星期五, 6月 15, 2012

CNN熱推40個不能錯過的台灣小吃


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CNN熱推40個不能錯過的台灣小吃


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           肉圓、鳳梨酥、臭豆腐、豬血糕 上榜


台灣美食小吃越來越在國外發光,美國有線電視新聞網CNN的CNN GO網站十三日刊文推薦台灣熱門的四十大小吃
,許多經典小吃皆紛紛列入名單內,這也讓遊客覺得在台灣一天吃三餐不滿足!


CNN GO網站指出,光是台北市就有20多條夜市街,台灣人對於小吃的重視,甚至可以用「追求美好的生活」來形容;文章也介紹,台灣小吃結合了許多特色的文化,其中有閩南、客家及潮州等料理,甚至還因為曾經是日本殖民地,融入了許多東洋味。


該報導的小吃範圍幾乎涵蓋了全台灣,從基隆的鼎邊銼Ding bian cuo)及淡水的阿給Agei)、鐵蛋(iron egg),到台南的棺材板coffin bread),以及最近在歐美相當熱門的珍珠奶茶bubble tea)、香氣四溢的滷肉飯、外國人又愛又恨的臭豆腐、酸酸甜甜的芒果冰Q彈有勁的肉圓等,也都被列入了名單內。


對此,韓國網友一天4萬人點閱認為看了此文章後,覺得台灣小吃看起來非常美味,有想要立即造訪台灣的衝動,也有網友覺得台灣的美食非常多,該網站遺漏了一堆。此外,更有在異鄉的台灣遊子直呼:「看到小吃圖片就好想家。」


CNN GO網站介紹,台灣小吃融合多元料理,包括閩南、潮州風味,由於曾為日本殖民地,小吃也少不了東洋味。文章更打趣,雖是三餐之外的小吃(small eat),從有如一座座小山般的「刨冰山(shaved ice mountain)」到大如人臉的「豪大大雞排(large fried chicken)」,台灣人的吃可是越來越「大」。



另有影片透過歌手盧廣仲等名人介紹誠品、夜市等台灣熱門景點。觀光局國際組長林坤源表示,台灣觀光及美食越來越獲國際媒體肯定及推薦,觀光局日前邀請有五千萬會員的美國汽車旅遊協會資深經理尼可拉斯(Nicholas)來台踩線,他吃過士林夜市大雞排後就念念不忘,說「在美國想到都要流口水。」


這篇報導全文刊登於:
40個不能錯過的台灣食物 40 Taiwanese foods we can't live without - CNNGo

1. Braised pork rice (滷肉飯)
2. Beef noodle (牛肉麵)
3. Oyster omelet (蚵仔煎)
4. Bubble tea (珍珠奶茶)
5. Coffin bread (棺材板)

6. Slack Season danzai noodles (擔仔麵)
7. Pan-fried bun (生煎包)
8. Gua bao (割包)
9. Iron egg (鐵蛋)
10. Pineapple cake (鳳梨酥)


11. Tian bu la (甜不辣)
12. Ba wan (肉圓)
13. Fried chicken (鹽酥雞)
14. Flaky scallion pancake (蔥抓餅)
15. Oyster vermicelli (蚵仔米線)

16. Stinky tofu (臭豆腐)
17. Sweet potato (地瓜)
18. Shaved ice mountain (刨冰山)
19. Pepper cakes (胡椒餅)
20. Din Tai Fung Dumpling House (鼎泰豐小籠包)


21. Fish ball soup (魚丸湯)
22. Ribs stewed in medicinal herbs (藥燉排骨)
23. Goose (鵝肉)
24. Ding bian cuo (邊趖)
25. Taiwanese sausage with sticky rice (大腸包小腸)

26. Mochi (麻糬)
27. Lantern soy sauce braised food (燈籠滷味)
28. Sun cakes (太陽餅)
29. Tube rice pudding (筒仔米糕)
30. Taiwanese breakfast
(燒餅油條)


31. Pig’s blood rice pudding (豬血米糕)
32. Three-cup chicken (三杯雞)
33. Tamsui Agei (阿給)
34. Fen yuan (粉圓)
35. Hot-star Large Fried Chicken (豪大大雞扒)

36. Anything with cuttlefish
(烤魷魚)

37. Aiyu jelly (愛玉冰)
38. Ke le bing (可樂餅)
39. Steamed spring roll (潤餅)
40. Spicy hotpot (麻辣火鍋) 



Food: it's serious, it's respected, it's all excellent in Taiwan.


