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Benihana celebrated children, and especially the children of St. Jude, on May 17, when the famed teppanyaki restaurant company donated 100 percent of proceeds of all children’s meals served that day to St. Jude.
In addition to the generous donation, Benihana closed its Memphis location on May 17 to host a private party for the patients and families of St. Jude. The guests were treated to delicious appetizers before the main attraction of a Benihana-style dinner. The children’s menu featured tender steaks, juicy chicken and succulent shrimp—all prepared and served by chefs, who delighted their guests seated around traditional teppanyaki tables. Shiny metal cooking utensils flashed as chefs juggled them over the flaming griddle. Hibachi vegetables sizzled on the side as delicacies were seared and pushed with precision around the steel cooktop. Raw eggs were tossed into the air and split by spatulas for the fried rice. The performing chefs enjoyed showing off their culinary flair and encouraged an eager patient or two to join in the show-stopping action. Each child left with a full tummy and a goodie bag filled with Benihana chop sticks, T-shirt, pen and a special “dessert sushi” made of Rice Krispies Treats topped with Swedish Fish gummy candies wrapped in strips of Fruit Roll-Ups.
Benihana’s annual benefit for St. Jude is part of the company’s Children Helping Children program. It is held in May in conjunction with Kodomo no Hi, or Children’s Day, in Japan, when the happiness of children is honored and celebrated.