American celebrities cook their way towards peace

TV and theater actors prepare traditional Palestinian dish under the guidance of 'Chefs for Peace' organization.

By JPOST STAFF
May 13, 2012 15:54
Chefs for Peace

Chefs for Peace. (photo credit: Marc Israel salem)

 
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Last Thursday, Rabbi Irwin Katsof from America's Voices in Israel hosted Omar Epps, Annalynne Mccord, Zach Roerig at the Eucalyptus Restaurant, outside of the old city in Jerusalem.

The TV and theater stars participated in preparing maklouba, a traditional Palestinian dish made from chicken, rice and spices. Eucalyptus chef, Moshe Basson, member of the "Chefs for Peace" organization, spoke to them about his work and peace initiatives.


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