MEMPHIS, TN (abc24.com) - He cooked for the First Lady and Wednesday night had the Memphis City Council rolling in laughter. The Council honored 10-year-old Logan Guleff for the recipe that won him a trip to the White House last month. As Council members found out, it's not just Logan's recipe that make him stand out in a crowd.
He may have been the smallest member of the audience, but he certainly stood out, posing for pictures with the Mayor, even keeping Councilman Jim Strickland on his toes, correcting his pronunciation of "quinoa."
His tuna schooners earned him a coveted spot at Michelle Obama's Kids State Dinner at the White House.
Strickland told the council, "Logan's accomplishment is incredibly inspiring when considering his young age, the creativity to make the item and the volume of entries received."
It also earned the pint sized chef recognition from the City Council. Logan told the council he was honored to be there, "It's been a lot of fun and a big pleasure for me to speak in a City Council meeting... My first City Council meeting and I get to speak at it!"
He even handed out samples of his award winning recipe along with what he hopes will soon be an award winning BBQ rub, complete with grilling instructions.
Harold Collins made a motion to have Logan cook the council lunch for them sometime at a reasonable price.
Logan was also a top five finalist in the "Jif... Most Creative Peanut Butter Sandwich" contest.
He says he wants to tackle the grill next.