HARTFORD, Conn. (WFSB) -A Connecticut restaurateur returns dwelling on Monday after volunteering in Poland with World Central Kitchen.
Jamie McDonald traveled to Ukraine a bit over three weeks ago too cook dinner meals for Ukrainian refugees on the Ukraine boarder in Poland.
McDonald is now dwelling, recounting his experiences on the boarder.
“Three weeks is a very long time. There aren’t any days off, in the future I attempted to remain in a bit bit. By 6:30 within the morning I used to be like, alright, it’s time to go I’m right here to assist,” says McDonald.
McDonald says he spent 18-20 hours a day cooking soups and stews with the non-profit World Central Kitchen.
“Giving them some consolation allow them to know they’re protected, and there’s individuals on the market that care about them,” McDonald says.
McDonald at the moment works at Bears Smokehouse BBQ in Hartford. When he bought in, he bought a heat welcome again from his staff.
“I couldn’t do what I did with out my crew, they stored the restaurant going,” says McDonald.
McDonald posted about his time in Poland on social media. He says one picture he can’t neglect, is the lengthy line of refugees.
“I’d say at the very least 800 individuals in line ready to undergo customs. Like I stated in my posts, it’s all girls, kids, and aged,” says McDonald.
McDonald says he’s dedicated to serve staff, friends, and communities. Regardless that he’s dwelling, McDonald continues to be serving to World Central Kitchen. He says his sauces and rubs are offered at Geissler’s and different markets. McDonald says 25% of these proceeds go to World Central Kitchen.
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Connecticut chef returns from serving to refugees
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