Dallas ISD trustees joined culinary arts students from six district high schools to prepare and serve appetizers at the Food in Fashion event on Wednesday, Feb. 15, at Trinity Groves.
Teams from Bryan Adams, Thomas Jefferson, Lincoln, Moisés E. Molina, Skyline and Wilmer-Hutchins high schools waged a friendly competition to see which appetizer was considered the best by event attendees. Molina took the top prize this year.
The event was conducted as a benefit for the Texas Restaurant Association Education Foundation and its Texas ProStart culinary career program, which is offered in Dallas ISD high schools.
Another highlight of the event was a food-inspired fashion show where up-and-coming fashion designers partnered with 10 restaurants. The creations were shown off during a runway fashion show.