Maine's most popular TikTok star put out quite a spread of food yesterday!

Yesterday, as we remembered the tragic events of September 11th, 2001, an amazing young man showed his appreciation for our first responders in Lincoln!

So happy to give back to our local heroes! Thank you first responders! #firstresponders #911 #neverforget #september11

Adam Libby is one heck of a cook. He, and his sister who hail from Lincoln, put together two videos each week that show off Adam’s rather impressive chef skills, and people are loving it.

He paid a visit to the Lincoln Fire Department, and put together a delicous meal for everyone there. Mac n' cheese, pulled pork, baked beans & other tasty treats were on the menu, for the hard working men and women, who are police officers, fire fighters, paramedics and EMT's.

Many of Adam's fans on Instagram and TikTok weighed in on this amazing video:

Chef you are awesome and and keep doing what you do your videos make me smile and love the recipes

First responder family here, love this, he has so much love to share 💞

Tim Bauer
Adam you are a true inspiration! If more people spread kindness like you the world would be such a better place.

Taylor Bryant
Way to go, Adam!! The food looks amazing and you look so awesome in that helmet! ❤️🇺🇸

Adam Wilkinson
Great looking food bud! U always turn out some great cooks! Way to treat the first responders!

Thank you for taking care of your local first responders.

Adam’s TikTok page has a whopping 2.5 million followers and his videos have received over 30 million likes. And just about every single time I check his videos out, I notice that the number takes a huge jump. People are really responding to his content.

He was born with Down Syndrome, and his TikTok success makes for an amazing and inspiring story that can't help but make you feel good. Plus. you can learn quite a bit about cooking some mouth-watering meals.

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