Local Chef Cooks Thanksgiving Meal For Domestic Violence Victims

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ONE OF THE BEST CHEFS IN NORTH TEXAS FIRED UP THE OVENS COOKING A SPECIAL THANKSGIVING MEAL FOR HUNDREDS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE MICK EMS.

-- VICTIMS.

CHEF JASON HARPER KNOWS AROUND THE KITCHEN ANY SHARED SOMETHING THAT MOST PEOPLE MAY NOT KNOW.

I COME FROM A BROKEN HOME.

I HAVE THREE GIRLS AND FOR US IT'S ABOUT BREAKING THE CURSE.

THE CURSE OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE THAT AFFECTS EVERYONE IN THE ROOM AT PEACE LUTHERAN CHURCH.

126 FAMILIES BROUGHT TOGETHER BY THE I CAN STILL SIGN PROGRAM HELPING WOMEN SURVIVE AND THRIVE IN THE FACE OF ABUSE FOR MORE THAN 20 YEARS IN NORTH TEXAS.

WE HAVE 10,200 WOMEN AND CHILDREN LEAVE ABUSIVE HOMES.

THEY CAME TOGETHER WITH FOOD AND A LOT OF IT.

WITHOUT BEING ASKED, MOST BROAD A DISH OF THEIR OWN TO SHARE.

IT IS THE MOST IMPRESSIVE SPREAD.

IT'S AWESOME.

600 POUNDS OF TURKEY, 400 POUNDS OF MASHED POTATOES AND A CLEAR MESSAGE FROM THE KITCHEN.

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