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Most people don’t know that Conflict Kitchen is a non-profit organization that reinvests all of its resources into programming, education, performances and publications that further our mission of engaging with the public about the food, culture and perspectives of people living in regions with which the United States is in conflict. It’s not too late… MORE >

Gift Certificates

Conflict Kitchen gift certificates are now available. You can pick them up at the restaurant or email us and we will send them to you or your gift recipient directly.  

Local/Global Interview
(with Falk Laboratory School)

We ran our workshop the Local/Global Interview with 80 seventh grade Spanish Language students from the Falk Laboratory School.  The students were introduced to the history of the relationship between the United States and Cuba by their Spanish language teacher Miss Fedorko.  The students engaged in independent research on Cuba and discussed our Cuban Wrapper in class prior to the… MORE >

International Cooking Lesson
(with Environmental Charter School)

Conflict Kitchen worked with 70 third-grade students from Pittsburgh’s Environmental Charter School. The students participated in two workshops that took place over the course of three weeks. The first visit presented the history and mission of Conflict Kitchen and introduced our focus country, Palestine. A week later, we returned with kitchen staffer John Shaver to… MORE >

The Foreigner
(with Sewickley Academy)

In the past, Conflict Kitchen has visited Pittsburgh schools to in order to implement our The Foreigner curriculum.  Sewickley Academy’s Current Affairs class executed The Foreigner with actress Tracey Turner playing the avatar. The workshop was such a success that the school created a Foreigner Day. For Foreigner Day, we worked with two of our contacts, Mohammad Barakat in Palestine… MORE >

International Cooking Lesson
(with Westinghouse High School)

We ran the International Cooking Lesson workshop with Laila El Haddad and a select group of students from Westinghouse High School in partnership with the Homewood YMCA Lighthouse Program and East Liberty Presbyterian Church. The Lighthouse Program, working with the Westinghouse High School students, developed a nine-week block which focused on the food culture of Palestine…. MORE >

Conflict Kitchen finalist for 2015 International Award for Public Art

  Conflict Kitchen is a finalist with seven other public art projects from across the globe for the International Award for Public Art. The award was based off a global search to find the planet’s most outstanding public art, culminating in an awards ceremony, exhibition and conference that took place July 1- 4, 2015 in… MORE >

Conflict Kitchen focuses on Cuba starting May 26th

Stop by on Tuesday, May 26 when we reopen our Cuban version of Conflict Kitchen. Given recent diplomatic developments between the U.S. and Cuba, we are excited to ignite a renewed discussion of Cuban culture and history and present the viewpoints of Cubans and Cuban Americans concerning the future of Cuba. Stay tuned for events and… MORE >