Logan and Scenic Rim locals can now cook like Jamie Oliver with the launch of his Ministry of Food Mobile Kitchen in Yarrabilba.
The Mobile Kitchen has rolled into town for 17 weeks, offering unique cooking programs for adults and children.
The mobile kitchen kicked off on Saturday with an open day for budding home cooks and culinary kids.
Kitchen tours, cooking demonstrations, face painting and giveaways will were on offer on Expedition Road.
The Mobile Kitchen is offering school holiday classes, which have already started, and a five-week food course for adults, which begins on January 28.
Using the English chef's recipes, participants will learn comprehensive kitchen skills for cooking, buying, storing, and eating fresh and healthy foods.
"We know that when children learn to cook, they tend to have better diets and continue healthy habits into adulthood," Jamie's Ministry of Food Mobile Kitchen Queensland manager Rhiannon Hutchinson said.
"This is a great opportunity, not only for kids these school holidays, but also for adults looking to brush up on their cooking skills and learn Jamie's top tips for creating fresh, affordable and delicious meals."
The program is delivered by the Good Foundation, which says it is on a mission to reach Australians who do not eat properly.
The foundation says 94 per cent of adults do not eat enough fruit and vegetables each day.
"We're encouraging the Logan community and beyond to take full advantage the Mobile Kitchen whilst it's in town, Good Foundation chief executive Siobhan Boyle said.
"The classes are engaging, affordable and full of great tips to take home."