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Meet John – BURGERS, BACON, MUSIC, MOVIES, OFFBEAT ADVENTURES & EXPLOITATION! @ johnrieber
I love great food, interesting books, fascinating travel, outrageous movies, and bacon, especially when it sits on top of a great cheeseburger! I work in entertainment – and I have been lucky enough to interview some really talented Artists – that guides my posts: interesting and provocative movies, music, social media and of course, food, since I believe strongly in the maxim, “everyone eats!”
Here’s the hot new fad in Japan – and it looks like delicious food art!
It’s called the “Kushi Pancake” or “Skewered Pancake”, and it’s from a restaurant in Osaka Japan.
Their unique breakfast involves skewering miniature pancakes on a stick, along with slices of fruit and marshmallows.
Customers then “dress” their mini-pancake skewers sauces, sprinkles and other condiments that are sitting nearby – what a fun idea to try and home with kids!
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7 thoughts on “August G…uest #17: A Unique Japanese Breakfast – Pancakes On A Stick!”
This is such a fun thing to do with children. Thank you for sharing.
Hope they will enjoy it, always good to see others posts for new ideas
I have another really unique one for kids as well…and plenty of fun ones for adults too…I’ve been accused of being a “baconholic” but you can do creative things with it!
That will be fantastic John. Just drop me a note when you wish to do it and I will be happy to work with you. Thank you also for joining on FB. Just one note when posting on FB my Admin will not permit any links from you own blog, so it has to be a regular fresh post without mention of any links. Thanks in advance and I am looking forward to seeing your posts on FB as well as here
I am going to share another one soon as well – you can have so much fun with breakfast in so many imaginative and healthy ways!
Got it! I will have something to share in a few days, and will do a version for Facebook with no links as well…