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More Food And Snacks In Taiwan

TIME IS DRAWING NEAR...

Another one more day of Taiwan food and we would be on our way back to our country.  Come on, let's food marathon as much we possibly can!  For me, shopping is not a priority, there is nothing much for me to buy, I only got some dry snacks home besides buying a piggie luggage tag, a piggie keychain and piggie that can shout "Oink, Oink" .... Yes, everything Piggies!!  Not easily accessible over here back in Ipoh.  LOL..

Other than that, the trip is Food and more Food...
Dumpling with meat and topped with crushed peanuts!
I like savoury and sweet... my kind of combination!
We went for the second dumpling, this time I requested more peanuts!
Yummy!!
And I think this was yam ice cream with crushed peanuts, 
wrapped with popiah skin...
I cannot remember what these are... 
must be meat dumplings too from the night market.. 
These are food-tastic!!
Do we have these in Malaysia?
So full and filled to the brim!
So Yammy! 
Yes, we have to share out these four pieces of bread... 
Another bowl of mee sua... this is a Must!
My satisfying grin for the day!
LOL... 

Comments

  1. Luckily I had lunch liao or else sure can't sit still after looking at the food especially the loaded bread. LOL!

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  2. So you did not eat the smelly tofu, after all?

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    1. Oh! You did! Just saw your reply to my comment on your previous post.

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  3. Interesting dumpling with peanuts. I like savoury and sweet combo too.
    That thick sandwich, I think I saw it in one of the food show. Taiwan's Street food.

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  4. One is yam and egg toast. What about the other one? Egg and cheese toast with any other fillings?

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  5. The sandwiches look overstuffed ad awesome! What is in them?

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  6. The food is so yummy esp the yam ice cream with peanuts and popiah skin.

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  7. So in Taiwan you get to taste all sorts of different food. Wish I could enjoy one of them. :)

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  8. Yam ice cream is my favourite, the sandwiches look loaded and yummi-licious, just nice for me as i am a big eater

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  9. Now I understand why this is a food tasting trip. So many varieties to try.

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