Taiwanese food
Not to be underestimated: braised fatty pork with rice.

1. Braised pork rice (滷肉飯)

A Taiwanese saying goes, "Where there is a wisp of smoke from the kitchen chimney, there will be lurou fan" (braised pork with rice). The popularity of this humble dish cannot be overstated. 
"Lurou fan" is synonymous with Taiwan.
The Taipei city government launched a "braised pork rice is ours" campaign last year after Michelin’s Green Guide Taiwan claimed that the dish is from Shandong Province in mainland China.
A good bowl of lurou fan has finely chopped, not quite minced, pork belly, slow-cooked in aromatic soy sauce with five spices. There should be an ample amount of fattiness, in which lies the magic.
The meat is spooned over hot rice.
A little sweet, a little salty, the braised pork rice is comfort food perfected.
Jin Feng Lu Rou Fan (金峰滷肉飯), 10 Roosevelt Road, Section 1, Jhongjheng District, Taipei City; +886 2 2396 0808 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 免費 +886 2 2396 0808 end_of_the_skype_highlighting



Taiwanese food
Nothing like a good debate about beef noodles.

2. Beef noodle (牛肉麵)

You know it's an obsession when it gets its own festival.
Beef noodle soup is a dish that inspires competitiveness and innovation in chefs. Everyone wants to claim the title of beef noodle king.
From visiting Niu Ba Ba for one of the most expensive bowls of beef noodle soup in the world (TW$10,000, or US$334) to a serendipitous duck into the first makeshift noodle shack that you spot, it's almost impossible to have a bad beef noodle experience in Taiwan.
Lin Dong Fang's beef shanks with al dente noodles in a herbal soup are a perennial favorite. The streetside eatery’s secret weapon is the dollop of homemade chili-butter added last.
Lin Dong Fang (林東芳), 274 Bade Road, Section 2, Jhongshan District, Taipei City; +886 2 2752 2556 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 免費 +886 2 2752 2556 end_of_the_skype_highlighting; Niu Ba Ba (牛爸爸), No. 16, Alley 27, Lane 216, Section 4 Zhongxiao Donglu, Da'an District, Taipei City; +886 2 2778 3075/ +886 2 8771 5358 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 免費 +886 2 8771 5358 end_of_the_skype_highlighting 




Taiwanese food
The oyster omelet: the island's snack.

3. Oyster omelet (蚵仔煎)

Here's a snack that really showcases the fat of the land of Taiwan. You've got something from the sea and something from the soil.
The eggs are the perfect foil for the little oysters easily found around the island, while sweet potato starch is added to give the whole thing a gooey chewiness -- a signature Taiwan food texture.
No wonder it was voted best snack to represent the island in a poll of 1,000 Taiwanese by Global Views Monthly in 2007.
Lai's Egg Oyster Omelet (賴記雞蛋蚵仔煎), Ningxia Road Night Market; +886 2 2558 6177 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 免費 +886 2 2558 6177 end_of_the_skype_highlighting




Taiwanese food
Better than beer: bubble tea is a drink and a snack.

4. Bubble tea (珍珠奶茶)

Bubble tea is representative of the "QQ" food texture that Taiwanese love. The cute-sounding phrase refers to something that is very chewy, just like the tapioca balls that are the "bubbles" in bubble tea.
It is said that this unique drink was invented out of boredom. Liu Han-Chieh threw some sweetened tapioca pudding into her iced Assam tea on a fateful day in 1988 and one of the greatest Taiwanese exports was born.
Huge variations on the theme have since emerged, including taro-flavored tea, jasmine tea or coffee, served cold or hot.
Chun Shui Tang teahouse (春水堂), 48 Yi-shu St., Longjing, Taichung County; +886 4 2652 8288 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 免費 +886 4 2652 8288 end_of_the_skype_highlighting

More on CNNGo: Is this the inventor of bubble tea?


 

Taiwanese food
If the Addams Family came to Taiwan.

