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  Sake-Drenched Postcards - Beard Papa: Cream on Broadway
Two cream puffs, pipin' hot, as the Beard Papa motto reads, are then plucked out of a nearby box by a female Japanese staff member and tossed into a paper bag.
And since its opening in March, Beard Papa's new shop in New York has had tens of thousands of cream puffs exit its doors as a part of the latest New York food fad.
Beard Papa's scruffy, fatherly logo, complete with watchman's cap and pipe, acts as a greeter, silently encouraging customers strolling past the shops to pay a visit.
www.bigempire.com /sake/beard_papa.html   (924 words)

  
  Beard Papa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Beard Papa is a Japanese company founded in 1997.
Their trademark product is the Beard Papa cream puff, a choux pastry shell stuffed with whipped cream custard.
The Beard Papa cream puff induced a cream puff craze in Singapore and saw queues made up of people from all walks of life forming outside the stall in Takashimaya Food Square.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Beard_Papa   (120 words)

  
 Beard Papa's Cream Puffs - San Francisco - Yelp
Beard Papa's cream puffs are good when you eat them on the spot.
On top of that, Beard Papa's never give notice if they run out of something so if you stand in line for 30 minutes, you may find out that everything is "gone" except for the vanilla cream puffs.
Beard Papa actually makes me glad that I live in Berkeley....a safe distance, and BART ride, away from their euphoric creamy deliciousness.
www.yelp.com /biz/Nw8h8pc4TzHdVlPA3gsOlA   (3130 words)

  
 QSR Magazine | Meet Beard Papa’s
On a trip to Tokyo in 2001, Ogihara saw a line of people waiting outside a Beard Papa’s shop and so she did what Japanese shoppers tend to do when they see a queue outside an unfamiliar food establishment: she joined the end of the queue to see what could be so good.
In fact, Beard Papa’s management had thought of expanding to the U.S. market for some time, but lacking the language skills, local market knowledge, and bureaucratic expertise, they had decided to build their operations closer to home until a suitable opportunity arose.
Beard Papa’s has no plans to go public at this point and thus can keep greater control over the presentation, sales, and freshness of its products—and thus over its brand and reputation, explains Ogihara.
www.qsrmagazine.com /issue/74/beard_papas.phtml   (2950 words)

  
 Cream puff with weird name going Hawaiian - The Honolulu Advertiser - Hawaii's Newspaper
Beard Papa joins other nationally-branded pastry shops that have expanded to Hawai'i in recent years and in some cases received overwhelming initial response from local consumers.
Beard Papa said its baked cream puffs are made with a soft inner dough (what chefs call choux pastry) surrounded by a crispier pie-crust shell.
Watanabe said the Beard Papa cream puffs are creamy and light, and aren't as sweet as most local varieties: "That's what makes that cream puff good," he said.
the.honoluluadvertiser.com /article/2005/Jul/13/bz/507130327.html   (814 words)

  
 Honolulu Star-Bulletin Features /2005/03/02/
Beard Papa, it's called, and it has a status in Japan equivalent to, say, Krispy Kreme here -- a bit of mystical, magical specialness that you can have for a buck and a half.
Beard Papa is a Japanese collective of bakeries -- more than 200 strong throughout Japan, Korea, China, Taiwan and Singapore.
Beard Papa takes an all-natural approach -- no preservatives added -- but the public appeal is more likely the unique pastry.
www.starbulletin.com /2005/03/02/features/story1.html   (1140 words)

  
 Beard Papa's Cream Puffs | Fun business opportunity from Japan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Papa's immense popularity is based on the whipped cream and custard combination inside its cream puffs.
Beard Papa is scouting for additional sites in New York and in other US cities including Philadelphia, Chicago, and San Francisco.
Like Krispy Kreme (featured earlier), Beard Papa is rapidly becoming one of those cult snack brands, based on great quality combined with unorthodox marketing.
www.springwise.com /newbusinessideas/beardPapa.htm   (251 words)

