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A KIND OF DELICATE FOOD!!!

 
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RACHEL WEI



Joined: 18 Jun 2003
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 18, 2003 8:15 am    Post subject: A KIND OF DELICATE FOOD!!! Reply with quote

HELLO ALL~~ Very Happy
MY FAVORITE FOOD IS JAPANESE & TAIWANESE FOOD.
I LIVE IN TAIWAN. IN TAIWAN, THERE ARE ALL KIND OF FOOD LIKE~ KOREAN, CHINESE, JAPANESE, AMERICAN, JAPANESE , AND SO ON.
I WANT TO RECOMMEND IS TAIWANESE FOOD.
ACCOUNT:
1. IT IS VERY DELICATE.
2.IT IS VERY CHEAP. IT IS ALWAYS UNDER US$1.
I TRUST IF U TEST, U WILL LOVE IT!!! Very Happy

DO U KNOW ANY TAIWANESE FOOD?
DO U EVER TASTE ANY TAIWANESE FOOD?
PLS TELL ME !!!
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Bridget Cheng



Joined: 19 Jun 2003
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 19, 2003 6:21 am    Post subject: Re: A KIND OF DELICATE FOOD!!! Reply with quote

[quote="RACHEL WEI"]HELLO ALL~~ Very Happy
MY FAVORITE FOOD IS JAPANESE & TAIWANESE FOOD.
I LIVE IN TAIWAN. IN TAIWAN, THERE ARE ALL KIND OF FOOD LIKE~ KOREAN, CHINESE, JAPANESE, AMERICAN, JAPANESE , AND SO ON.
I WANT TO RECOMMEND IS TAIWANESE FOOD.
ACCOUNT:
1. IT IS VERY DELICATE.
2.IT IS VERY CHEAP. IT IS ALWAYS UNDER US$1.
I TRUST IF U TEST, U WILL LOVE IT!!! Very Happy

DO U KNOW ANY TAIWANESE FOOD?
DO U EVER TASTE ANY TAIWANESE FOOD?
PLS TELL ME !!![/quote

Razz Hi! Dear Rachel,
I agree with you on that, Taiwanese food is absolutely fantastic!
Well,I think my favorite is "Chinese fondu" which's different kinds of food(most of them are vegetables) boiled in a big pot with exotic flavor soup.
Then you can have it drained or have it with the soup.Just try it whatever you like.
Yes,exactly,it's the typical Taiwanese way~~~wildand natural!Just as Taiwanese people do.
There's one more I'm gonna to recommend which is~~~"Smelly dried to-fu"(I'm not sure about the translation)
Hm....it's a bit difficult to describe that,but you'll completely keen on it if you have a try.
I know it's realy smelly for some people,but in my opinion...that's the point why I fancy it.
Trust me,have a try when you visit Taiwan,you won't regret for being alive.
(p.s..."The chicken testicle" is worth to taste as well.)[quote="Bridget"][/b]
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Bridget Cheng



Joined: 19 Jun 2003
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 23, 2003 5:36 am    Post subject: Have you tried the "pearl milk tea"? Reply with quote

Laughing Hiya:
"Pearls-milk-tea" perhaps is one of the most popular drinks in Taiwan,which has a really nice taste and a bit.....funny!
Why's that? Shocked
"Pearls-milk-tea" is a kind of ordinary milk tea,but what different is-we put some special chewy beans in it,that's why we name it "pearl".
The quality of the chewy beans is the point of a cup of "pearl milk tea".Basically,that is ,the chewer the better.
Only being Taiwan,you can simply have the most exotic pearls-milk-tea with it's lightly price.
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RACHEL WEI



Joined: 18 Jun 2003
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 24, 2003 6:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

THANK YOU BRIDGET FOR YOUR REPLY!!!
Very Happy I THINK U ARE A TAIWANESE TOO.
Shocked I DON’T KNOW "CHINESE FONDU"….
I LIKE ALL KIND OF TO-FU CUISINE!!!
"THE CHICKEN TESTICLE"~I NEVER TRY IT BEFORE.....AND I DON’T WANT TRY ALL MY LIFE….
"PEARLS-MILK-TEA" ~ I LIKE TO MAKE BY GREEN TEA.
IT’S NOT TOO SWEET & MORE KEEP FIT.
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winnieliao



Joined: 30 May 2003
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 26, 2003 8:52 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I like Japanese food too.
Laughing
the taste of Sushi, Japanese soup are fantastic.
But it is too expansive I think. Shocked

My family usually go to a Japanese restaurant about two or three times per month.

I think Japanese food is most healthily food all over the world too.

Do you think about this? Surprised
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peggy



Joined: 26 Jun 2003
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 26, 2003 9:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi~RACHEL Laughing
I Never taste any TAIWANESE FOOD.
BUT I want to introduce Koria traditional food.
There are many things as Kimchi, Bulgogi, beanpaste pot stew etc.
Kimchi is especially good for the body because it is fermentation food.
Kimchi is very delicious.

I especially like bulgogi.
Because it smell's good n taste too.
This food has many nutritive, so we have must eat this food.


Hope you also to attempt Koria food and like it?
Embarassed
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RACHEL WEI



Joined: 18 Jun 2003
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 27, 2003 2:53 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

UMM… Wink Rolling Eyes I DON’T LIKE KOREAN FOOD VERY MUCH…BECAUSE I DO NOT DARE TO EAT SPICY FOOD AND ONION. BUT I KNOW A NICE KOREAN RESTAURANT AT FOOD STREET
IN DAYEN TAKASHIMAYA DEPARTMENT STORE. IT’S DELICIOUS AND NOT TOO EXPENSIVE.
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