Recipes

Toward Peace and Justice, November 2013

Youth Delegaation in Poland on steps of the Palace of Culture and Science in Warsaw, Poland

Youth Delegaation in Poland on steps of the Palace of Culture and Science.

Youth delegation members and AFSC staff (From left to right) Jiway Tung (Indonesia), Charly, Shyline (Zimbabwe), Yuval (Israel), Dominique Stevens (Baltimore), James, and Emil.

Recipe for an Algerian meal

Laurama Pixton and her husband John lived in Morocco from 1960-61, where they worked with Algerian refugees. For AFSC's 1967 cookbook, "Meals from many lands," she shared this menu for an Algerian dinner for six people.

[Her recipe for Algerian bread has been reprinted in AFSC's 2013 cookbook, "Peaceful eats," which is now available to download for free.]

Easy summertime recipe shared by New Mexico farmer

Angelina NM farmer

Angelina participated in AFSC's farmer-to-farmer training program.

Zimbabwe partner divulges well-tested lasagna recipe

Grace

Grace

Grace works for one of AFSC's partners in Zimbabwe.

Middle East advocacy coordinator shares father’s hummus recipe

Ilona with hummus plate

Ilona with hummus

Ilona garnishes the hummus with olive oil and parsley and serves it with pita and tomatoes.

 

South L.A. student shares lemon-balm iced tea recipe

Joanna Farias

Making lemon-balm iced tea

Joanna with a batch of her lemon-balm iced tea.

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