Last year we met Japanese chef, Keisuke Inagaki.
Who’d made a name for himself by creating incredible art in pancakes.
And as it’s Pancake Day today, we thought it would be a good opportunity to revisit Inagaki and see some of his other creations.
Last time we saw him creating incredible replicas of Pokémon and Anime.
And since then he’s been turning his hand replicating people’s pets.
Pancakes are traditionally eaten on Shrove Tuesday, which marks the beginning of Lent and dates back over 1000 years.
Pancakes first appeared in English recipe books in the 15th century.
And in the UK around 52 million eggs are used on Pancake Day - 22 million more than on an average day.
Inagaki’s pancake art has become so popular, he now runs classes to teach others how to create their own at home.
So this Shrove Tuesday, how about taking some inspiration from Inagaki and having a go at your very own pan cake art?