May 28th, 2012 by Sugar Love Designs

Yum Yums

Thursday I had the privilege to go to a hibachi grill for lunch…..



According to our wonderful friends at Wikipedia Hibachi comes with some history.


It is not known when the hibachi was first used in Japan. However, written records suggest that it was used by the Heian period (798-1185 AD). Owing to the low availability of metal in Japan, early hibachis were made from dug-out cypress wood lined with clay. However, craftsmen soon began to make more decorative versions with lacquered finishes, gold leaf,
and other artistic embellishments. Stronger materials such as metal and
ceramics became popular over time. Traditional hibachis can be very
attractive objects in themselves and are today sometimes sold as antiques.

Restaurants use the Hibachi Grilles to put on an awesome show which involves food……yum!

Let the Show begin…….

Oh Oh and we are off with a dud,ย  the flaming smiley face is a cloud full of smoke ๐Ÿ™
Appetizer arrive and the ๐Ÿ™‚ comes roaring back!
He got busy on the Grille…..I attempted to catch broccoli with my mouth but my eye did a better job of catching the broccoli.


He was able to make up for the dud in the beginning with this onion volcano….he put out the flames with a fireman who also thought we were on fire ๐Ÿ™‚ I would recommend a Hibachi lunch any day and it definitely is a pick me up!

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