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In order: Green Eggs & Ham with rainbow Who-Cakes; Beezlenut Juice.
Photos (3): Courtesy IHOP

Ihop_logoweb In honor of the Dr. SeussHorton Hears a Who! film, which opens nationwide today, that beloved American road trip accessory and hangover-helper, The International House of Pancakes, is opening up to the possibility of imaginary, rainbow food.

The Green Eggs and Ham, thankfully, are not a food-color dye-job, but the artful scrambling of spinach, eggs, and ham. I was sold at the rainbow stack of buttermilk Who-Cakes, dripping with boysenberry, blueberry, rainbow chocolate chips, and topped with a pink lollipop.

But while this may be a fun pit stop for the big kids, who would want to baby-sit the sugar-mad toddler who consumes all this?

Check out this little bonus of rainbow flavor with your classic Americana cuisine anytime from now until April 20th.

Horton Hears a Who!, incidentally, stars Steve Carell, who played the Proust-saturated, gay uncle in the campy road trip movie, Little Miss Sunshine (2006), which did not include any IHOPs.


In order: Green Eggs & Ham with rainbow Who-Cakes; Beezlenut Juice.
Photos (3): Courtesy IHOP

In honor of the Dr. SeussHorton Hears a Who! film, which opens nationwide today, that beloved American road trip accessory and hangover-helper, The International House of Pancakes, is opening up to the possibility of imaginary, rainbow food.

The Green Eggs and Ham, thankfully, are not a food-color dye-job, but the artful scrambling of spinach, eggs, and ham. I was sold at the rainbow stack of buttermilk Who-Cakes, dripping with boysenberry, blueberry, rainbow chocolate chips, and topped with a pink lollipop.

But while this may be a fun pit stop for the big kids, who would want to baby-sit the sugar-mad toddler who consumes all this?

Check out this little bonus of rainbow flavor with your classic Americana cuisine anytime from now until April 20th.

Horton Hears a Who!, incidentally, stars Steve Carell, who played the Proust-saturated, gay uncle in the campy road trip movie, Little Miss Sunshine (2006), which did not include any IHOPs.


In order: Green Eggs & Ham with rainbow Who-Cakes; Beezlenut Juice.
Photos (3): Courtesy IHOP

In honor of the Dr. SeussHorton Hears a Who! film, which opens nationwide today, that beloved American road trip accessory and hangover-helper, The International House of Pancakes, is opening up to the possibility of imaginary, rainbow food.

The Green Eggs and Ham, thankfully, are not a food-color dye-job, but the artful scrambling of spinach, eggs, and ham. I was sold at the rainbow stack of buttermilk Who-Cakes, dripping with boysenberry, blueberry, rainbow chocolate chips, and topped with a pink lollipop.

But while this may be a fun pit stop for the big kids, who would want to baby-sit the sugar-mad toddler who consumes all this?

Check out this little bonus of rainbow flavor with your classic Americana cuisine anytime from now until April 20th.

Horton Hears a Who!, incidentally, stars Steve Carell, who played the Proust-saturated, gay uncle in the campy road trip movie, Little Miss Sunshine (2006), which did not include any IHOPs.

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