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6 Popular chefs inspired by their faith

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These renowned culinary talents remind us how to elevate a meal.

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While many us of may say a little prayer as we put that cake in the oven, hoping that it rises, these accomplished chefs from home and abroad are praying that their meals will play an integral part in bringing families together, as well as help those who are less fortunate.

Food traditions and the importance of breaking bread together has been passed on through families and communities for thousands of years. At times this message seems lost today, with the rise of convenience foods and eating on the run. But what if we applied the brakes, and took inspiration from these six popular chefs who believe Christ is central to their culinary creations?

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Read more: Is eating together the answer to world peace? These chefs think so

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