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Fat Fook: The Real Taste of Taiwan Now in Manila

Taiwan is a multi-cultural food paradise, that has recently been a favored destination by travelers and foodies alike. Despite being heavily influenced by the Dutch, Japanese, and Chinese who conquered them, their identity still exists.  819 more words

Food Trips Around The Metro

48 Hours in Taipei | Good Eats

I can’t believe it’s been three months since we got back from Taiwan. The past couple months have been quite busy for us, making it difficult to process all our photos and write posts about them. 730 more words


Chòudòufǔ (stinky tofu)

Perhaps one of the best known (or should I say, notorious?) Chinese street food dishes in the West – and no doubt the one that people would find most objectionable – is  803 more words

Street Food

The Shopping District of Ximending

It’s easy to get caught up in everything that you can see in Ximending: the food, shopping, sights, and if you’re lucky like us, a film shoot. 280 more words


Stinky Tofu

Stinky tofu is called that for a reason. The reason being, it’s tofu and it’s stinky. It’s made by putting blocks of tofu in a brine of fermented – read rotting – vegetables and herbs for a week or so. 207 more words


Popular Taiwanese foods we cannot miss(1)

If I was granted anything I wanted for my last meal, I would choose, with no hesitation, Taiwanese food, the best thing I ever ate. 1,011 more words