighbors in need. The Houston Food Bank, founded in 1982, is a certified member of Feeding America, the nation's food bank network, with a four-star rating from Charity Navigator. Visit us online at
Houston Food Bank on Twitter  | Houston Food Bank on Facebook | Houston Food Bank on Youtube

Kids' Meals Houston

Kids' Meals mission is to end hunger among children by delivering nutritious meals to the doors of preschool children in need. Kids' Meals currently serves over 2,200 healthy meals each weekday, free of cost, year round.
KidsMealsHouston.orgKids' Meals on Facebook | Kids' Meals on Twitter


Center for Public Policy Priorities
The Center for Public Policy Priorities is a non-partisan, nonprofit policy research organization committed to improving public policies and private practices that influence the economic and social prospects and conditions of individuals, families, and communities.

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