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A Recipe for Peace (ARFP) is a non-profit organization established in March 2004 by Mary Gwynn and Sonia Lo. Mary and Sonia, the daughters of diplomats, have conducted business across several continents and their culinary travels have taken them to over 43 countries. During their extensive travels they have seen how sharing a meal brings people together in a unique and powerful A Recipe for Peace (ARFP) is a non-profit organization established in March 2004 by Mary Gwynn and Sonia Lo. Mary and Sonia, the daughters of diplomats, have conducted business across several continents and their culinary travels have taken them to over 43 countries. During their extensive travels they have seen how sharing a meal brings people together in a unique and powerful way. The aim of A Recipe for Peace is to use food and cooking as a way of building working relationships that bridge differences of culture, ethnicity and ideology. ARFP’s commercial activities, such as this cookbook, are intended to fund cookery scholarships to pairs of teenagers from opposing groups in conflict areas such as the Palestine, the Koreas, Chechnya, etc. Once qualified, ARFP will help place the young chefs in practical professional internships, with the ultimate hope that they will return to their home communities and create further opportunities for teenagers like themselves. ARFP hopes to help our graduates by funding Peace Cafés and Cookery Schools in each of these conflict areas to extend the Foundation’s initial scope. We hope that these schools and working partnerships will grow into a powerful grass-roots peace effort. The initial funds for the Foundation will be raised from a series of cookbooks, the first of which is Dining with Dictators. Many of the dictatorships mentioned in this book have been responsible for the starvation of their own people through corruption and mismanagement of their economies. We are therefore also committed to sponsoring food and agricultural projects that will help those who have directly suffered (or are still suffering) as a result. By buying this book you will be supporting A Recipe for Peace and helping turn our projects into reality. We therefore thank you and hope you enjoy the recipes!


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A Recipe for Peace (ARFP) is a non-profit organization established in March 2004 by Mary Gwynn and Sonia Lo. Mary and Sonia, the daughters of diplomats, have conducted business across several continents and their culinary travels have taken them to over 43 countries. During their extensive travels they have seen how sharing a meal brings people together in a unique and powerful A Recipe for Peace (ARFP) is a non-profit organization established in March 2004 by Mary Gwynn and Sonia Lo. Mary and Sonia, the daughters of diplomats, have conducted business across several continents and their culinary travels have taken them to over 43 countries. During their extensive travels they have seen how sharing a meal brings people together in a unique and powerful way. The aim of A Recipe for Peace is to use food and cooking as a way of building working relationships that bridge differences of culture, ethnicity and ideology. ARFP’s commercial activities, such as this cookbook, are intended to fund cookery scholarships to pairs of teenagers from opposing groups in conflict areas such as the Palestine, the Koreas, Chechnya, etc. Once qualified, ARFP will help place the young chefs in practical professional internships, with the ultimate hope that they will return to their home communities and create further opportunities for teenagers like themselves. ARFP hopes to help our graduates by funding Peace Cafés and Cookery Schools in each of these conflict areas to extend the Foundation’s initial scope. We hope that these schools and working partnerships will grow into a powerful grass-roots peace effort. The initial funds for the Foundation will be raised from a series of cookbooks, the first of which is Dining with Dictators. Many of the dictatorships mentioned in this book have been responsible for the starvation of their own people through corruption and mismanagement of their economies. We are therefore also committed to sponsoring food and agricultural projects that will help those who have directly suffered (or are still suffering) as a result. By buying this book you will be supporting A Recipe for Peace and helping turn our projects into reality. We therefore thank you and hope you enjoy the recipes!

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