A Long Island chef opened a nonprofit kitchen to provide food and employment for those in need. Ryan Carroll lost his job as a chef when the coronavirus pandemic began. That was when he started Carroll’s Kitchen in Bellmore with the mission to help feed Long Islanders struggling due to the pandemic.

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A Long Island chef opened a nonprofit kitchen to provide food and employment for those in need. Ryan Carroll lost his job as a chef when the coronavirus pandemic began. That was when he started Carroll’s Kitchen in Bellmore with the mission to help feed Long Islanders struggling due to the pandemic.

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