Taiwanese eats.

 

 

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Sweet and sour fish.

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Beef noodle soup.

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Sashimi and smoked meats.

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Ramen.

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Very local dishes for our first lunch including pig cheeks, blood sausage and spare ribs.

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Taiwanese breakfast. Bao zi and sticky rice “tuan,” or ball.

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Soft shell crab.

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Fresh passion fruit.

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Coffee and pan steamed bun for breakfast in the park.

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Chinese eggplant with basil.

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Sticky oil rice under a bed of dried shrimp.

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Rice noodle soup with fish and pork balls.

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Taiwanese delicacy: unripe, pickled green mango in ice sugar.

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Korean tofu stew. After craving Korean food for a few days, I wasn’t about to eat anywhere unless it came highly recommended. This was one of my favorite meals because I poured (what seemed like) hours of internet research and transportation planning into making this the perfect experience.

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Rice cakes. “They were the best I’ve ever had.” -him.

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Sauteed cabbage. Probably the best I’ve ever had.

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