5. Coffin bread (棺材板)

This Tainan specialty is a mutated offspring of French toast and chowder.
An extra thick piece of bread is hollowed out to resemble a flat bread bowl. It is toasted to harden it and then filled with seafood chowder.
Legend says a Taiwanese chef who studied Western cooking invented this bread-soup-bowl-with-corners.
One day an archeologist tried the toast and told the chef, “It looks just like the coffin I am excavating now.”
Thus, the chowder soup took on its morbid Chinese name, which means "coffin bread."
赤崁棺材板 (Chìkàn Guāncai Bǎn), No. 180, Kangle Market, West Central District, Táinán; +886 6 224 0014 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 免費 +886 6 224 0014 end_of_the_skype_highlighting; guan-tsai-ban.com.tw





Taiwanese food
Thankfully, we no longer have to wait for the slack season to eat this.

6. Slack Season danzai noodles (擔仔麵)

You've gotta love a place called Slack Season and it's the first pit stop on any trip to Taiwan.
The iconic eatery originated in Tainan about a century ago. A fisherman sold noodles during the slack season and the joint became so successful that he quit fishing altogether. 
The signature bowl of Slack Season noodles is served in shrimp soup with bean sprouts, coriander, minced pork and fresh shrimps.
This bowl of comforting flavors is so addictive that a man from Tainan ate 18 bowls in a row, according to Slack Season.
Slack Season Tainan Main Store (度小月), 16 Jhongjheng Road, Tainan City; +886 6 223 1744 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 免費 +886 6 223 1744 end_of_the_skype_highlighting, as well as various locations, see website for more details: www.iddi.com.tw



Taiwanese food
Pan-fried buns, bigger and better in Taiwan.

7. Pan-fried bun (生煎包)

Do you like the fluffiness of cake as well as the crunchiness of potato chips? The pan-fried bun gives you the best of both worlds.
These buns are made with spongy white Chinese bread that are pan-fried on the bottom. Break them open to reveal the moist porky filling. 
A Shanghainese staple, the Taiwanese version differs in two ways: it is slightly bigger in size and it hits the pan upside-down. 
Hsu Ji (許記), Shida Night Market, Taan District, Taipei City; +886 9 3085 9646 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 免費 +886 9 3085 9646 end_of_the_skype_highlighting


Taiwanese food
Dear Gua Bao, you're the Big Mac of our eye.

8. Gua bao (割包)

It's a hamburger, Taiwan-style.
A steamed bun sandwiches a hearty filling of braised pork belly, pickled Chinese cabbage and powdered peanuts.
The filling is chopped up into small pieces and mixed together so there's a bit of everything in every bite. Consider doing this with Western hamburgers.
Take in a big mouthful and enjoy the salty, sour and sweet flavors and the greasy pork swimming in your mouth.
Lan Jia Gua Bao (藍家割包), No. 3, Alley 8, Lane 316, Section 3, Roosevelt Road, Taipei City; +886 2 2368 2060 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 免費 +886 2 2368 2060 end_of_the_skype_highlighting



Taiwanese food
Urban legend says you can play ping-pong with iron eggs.

9. Iron egg (鐵蛋)

It's called the "iron egg" because this mini egg is tough as nails. With a rubbery consistency these chewy eggs dyed black from long-braising in soy sauce, are a highly addictive delicacy in Taiwan.
Often made from quails' eggs, the little balls are cooked for hours in soy sauce then air-dried. The whole process is repeated over several days until the protein becomes tough and acquires the desired amount of chew.
Seaside A-Po (海邊阿婆), 151-1, Jhongjheng Road, Tamshui; A-Po (阿婆), 135-1,  Jhongjheng Road, Tamshui





Pineapple cake
SunnyHill's traditional pineapple cake.

10. Pineapple cake (鳳梨酥)

This iconic Taiwanese pastry is one of the best souvenir options. These mini pineapple pies are filled with candied pineapple.
If you want the best pineapple cake experience, try SunnyHills which uses only local pineapple as filling. It yields a darker filling, rougher texture and a more sour taste. 
The traditional pies at other shops are filled with a mix of pineapple and chewable bits of winter melon. They have a fruity sweetness and a golden casing of crumbly buttery pastry.
Stores that replace pineapple completely with winter melon to cut costs are committing a big no-no.
SunnyHills (微熱山丘), 1/F, No. 1, Alley 4, Lane 36, Section 5, Minsheng East Riad, Songshan District, Taipei City; +886 49 229 2767 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 免費 +886 49 229 2767 end_of_the_skype_highlightingwww.sunnyhills.com.tw











Taiwanese food
Don't waste a single drop: water down the brown sauce and drink it up.

