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Eat, Cook, Travel, Shoot!
Eat, Cook, Travel, Shoot!

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Lye noodles is one step up from the Easy Homemade Noodles, but still super easy to make. Salt, water, lye water and flour and you get these super delicious, extra bouncy noodles like the traditional Japanese Ramen(Not the dried package stuff)! Making…
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This candied strawberries recipe is so easy and simple, delicious and you only 3 ingredients! You can also replace the strawberries with any fruit you have. Candied strawberries are often served on a stick in night markets of Taiwan, and is one of my…
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As a subtropical/ tropical island, Sesame Noodle Salad is a Taiwanese classic. It’s simply too hot in Taiwan to eat warm food sometimes(yet we enjoy a good hotpot no matter the time of year. This noodle is rich, nutty but the vinegar balanced it out well…
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Scallion pancake, 蔥油餅(Cōng Yóu Bǐng), tastes more like India’s paratha than American pancakes. These 4-ingredient pancakes are soft, flaky with layers stuffed with scallions. Super delicious with a side of simple garlic and chili soy sauce. It’s so…
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This is THE BROWNIE. That’s it. I’m sure that every blogger says that about their own brownie, but this is the one tried and true recipe my family loves. My family don’t care for sugar but love this brownie. It’s loaded with chocolate, reduced in sugar…
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Farmers markets in small towns are the cutest. Two weeks ago, we visited the Plainview Farmers Market for their opening day. They don’t have a lot of vendors yet but they have everything you’ll need at a reasonable price. Plainview is a town 30 minutes…
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Salted egg is a popular delicacy across Asia. Raw duck eggs are steeped in salt water for a month and the yolk changes its consistency. It is SUPER easy to make and the dishes created with it is AMAZING. The egg or yolk is often used in stir-frying to…
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Gua Bao is a cut-open steamed bun stuffed with tender, flavorful braised pork, pickled mustard, peanut powder, and cilantro. You can often find this tasty treat at night markets in Taiwan, it is so good that it has made its way across the globe, starting…
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Spicy pepper shrimp stir-fry with a perfect blend of spices, garlic, and spring onions. The ingredients are simple, the flavor is BIG. Taiwan really knows how to make seafood shine! This dish is a classic shrimp recipe in Taiwan, and it only takes 10…
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Peng Bing (椪餅), is a simple cookie-like snack that has been around for over a hundred years in Taiwan. It’s puffed-up, hollow in the center, crispy with a hint of sesame oil and brown sugar filling. Peng Bing doesn’t seem like much but it is a super…
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