  
 Beard papa hollywood Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Beard Papa Hollywood are great for when you're looking to get better at beard papa hollywood for selfish purposes.
I tried Beard Papa cream puff in NY and it was so good I can’t wait for the Hollywood one.
Beard Papa likes to knead all his natural flavors into his dough.
hollywood.1infochest.info /homes-for-sale-in-hollywood/beard-papa-hollywood.html   (280 words)

  
 A taste of Asia in a pastry puff
It's a top secret recipe, of course, and the Beard Papa pastry shell is even patented in Japan, with patents pending in North America.
Beard Papa's pastry shells are beige-colored clouds that neatly fill the palm of the hand.
In Hawaii, Beard Papa puffs could soon be found at a major grocery chain, and over the next year the company will expand to the Midwest and Florida, Takiguchi said.
www.azcentral.com /home/food/articles/0331japanesepasty31.html   (829 words)

  
 Ida May Beard. "My Own Life, or, a Deserted Wife"   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Beard, stepped to the mantel and took therefrom a small phial, placed it into his coat pocket and then summoned the physician at once.
Beard's pocket was the one in question I do not know, but to the best of my knowledge and belief think it to have been the same.
Beard had been borne to her last resting place, and the family once more at home, W. Beard, thinking himself alone in the room, stepped to the mantel,
docsouth.unc.edu /beard/beard.html   (19356 words)

  
 Beard Papa | Abstract Gourmet
The service is typically Japanese, with the girls yelling out greetings to everyone who comes near, and the procession then begins from bun, to cream filled bun, to cream filled bun with icing sugar on top, to cream filled bun with icing sugar on top in a wrapper in a box, in a bag.
Half the fun of Beard Papa is the whole show of them making it for you, which whilst not totally necessary, is kinda cool.
Incidentally, according to the Japanese head trainer, the name and face comes from the founders favourite uncle/grandfather when he was a child, whom he called papa and he had a beard.
abstractgourmet.com /2006/09/beard-papa   (501 words)

  
 JS Online: Competition or puffery?
With a cell phone on each hip and a whistle on his ID lanyard, Schmidt is the stalwart commander amid the flurry of activity at the Dairy Bakery at the fair, which opened Thursday.
The popularity of America's first Beard Papa's store has surpassed the company's expectations, Ogihara says in a phone call from the 14-seat store, which has been selling 3,000 to 5,000 cream puffs a day and is getting single orders exceeding 300.
Based on the reception to Beard Papa's, Paul says it's a fair bet that some entrepreneur will be opening a competing cream pufferie soon.
www.jsonline.com /onwisconsin/dining/aug04/249665.asp   (1606 words)

  
 beard papa's cream puffs by Muginoho USA, Inc.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
The trademark of our cream puff specialty stores is a "beard papa" against a bright yellow background.
Beard papa's cream puffs consist of a two-layer shell.
The inner shell is a choux pastry shell and the outer shell is a piecrust.
www.muginohousa.com /creampuffs.html   (372 words)

  
 Works completion and other stories
Beard Papa's logo is a cartoon of a bearded man that looks a little like Earnest Hemingway.
I can't think that "papa" Hemingway, the macho alcoholic author of "The snows of the Kilimanjaro" would approve of his likeness and nickname being used to market cream puffs.
"Beard Papa" could be a reference to Karl Marx and the paternalistic communist state.
www.angelfire.com /darkside/danwilcock/completion.html   (1366 words)

  
 Being Jewish - Fall 2004 - For His 100th Birthday They Gave Him Jerusalem
Once, Papa was approached while enjoying the sunshine on "his" bench, by a gentleman identifying himself as a "delivery boy" who had worked in the folks’ store in the 1940s, driving the truck and delivering groceries that customers had ordered by telephone.
Papa didn’t attend synagogue services very often, and as a child I asked my mother about that.
Papa with the former mayor of Jerusalem, Teddy Kollek.
www.beingjewish.org /magazine/fall2004/article6.html   (1043 words)

  
 Washington Square News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
From its Smurf-esque mascot to the absurd poem transcribed on its walls, Beard Papa, a new import to the United States, offers products whose delectability is only trumped by the bizarreness of their surroundings.
However, Beard Papa is by no means a one trick patriarch.
Though Beard Papa is the first dedicated cream puffery on the Manhattan scene, it's not without its competition in the cream craze arena.
www.nyunews.com /printcontent.html?fid=8297   (595 words)

