Saturday, August 18, 2007

Sum Food

Here's a look at a little bit of the good food in Taiwan. We are surrounded by fresh seafood, noodles of every variety, hotpot (personal pots of boiling water for your chosen ingredients, dipped in your selected sauce), steamed dumplings, egg pancakes, and Japanese style lunchboxes (rice, pickled veggies, egg, mini-eyes-staring-at-you fish, delicious tofu, etc.). There is much to say about the food here, so I will let the photos do the talking. Look for future posts on desserts, vegetarian dishes, etc.

****HotPot Buffet - note the seafood (squid, octopus, shark, etc)********Mushrooms, Taro, Fish Products, Green Beans, Yum****
****Fill up your plate as you please, add desired spices to pot, boil, and voila!****
****Different Restaurant: Deep Fried Tofu (Doufu) - less heavy than it sounds; light and crispy on the outside, warm and soft inside****
****Tea and Pastry - lots of good bread and pastry stores here***
****Night Market Steamed Dumpling Deals****

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