In his latest string of Instagram stories, Yellowstone star Ryan Bingham is showing off a recipe of his for an upcoming cookbook.
Walker fans rejoice! Ryan Bingham has recipes coming in a new cookbook collaboration with fellow country folk artist, Nathaniel Rateliff.
The two singer/songwriters are joining forces for “Meet Me At The Table”. The “community cookbook” will feature tons of fellow stars alongside Bingham and Rateliff.
Today, Bingham teases his own involvement with the book, coming from The Marigold Project.
New Cookbook Featuring Ryan Bingham On The Way
But just what is The Marigold Project? According to their Instagram page, “TMP is Nathaniel Rateliff’s foundation supporting nonprofit organizations and communities working on issues of economic, racial and social justice.”
Together Rateliff and likeminded celebrities are putting together the cookbook to benefit charity movement #FoodJustice.
“Meet Me At The Table” is a compilation of recipes from 35 musicians alongside profiles of food justice organizations,” Rateliff’s website clarifies. “Proceeds from the sale will benefit these groups, working for a vibrant food system that seeks a revitalized vision of agriculture centering the voices of people who get food to our plates.”
Others joining in with recipes include Adia Victoria, A.J. Haynes, Andreas Wild, and Big Freedia. Literally dozens of stars are coming together to make this community cookbook possible for charity.
Fans can also get limited edition signed copies that include signatures from Nathaniel Rateliff and Mark Shusterman.
The cookbook will be $40 for the standard hardcover, and $100 for a signed copy.
Bingham Recalls How He Got Cast on Yellowstone
To fans of Yellowstone, however, Ryan Bingham will be more familiar as ranch hand Walker. I.e. – the one Rip almost kills after a crazy string of murders. Thankfully for Walker – and Bingham – he’s spared by Kayce Dutton, and makes a return for the explosive events of Season 3.
Playing a colorful ex-con has its perks, but so does being a singer/songwriter. The ladder is, in fact, how Bingham was cast on Yellowstone. Speaking to PopCulture.com, Bingham recalls the story:
“I originally met Taylor a few years back when he wrote and directed a film called Wind River. He contacted me about writing a song for the film[.] I never seemed to come up with anything for the movies at that time that fit, but we always kept in touch and remained friends. And when this show started up, he contacted me again about possibly writing some songs and using some of the songs that I already had. After hanging out for a while, he learned that I had a history with rodeo and the cowboy thing. And so he said, ‘Heck, I got to write you into this show.’ And so that’s how that all started.”Ryan Bingham