These celebrity chefs are doing their bit to help Ukraine

Celebrity chefs are cooking for displaced refugees. Image: UNSPLASH/Conor Samuel

Douglas Broom

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José Andrés founded World Central Kitchen, a network of kitchens to feed Ukrainian refugees. Image: Twitter
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Millions of people have fled Ukraine because of Russia’s invasion. Image: Statista

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MasterChef Ukraine winner Olga Martynovska serves a meal at a Prague farmers market as part of her Eat Borsch, Save Ukraine fundraising campaign. Image: Reuters/Jiri Skacel


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