10-year-old chef sharpens skills at food bank
Rylan Madden loves to cook and has found a way to give back in his Montana community.
because I'm a chef and I like to cook. When Ryland and his dad, Bryce, learned volunteer chefs were needed to help repair 20,000 meals donated from hello fresh to the food bank, they arrived. First thing we got the tomatoes, diced the onions and we topped the zucchini. Ryland tells me his dad allowed him to take a little time off school so he could give back to the community doing the activity he loves most. I like to make French toast. Grilled cheese? Um, uh, Larry kebabs Fee is our dogs and Larry. Today they're making a zucchini Pomodoro, penne pasta, just one of the many different meals that will soon be delivered to local families in need. And that's not the only thing Rylan is focused on. He already has a list of more ways he plans to give back. And one thing that we're doing we're going to do to help. Our community is, um mhm is give people lemonade for, like, a dollar or something and then raise money for our school by doing that. Okay, so Oh,