If you’ve ever been to a Hibachi restaurant you know that you’re in for both dinner and a show! The first time I went was with my family when I was a teenager, and now it’s a fun date-night restaurant we love to go to a few times a year.
If you’re not familiar with Japanese Hibachi or teppanyaki, imagine sitting around a large, hot hibachi grill where a chef is standing in the center, cooking a dinner made up of meat or seafood, fresh vegetables, and rice. While he cooks he is entertaining the table with food and knife tricks, and cracking jokes. It’s entertaining and the food is delicious!
One of my goals with this site is to show my Cookies how to make restaurant quality meals in your own kitchen. Call me crazy, but I truly believe anyone can cook with the right guidance. Good food looks intimidating. Especially, when the chefs are flipping eggs in hats, lighting fires, and juggling spatulas! Coop can’t teach you that unfortunately. BUT, I can show you how to make a Hibachi dinner at home that will rival your favorite restaurant!
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