How to Cut Sashimi with Chef Taichi Kitamura
Have you ever wondered how to cut and use the saku or sashimi blocks you find in our seafood department? Watch along as Chef Taichi Kitamura, owner & chef of Sushi Kappo Tamura, demonstrates how to properly cut saku and how to use the cut pieces for sushi.
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Shokupan is Japanese style white bread, characterized by its square shape, and soft and fluffy texture. We’re happy to carry shokupan made by Oyatsupan, a bakery in Beaverton, Oregon, that specializes in Japanese style baked goods, using no preservatives.
Ikura, also known as salmon roe or salmon caviar refers to the round orange salmon eggs that is one of the most popular sushi toppings. They are known for their juicy texture that “pops” with each bite. Find a variety of hand packed ikura in our seafood department.
Holy Bee’s Basque Burnt Cheesecakes
Enjoy your afternoon tea with this sweet treat! This cheesecake is the signature item of local bakery, Holy Bee’s Bakery. Try this creamy cheesecake with crème brulee flavor and caramelized top with a jiggly custardy center today!
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