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VP Biden’s Son Hunter Get Greek Cooking Lesson from DC Master

Vice President Biden’s son, Hunter got some one-on-one cooking lessons from culinary whiz Dimitri Moshovitis, executive chef and co-founder of Cava Mezze, on August 6.

TheHill.com announced that Moshovitis “will teach Biden, 44, how to prepare some of the Capitol Hill restaurant’s signature dishes…Biden, who serves as chairman of the board for the World Food Program USA (WFP), got an up-close-and-personal demo Wednesday night on how to serve up some Greek-inspired meals.”

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