Serge Ibaka is truly a man of many talents. The NBA champion showed off his culinary skills this month during an appearance at Square One’s Night Market in Mississauga, Ontario. According to CityNews, Serge Ibaka even took part in a heated cook-off during the event to see who could make the best dumplings in just five minutes.\nIt was nothing short of amazing to see Ibaka show off his foodie side. However, it’s the Raptor’s most recent cooking endeavour that is really making a difference.\nThe Raptors star made a special appearance at the Regent Park Community Food Centre this Wednesday to help serve healthy meals to some very excited kids. It was announced this week that the player’s foundation would be donating thousands of meals to kids in need through the centre’s drop-in meal program.\nSo we have @sergeibaka serving food in the park .. Wednesday’s come down for a taste of regent pic.twitter.com/I5Mhly23lR— HEALING AS ONE (@_healingasone) July 31, 2019\nSerge Ibaka casually servin food at Regent Park pic.twitter.com/kMOEIABCwX— Natalie Wong (@natalexisw) July 31, 2019\nView this post on Instagram @sergeibaka talking food and community with us today! We’re so grateful to Serge and the @sergeibakafoundation for supporting the #fastbreakmeals program! Come down to to Taste of Regent Park tonight where Serge is going to be serving the community meal tonight! A post shared by Regent Park CFC (@regentparkcfc) on Jul 31, 2019 at 2:42pm PDT\nAccording to a report by CBC, the Segre Ibaka Foundation recently teamed up with the Regent Park Community Food Centre with the hopes of providing fresh food to those in need. The partnership which is being called Fast Break Meals was kick-started by a donation from the player’s foundation to help improve the centre’s drop-in meal program.\nThanks to Ibaka’s contribution, the centre will now be able to provide thousands of healthy fresh meals to the less fortunate.\nIbaka spent his day at the centre hanging out with kids shooting hoops and serving them delicious jerk chicken meals. "One of the most important things I want to see is smiles on kids faces," the Raptors star told CBC in during an interview.