  
 About Beard Papa Norcal
Beard Papa on the Upper West Side Gothamist.com
The first U.S. based Beard Papa store opened in the exclusive Upper Westside of Manhattan in 2004 with much fanfare, attracting the attention of trend setters, visitors and locals looking for a "sweet sensation".
Currently, operating franchises in New York, New Jersey, Boston, Hawaii, Los Angeles, and San Francisco with new stores planned across the US and Canada, Beard Papa is owned by Muginoho Co. Inc of Japan and has almost 300 outlets throughout Japan and Asia.
beardpapasf.com /about.htm   (194 words)

  
 'Ono Kine Grindz: Beard Papa's Cream Puffs
Beard Papa has been generating a lot of gossip within blogging circles lately.
The difference between beard papa and regular creampuffs lies mainly with the pastry dough.
Beard Papa's cream puffs are to die for.
onokinegrindz.typepad.com /ono_kine_grindz/2004/11/beard_papas_cre.html   (3549 words)

  
 North Jersey Media Group providing local news, sports & classifieds for Northern New Jersey!
Beard Papa, 250 Main St. at Center Avenue, Fort Lee (inside the Parisienne Bakery).
A second Beard Papa is expected to open mid-March in Garden State Plaza in Paramus.
Beard Papa is a worldwide chain of cream puff stores.
www.bergen.com /page.php?qstr=eXJpcnk3ZjczN2Y3dnFlZUVFeXk2MTUmZmdiZWw3Zjd2cWVlRUV5eTY2NTY4MzcmeXJpcnk3ZjcxN2Y3dnFlZUVFeXkxNQ==   (516 words)

  
 A Paradise Called Texas
Papa, Uncle Christian, and Opa were sitting at the oaken table in the center of the room.
Papa had called her kleine Mina ever since she could remember.
Papa and Uncle Christian had disagreements and were not fond of each other.
www.oldcardboard.com /lsj/olbooks/apct/pct1.htm   (1058 words)

  
 what about the plastic animals?: March 2004
Based on a tip I read last week on Gothamist I went to Beard Papa Sweets Cafe on the Upper West Side (on Broadway between 76th and 77th) yesterday to try one of their cream puffs.
I may get in trouble for saying this, but Beard Papa's cream puffs may be better than the cream puffs my sister makes.
As their Korean website says, Beard Papa "pursues handmade, freshness and deliciousness, and paricular about the naterial and addition thing such as antiseptic never uses for health".
jschumacher.typepad.com /joe/2004/03/index.html   (3910 words)

  
 Guest Features GantsehMegillah.com
As the oldest child in a large, poor family in Poland, Papa’s own formal schooling had ended with his Bar Mitzvah when he was 13.
Years later, when enjoying the sunshine on “his” bench, Papa was approached by a gentleman identifying himself as a “delivery boy” who had worked in the folks’ store in the 1940s, driving the truck and delivering groceries that customers had ordered by telephone.
When the inquiring reporter asked the secret of his long life Papa pointed a hand to the sky and said, “He’s lost my computer card.” Papa didn’t attend synagogue services very often, and as a child I asked my mother about that.
www.pass.to /tgmegillah/features1.asp?id=135   (997 words)

  
 Santas - Old World Father Christmas - pine cone all natural art figures   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Each Papa Noel is made with an oversized pine cone body.
Gabriele Hannah, a European artist recently living in London, and now Germany, hand paints the wooden faces for Grace's Papa Noel© figures.  Her European heritage enables her to capture on each individual face the charming, Old World Christmas tradition.
Papa's lush beard is created from authentic Spanish moss gathered from ancient oaks in the deep South.
www.pineconepapanoel.com   (301 words)

