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Depending on whether or not you’re a fan of stinky tofu, the prospects eating a hot pot whose broth features its ‘stinky’ juices will either excite or horrify you. I like stinky tofu quite a lot, but I’m not sure … Continue reading
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Ding Wang has been one of the hottest (in terms of popularity) hot pot restaurants in Taiwan for the past few years. The restaurant originated in Taichung, became extremely popular, and subsequently expanded to the culinary big leagues of Taipei. … Continue reading
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Day 15 – Pearl Hot Pot… Shabu Shabu was invented in Japan but popularized in Taiwan. I am almost certain that there are more shabu shabu restaurants per capita in Taiwan than anywhere else in the world. The restaurants span … Continue reading