11. Tian bu la (甜不辣)

Tian bu la refers to fish paste that has been molded into various shapes and sizes, deep-fried, then boiled in a broth. Before eating, the pieces of solid fish paste are taken out of the broth and smothered in brown sauce.
Doesn't sound like much, but it delivers plenty of the sweet flavors and chewy textures beloved by Taiwanese. Tian bu la is basically a Taiwan take on Japanese oden, with more sugariness, tougher fish cakes and a signature sauce.
After finishing the pieces of fish cakes, there's more to come. Get some soup from the vendor and add it to the remaining sauce in the bowl. Mix and drink the flavor bomb.  
Simon Tian Bu La (賽門甜不辣), 95 Xining South Road, Wanhua District, Taipei City; +886 2 2331 2481



Taiwanese food
Ba wan: dumplings for giants.

12. Ba wan (肉圓)

The ba wan is Taiwan's mega dumpling.
Made with a dough of rice flour, corn starch and sweet potato starch, it looks almost translucent after cooking. Pork, veggies and sometimes eggs are stuffed inside and gravy is poured on top.
It is commonly believed that ba wan was invented during periods of scarcity. The simple pork dumpling was then a luxurious snack enjoyed only during the Lunar New Year festival.
Tonghua Bawan (通化肉圓), No. 7, Alley 39, Tonghua Street, Da'an District, Taipei City; +886 2 2707 8562



Taiwanese food
Perfect street food: boneless and bite-sized.

13. Fried chicken (鹽酥雞)

In the fried chicken hall of fame, Taiwan deserves its own exhibit. Not only has it made the giant fried chicken cutlet (No. 35 on this list) a cult classic, but its popcorn chicken is dangerously addictive.
The chicken is chopped into bite-sized pieces, marinated, dipped in batter and deep-fried. A generous sprinkling of salt and pepper complete the morish morsels. It's a ubiquitous snack on the city streets.
Taiwan's First Popcorn Chicken Store(台灣第一家鹽酥雞創始總店), No. 530-1, Bei'an Road, Zhongshan District, Taipei City





Taiwanese food
The flaky scallion pancake, Taiwan's food porn queen.

14. Flaky scallion pancake (蔥抓餅)

There is nothing more appetizing than the sight of a flaky scallion pancake being slowly torn apart. Add cheese and egg fillings to maximize the visuals.
Devour this night market staple in a few bites to ensure it is steaming hot and chewy.
Shida Night Market, Taipei City




Taiwanese food
Oyster vermicelli: taste of the sea.

15. Oyster vermicelli (蚵仔米線)

A bowl of great oyster vermicelli should have a thick, flavorful soup base while the thin rice noodles and oysters should still retain their distinct texture.
Some people will add chopped intestines for a funky dimension to the soup.
It is a gooey, slurpable dish, more soup than noodle, with an intense briny taste.
Ay-Chung (阿宗), 8-1 Emei St., Wanhua District, Taipei City; +886 2 2620 9989




Taiwanese food
You need two hands to eat this, one to hold your nose.

16. Stinky tofu (臭豆腐)

This is the world's best love-it-or-hate-it snack and Taiwan does it just right. 
The "fragrant" cube of bean curd is deep-fried and draped with sweet and spicy sauce. It you hold your nose, it looks and tastes just like a plain ol' piece of fried tofu, with a crisp casing and soft center like pudding.
But what's the fun in eating that? Inhale deeply and relish the stench, the smellier, the better.
Raohe night market, Taipei 




Taiwanese food
"See, it has a perfect Taiwan shape."

17. Sweet potato (地瓜)

Leaving taste, smell and nutritional value aside, the sweet potato stands out for one particular reason in Taiwan -- it is shaped like the island. For this, the sweet potato occupies a very special place in every Taiwanese heart.
Taiwan-grown sweet potatoes are added to soup with ginger, or roasted by street vendors in ovens converted from oil-drums, or ground to a flour and added to other dishes to give texture, or fried into sweet potato chips.
As long as the beloved root vegetable is in it, Taiwanese love it.
Also on CNNGo: Be a Taipei Sweet Potato Mama for a day



Taiwanese food
Taiwan's summer blockbuster is the shaved ice mountain.

