Dinner with Chef Anan Zahr

The Episcopal Church of Saints Andrew and Matthew invites you to a Palestinian Benefit Dinner with Chef Anan Zahr on Sunday, July 22nd, 3 PM to 6 PM.

The dinner is co-sponsored by: Delaware Episcopalians for Middle East Peace, Delaware Churches for Middle East Peace, and Delawareans for Palestinian Human Rights

The Episcopal Church of Saints Andrew and Matthew
719 N. Shipley St.
Wilmington, DE 19801

Purchase your tickets here ($75 per person)

Anan Zahr is a Palestinian American living in the US since the age of 11. She graduated from the University of California at Berkeley’s Department of Near Eastern Studies and attended Graduate School at West Chester University in the Department of Education. Anan has worked as an Arabic Language Instructor and owned and operated a Mediterranean restaurant in Wilmington, DE for five years. As a long-time resident of the Philadelphia area, Anan is a dedicated community activist involved with a number of national and local organizations.  Anan has been cooking Palestinian cuisines all her life and she is passionate about sharing the tastes of her country.

For more information, please contact Mike Abel at delawarephr@gmail.com

5 responses to “Dinner with Chef Anan Zahr

  1. I can’t access the link to reserve seats for the Palestinian dinner on July 22nd. Want to pay for 2 tix. Help me please.

    1. Hi Nina
      There will be recipe cards distributed but it will not be a cooking demonstration. We hope you will join us!

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