February 1, 2018

The third annual Cooking Up A Cure was a delectable and educational event for over 350 attendees on Thursday, February 1. Guests had the opportunity to visit with 11 local chefs and enjoy a variety of delicious and allergen identified bites. Each guest was assigned a food allergy upon arrival which was intended to promote further awareness of the seriousness of food allergies, however not restricting anyone for enjoying the culinary options for the night.

The Cooking Up A Cure event raised over $182,000, which will continue to help fund the research and initiatives of the Food Allergy Program at Texas Children’s Hospital.

If you weren't able to join us and would like to support the Food Allergy Program at Texas Children's Hospital, you can make a donation. Thank you so much for your support!

Event Co-Chairs

  • Kate and Eddie Bialas
  • Jodie and Randy Corson 
  • Shelley and Billy Iglesias
  • Melanie and Daniel Ringold

2019 Co-Chairs

  • Amy and Kevin Holmes
  • Karen and Trevor Turbidy
  • Kelly and Matthew Cubbage
  • Brad Bath and Catherine Devine


  • Leisa and Andy Dillon
  • Kristi and Mike Oldham
  • Sarah and Robert Ray
  • Lindsay and Trent Stout

2018 Participating Restaurants & Chefs

  • B&B Butchers | TOMMY ELBASHARY
  • Cafe Annie | ELLIOTT KELLY
  • La Table
  • Nobie’s | MARTIN STAYER
  • Royer’s | JB ROYER
  • State Fare | JIM MILLS
  • State of Grace | BOBBY MATOS
  • Uchi Houston | LANCE GILLUM
  • Weights and Measures | RICHARD KAPLAN

Children of Co-Chairs, including Dr. Davis’ son, with their respective food allergy/allergies

Children of Co-Chairs, including Dr. Davis’ son, with their respective food allergy/allergies

For more information on next year's event, please contact Eileen Condit in the Office of Philanthropy at emcondit@texaschildrens.org.

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