Biden son goes Greek in cooking lesson
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WE HEAR: Vice President Biden’s son, Hunter, might soon be a kitchen aficionado, as he’s poised to get a one-on-one cooking lesson from a culinary whiz.  

Biden, who serves as chairman of the board for the World Food Program USA (WFP), will get an up-close-and-personal demo Wednesday night on how to serve up some Greek-inspired meals. Dimitri Moshovitis, executive chef and co-founder of Cava Mezze, will teach Biden, 44, how to prepare some of the Capitol Hill restaurant’s signature dishes. Tzatziki, anyone?

The cooking class is celebrating the WFP’s back-to-school campaign. Cava Mezze is donating 25 cents of every meal sold from Sept. 1 through 16 to the school meals program for the world’s largest anti-hunger organization. The program provides meals to 24 million schoolchildren every year.