Celebrity chef Bruno Loubet has been so inspired by the food and produce of Logan that he has co-authored a book with Logan City Council.
A Taste of the City of Logan features new twists on favourite dishes such as Papaya Salad and Lamb Shanks along with uniquely Logan recipes such as Beenleigh Rum Egg Nog.
The cookbook comes with an accompanying booklet entitled Food Experiences of Logan which is an A-Z map of Logan’s best dining venues.
“Logan’s food is a lot like its people – colourful and diverse with something for everyone,” Bruno said.
“And you can’t get any more Logan than A Taste of the City of Logan because so much of the food in the recipes is sourced or produced locally.
“I hope this book, and the food at Regional Flavours, will give the public a taste of what Logan has to offer.”
Another Logan-inspired cookbook by former city food ambassador Poh Ling Yeow also proved a hit in kitchens.
Logan’s growing reputation for fine dining and food production will be served to an even broader audience at the Regional Flavours food and wine festival at South Bank Parklands on July 20-21.
Regional Flavours is a celebrity chef-studded showcase of the best produce the state has to offer and one of Queensland’s premier foodie experiences.
The City of Logan’s amazing culinary offerings will be displayed in the Flavours of the Regions precinct alongside wines from the Granite Belt, fruit and veggies from the Lockyer Valley, seafood from Moreton Bay and mouth-watering steaks from the Darling Downs.
A Taste of the City of Logan will be available at the Flavours of the Regions on the Little Stanley Street Lawns, throughout the Regional Flavours weekend.
After Regional Flavours the recipe book will be available at Council’s Customer Service Centres and Eats & Beats events or can be downloaded at visitlogan.com.au