Teen chef whips up duck confit to benefit kids with cancer

Upper East Side high school freshman Joshua Small is cooking up hope.

Small, a French-American student at the Lycée Français de New York, regaled 60 diners as the acting executive chef of East Harlem’s Tastings NYC Saturday, a “Youth to Youth” dinner to raise money for the sick children at the Ronald McDonald House-New York.

“I’m proud to be a kid helping other kids,” the self-taught chef, who’s only taken one training course at Lower Manhattan’s Institute of Culinary Education, told The Post. 

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