Bring the family to David Burke's Famous PRIMEHOUSE Restaurant at The James Hotel in Chicago this Sunday for a special serving of Paul FrankDaddy Cakes® and a special visit by Julius the Monkey. - Julius will greet guests and pose for photos from 9-10 a.m. - Menu featuring specialty brunch boxes, including Paul Frank Daddy Cakes® - Giveaways including coloring sheets, Paul Frank pajamas (in limited quantities and sizes), and special offers at the Lincoln Park Paul Frank store - For one lucky guest: a $250 Paul Frank shopping spree
Warm your the belly of those you love with some of Daddy Cakes® latest baked goodness...PAUL FRANK's new "Boomerang Banana" or "Buttermilk Bridge" Pancakes.
Meet Julius the Lumberjack. He's gaga over Daddy Cakes® pancakes because they taste just the way Maw Julius use to make them without taking all day. Just Add Water.
Is this a perfect item or what? Nobody already has, it fits 99.9% of the time, is warm, and not a sweater. Not only that, it can also be shared with as many as 12 people....and you won't even need to sell the family cow.
Enjoy it for your very own pleasure...or if you are going to share these hot cakes you might want to get several because people are going to want more.
All Natural, All of the Way.
"Buttermilk Bridge" is rich, creamy and bakes up light and fluffy. Paul Frank & Julius traveled over many mountains and crossed so many crystal clear brooks on their way to discovering this delicious blend of buttermilk for their Buttermilk Bridge Pancake Mix. Made from natural ingredients from scratch, so you don't have to, these delicious cakes will keep you looking good.
"Boomerang Banana" has real banana pieces right inside giving a delicious flavor and aroma. Julius’ love of pancakes was first revealed in his book (Wild West Bonanza) - Now that story line has become a reality. Paul Frank Industries partnered with Daddy Cakes® and Julius brings you his favorite flavor, “Boomerang Banana” - sure to keep you coming back for more.
Many people think of "Fat Tuesday" as Mardi Gras time. It's the day before Lent - the same day is known as "Shrove Tuesday" which also happens to be "International Pancake Day". Why are we telling you this when you are in the throws of preparing for Christmas?
Well, the Officials of "PANCAKE DAY" & "The Pancake Hall of Fame" in Liberal, Kansas contacted us a few months back wanting Daddy Cakes® mixes for the baking contests and events to be held the four days leading up to the Grand Finale Race on February 16, 2010. For an event that has been going on for 500 years in England & 61 in the United States - We are incredibly honored!
This event reflects so much about what Daddy Cakes® is largely about.....bringing people together over great food and fun events. There's going to be contests for the best baked goods recipes created from our mixes and a race right through the middle of town with women flipping pancakes while running down Main Street.
Here's the back story:
In Olney, the Pancake Race tradition dates back more than 500 years to 1445. A woman engrossed in using up cooking fats (forbidden during Lent) was making pancakes. Hearing the church bells ring calling everyone to the shriving service, she grabbed her head scarf (required in church) and ran to the church, skillet and pancake in hand and still apron-clad. In following years, neighbors got into the act and it became a race to see who could reach the church first and collect a "Kiss of Peace" from the verger (bell-ringer.) The kiss is still the traditional prize in both races.
Racers must still wear a head scarf and apron and the runner must flip her pancake at the starting signal, and again after crossing the finish line, to prove she still has her pancake.
Winning scores have traded back and forth between the Olney, England and Liberal, Kansas. The record time was set in 2001 when three-time race winner Lisa Spillman of Liberal ran the 415-yard S-shaped course in 58.1 seconds.
One does have to wonder how they take something that can be completed in 58 seconds and stretch it out over 4 days?
Family has always been important to us. So when people started telling us that we made better baked goods that worked great for todays generation and that were easier for active families - everything around here got really exciting!