José Andres | Mario Batali | Massimo Bottura | Giada di Laurentiis | Bobby Flay | Pati Jinich | Aglaia Kremezi | Mourad Lahlou | Joan Nathan | Yotam Ottolenghi | Alon Shaya | Nancy Silverton | Alice Waters
NEW YORK | Seeds of Peace brings together young leaders from across the United States to acknowledge and move beyond stereotypes, prejudices, and mistrust of others.
Our Camp in Maine creates rare and powerful opportunities for them to truly listen to each other’s stories and experiences. These conversations are often difficult but vital, and they begin face to face. In a divisive climate, Seeds of Peace is committed to growing its US programs now more than ever.
As these young leaders courageously sit down at the table together, we hope the #Recipes4Peace initiative inspires more people with a different perspective to their table. Breaking bread is a good start to building bridges.
We are grateful to Joan Nathan and Micaela Varricchio for curating this project and to all the amazing chefs who are taking part. We are thrilled that so many top culinary minds have joined our initiative to reach out across divides and engage in respectful dialogue.
Starting on April 7th, Seeds of Peace will post a new recipe from one of our renowned chefs Friday mornings through June 30 on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
April 7: Joan Nathan
April 14: José Andrés
April 21: Mourad Lahlou
April 28: Yotam Ottolenghi
May 5: Pati Jinich
May 12: Bobby Flay
May 19: Giada di Laurentiis
May 26: Alon Shaya
June 2: Aglaia Krementis
June 9: Massimo Bottura
June 16: Nancy Silverton
June 23: Mario Batali
June 30: Alice Waters
For further inquiries, please contact Seeds of Peace Director of Communications Huberta von Voss Wittig at firstname.lastname@example.org or +1 (212) 573-8040.