Nana and Papa were on their way home from their weekend getaway when they stopped for lunch at Koto’s Japanese Steakhouse.
We decided to sit at the cooking table where the chef cooks the food right in front of you!
Flat Stanley was really excited about this lunch! There was bamboo climbing up the walls and the people were really friendly.
Then the waitress rolled out a huge cart of cooking supplies, and set it next to the cooking table.
Flat Stanley asked the little guy up on top if he was the chef.
“No he replied, I just help put the flames out in case they get out of hand.”
The chef came out and heated up the grill very quickly.
“THIS grill is on FIRE!” he sang. This let everyone know it was part of the show and not to worry.
His little buddy had to come out and put out the flames!
When the chef started putting the food on the grill, Flat Stanley asked if he could help.
“You’ve got to move it move it,” Chef Nur sang. He liked to sing while he cooked. He knew a lot of songs.
Flat Stanley joined in when he started doing the WHIP WHIP Nae Nae song! That’s one of Flat Stanley’s favorites!
Then Chef Nur and Flat Stanley got down to business and put all the veggies, rice and meat on the hot griddle. It was sizzling hot!
“The key to good stir fry is a sizzling hot pan and quick movement. Like I said, you’ve got to move it move it…” Chef Nur sang again. “Fast and Steady, Fast and Steady.”
Flat Stanley helped Chef Nur put the food on Nana and Papa’s plate and they devoured it! That means they ate it really fast. It was so yummy!
When they got home, Flat Stanley decided to go to a friend’s house and show them what he learned today.
Emilee and Devin were really fast learners too! Flat Stanley showed them how to safely chop chop chop.
“You have to be really careful with the big knife,” he explained.
“Turn it up high and stir like you fly, fast and steady on the ready!”
Emilee and Devin are wonderful chef’s and they were so happy to plate up some food for the family.
When Flat Stanley went in to let Alissa know that dinner was ready, he copied Nana’s screachy line; “Ohhhh it’s time for, DIIIINNNNNAAAAAAAAAhhhhhhhhh” He said.
As he was hanging on the last part of the ahhhhh, he noticed the beautiful artwork Alissa was working on and cut the last of the ahhhhhh short.
He went over to look a little closer. She showed him how to shade and shadow and he showed her how to move it move it, so they could get to DINNnnaaaahhh!!!!
It was delicious and everyone was smiling! I hope this finds you smiling too. Enjoy your day and thank you for sharing the pics!