Katie and Bang
Congratulations to this month’s star employee, Katie, for getting into a Burton video with Mikkel Bang. I think that makes her famous for more than her ability to cook abelskivers. Everyone knows Burton and knows they have great riders; Mikkel is no exception.
The video isn’t going into one of their promos or films until November; free Skiveers for the first person to find the Burton video in the Fall. If you don’t know Mikkel, check out the video below.
Mikkel doesn’t do much tweeting, but when he does it looks like this:
Frisco Annual Egg hunt on Easter
And when you’re done, stop by Skiveers and have some tasty Skiveer Balls (which we will attempt to make egg shaped for the day)
A look at one way we do the Skiveers ball
Looking for something unique to eat? How about a memory maker for the whole family that’s inexpensive and unforgetable? Want an alternative to boring lunch?
Welcome to Skiveers. this restaurant is on Main Street in Frisco, Colorado and it has all of Summit county talking. The food is unique because we make Skiveers in the form of a ball. Omlet balls, Pizza Balls, Pancake balls. They all come with a flovored butter– isn’t that vierd?– no, because they are Danish. Stop by and try a sample.
Excited about Skiveers
When we make kids excited about Skiveers, that’s when we’re happiest. They ordered the Lumberjacks (Bluberries and chocolate). Thanks for coming and thanks for the picture.
Skiveers are for all ages but we do really well with families. Come on coming in!
Snowy day in Frisco
Most people have never had an Abelskiver, boo. At Skiveers, we think everyone shoud try our tasty Skiveers to really make sure they haven’t been missing out. If you have an allergy, we can help. Have a hankering for something extremely yummy? We can help. Welcome to Skiveers, enjoy your smile.
Peaks I and II
Skiveers is a new and unique restaurant experience in Frisco, Colorado. We start with fresh fruits, meats and cheeses and we roll them into a ball on a cast iron grill.
We seem to be in perpetual Spring in Frisco. Warmer temps , along with lots of fluffy snow, have made the last few weeks a pleasure. We love living in the high altitude. Smoothies are back in season and we are trying a new receipe that is all fruit, juice, and cocnut milk