Alaska Small Business Development Center

Japan in Alaska

August 31, 2020

Alaska blueberry homemade marshmallows; matcha swiss roll with Alaska rhubarb mousse. Oishi Bakery in Fairbanks glistens with sugar and blooms with the loft of puff pastry. The bakery uses healthy, quality ingredients to create Japanese baked goods and entrees featuring Alaska ingredients. “Oishi” means delicious in Japanese and owner Shelly Jensen aims to uphold the Oishi Bakery name by creating memorable cuisine with locally sourced flavors. Dishes include desserts like black sesame swiss rolls and decadent chocolate sandwich langues de chat and beautiful lunch plates like onigiri (rice balls) and hearty miso soup. Read on over at Edible Alaska

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