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  • Talking Peace at Conflict Kitchen

    Three talented female chefs will put their culinary skills to the test in an innovative pop-up restaurant launching on 11 September which aims to get Londoners talking peace.

    Debbie Riehl, Batool Rasheed and Marlith Tenazoa Del Aguila will bring to life the flavours and stories of Burma, Jordan and Peru in London’s first ever Conflict Kitchen – a three-week pop-up dedicated to serving dishes from regions affected by conflict, and sparking illuminating conversations about peace.

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