  
 Peacock Nine: Food Archives
First Beard Papa's, now Wow Bao-- Asian inspired buns are certainly hot these days.
According to this week's Economist, Beard Papa's has reached the shores of the USA.
The fact that the product is baked, not fried will give Beard Papa's an edge with the members of the Atkins cult.
www.peacocknine.com /blog/archives/cat_food.php   (573 words)

  
 Cooking with Amy
While they have just opened their first US shop, since 1997 the oddly named Beard Papa has been innovating that French classic, the cream puff in Japan.
So along comes Beard Papa making fresh cream puffs to order, and filling them with a combination of custard and whipped cream that is just too delicious for words.
They claim that their cream puffs are in fact a two-layer shell, the inner shell being choux pastry and the outer shell being pie crust which makes them so perfectly crispy and light.
cookingwithamy.blogspot.com /2004/06/beard-papashop.html   (365 words)

  
 Cream puff comeback - August 10, 2005
But health concerns seem to be the furthest things from the minds of the people standing in lines on the East Coast at Japan-based Beard Papa’s and Choux Factory, which is New York-based but has Japanese owners.
Beard Papa’s has six stores in New York and New Jersey and plans to expand to California, Nevada and Hawaii, said Craig Takiguchi, executive vice president of Muginoho USA, Inc., the U.S. division of the chain’s parent company.
Beard Papa’s, which began in Japan in 1997, had about $300 million in revenue in the last fiscal year, more than double from 2003.
www.mailtribune.com /archive/2005/0810/biz/stories/01biz.htm   (968 words)

  
 caseyporn: Beard Papa's: Japanese Cream Puffs in New York
I found out about a place called Beard Papa's, with a couple of locations in New York.
Check out these Beard Papa photos first for some idea of what the store is like.
Beard Papa's, 740 Broadway near Astor Place, and other locations I'm sure.
caseyporn.com /blog/archives/000558.html   (308 words)

  
 The latest import from Japan is sweet and gooey | csmonitor.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
When the Beard Papa Sweets Cafe opened in New York City in March, the city experienced weekend lines out the door not seen since Krispy Kreme doughnuts expanded northward.
Beard Papa, which boasts that it serves the world's best cream puffs, may be relatively unknown in this part of the world but the company has 240 stores around the globe The chain was founded in Osaka, Japan, seven years ago.
Beard Papa makes a baked two-layer shell: The inner layer is a choux pastry, and the outer is like a pie crust.
www.csmonitor.com /2004/0513/p11s01-lifo.html   (703 words)

  
 Beard Beard   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Rebecca Beard A popular metaphysical practitioner of the 1950/60's Rebecca Beard was widely known in the 1950/60's as a gifted speaker and teacher in the field of spiritual therapy.
Bill Beard is the true pioneer of scuba diving in Costa Rica, diving there for the first time in 1970 from dug out canoes.
She can't believe he wouldn't shave, considering his beard is such an ugly color and with no more of it than he can grow.
www.menpromo.com /beard/beardbeard   (1529 words)

  
 Gothamist: Beard Papa Heads Downtown
NYU students and other Union Square/East Village residents will appreciate the fact that the delicious cream puffs of Beard Papa is coming to Astor Place.
Gothamist had no idea Beard Papa was moving there (we tend to walk down Lafayette), until Jesse Chan-Norris sent us a link to some photographs...
Gothamist had no idea Beard Papa was moving there (we tend to walk down Lafayette), until Jesse Chan-Norris sent us a link to some photographs (including the one above).
www.gothamist.com /archives/2004/08/05/beard_papa_heads_downtown.php   (336 words)

  
 WeeklyDig : > Beard Papa lands at Quincy Market   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
The first time I tried a Beard Papa cream puff, I was living near Tokyo.
The Papa started in Osaka, but there’s some dispute as to the name’s origin.
Trainer Yoshinori Tanimoto tells me the founder's grandfather had a beard and often brought the family cream puffs home as a treat.
www.weeklydig.com /index.cfm/fuseaction/Article.view/issueID/5cd4b0be-1988-478e-93c7-9d52a7557888/articleID/30c3118c-15fd-4c65-ab70-fae13b173731/nodeID/8ea67746-b4d9-4901-88ec-65210e243151   (408 words)

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