18. Shaved ice mountain (刨冰山)

One good thing about the hot, humid and stormy summers in Taiwan is the excuse to eat shaved ice mountain.
An oversized pile of shaved ice is heaped with fresh fruit and flavorings, such as mango pieces, juice and sweet condensed milk. It wins hands down just by looks alone.
A more traditional take is a smaller option, less dramatic but with freshly made mini rice balls.
Feast on mango shaved ice at Yong Kang 15 (永康15), 15 Yong-kang St., Taipei City; +886 2 2321 3367; For classics go to Tai Yi Milk King (臺一牛奶大王), 82 Xin Sheng South Road, Section 3; +886 2 2363 4341



Taiwanese food
So good that we ate half of it before remembering to take a photo.

19. Pepper cakes (胡椒餅)

The must-have at Rao He night market, the pepper cake is a crispy pocket filled with juicy pork that is infused with the aromatic bite of black pepper. Baked on the wall of a clay oven, the pies are a delicious ode to the pepper plant.
Make sure you get more than one, or risk the overwhelming sense of regret when you have to wait again in the long queue for more.
Raohe night market, Taipei


Taiwanese food
Din Tai Fung: building an empire on a dollar-sized dumpling.

20. Din Tai Fung Dumpling House (鼎泰豐小籠包)

Xiaolongbao may be a Shanghainese delicacy, but some argue that the Taiwanese perfected it. Taiwanese restaurant Din Tai Fung does its Shanghai comrades proud with their succulent pork soup dumplings.
Din Tai Fung’s bite-sized xiaolongbao have a consistently high quality. Their paper-thin wrappings hold rich hot broth and tender pork meatballs.
Gasps can be heard intermittently at Din Tai Fung as diners brave the scalding hot soup that squirts out upon biting the dumpling.
Din Tai Fung Dumpling House, 192 Xinyi Road, Section 2, Taipei City; +886 2 2321 8929







Taiwanese food
Fishballs. Round things are just fun to eat.

21. Fish ball soup (魚丸湯)

What is better than fresh seafood? Why, fresh seafood made into balls, of course.
Look for handmade fish balls in Taiwan as the process incorporates more air into the ball thus allowing more broth to be soaked up. They also have a bouncier chew.
Jiaxing is a popular purveyor in Taipei best known for its specialty shark meat balls.
Jiaxing Fish Ball (佳興魚丸), No. 21, Lane 210, Section 2, Yanping North Road, Datong District, Taipei City; +886 2 2553 6470



Taiwanese food
Medicinal herbs gives us an excuse to feast on ribs.

22. Ribs stewed in medicinal herbs (藥燉排骨)

This is Taiwan’s version of bak kut the, the Chinese meat soup that is also popular in Singapore and Malaysia.
In Taiwan, the soup is slow-cooked in Chinese medicine, extracting the essence from pork bones and more than 14 nutritious herbs, roots and dried fruits. It's yum and good for you too, especially for keeping warm in winter.
There isn't much meat on these lean bones, but the point of the dish is the soup. Don’t be shy to pick the bones up with your hands and suck the juices off them. In fact, it’s odd not to do so.
Nanya Night Market, Taipei City





Taiwanese food
The whole goose and nothing but the goose on Taiwan's best tables.

23. Goose (鵝肉)

Geese, proudly bred on Taiwan farms, are never wasted. From the skin to the blood, they are made into delicious dishes.
The salted or smoked geese in Hou Yi are revelatory. Every bite of the juicy goose meat with slightly smoked goose skin is a celebration of poultry.
Or try one of Bistro Le Pont's bowls of steamed rice topped with goose, chili oil and x.o. sauce. The grains of rice are a vehicle for goose fat and flavor.
Hou Yi (後驛鵝肉), No. 29, Lane 220, Changan West Road, Datong District, Taipei City; +886 2 2555 0498; Bistro Le Pont (樂朋小館), 176 Chaozhou St., Taipei City; +886 2 2396 5677



Ding bian cuo
Painting the wok with rice slurry to make ding bian cuo.

24. Ding bian cuo (鐤邊趖)

Ding bian cuo is a bowl of slippery rice flour pasta.
Rice flour batter is poured along the side of a huge wok. It slides and spreads along the heated wok and forms slices of rice flour noodles.
When dried, the sheets will be cut into smaller pieces that become the very thin and very chewy noodles when cooked as ding bian cuo.
Wu Jia ding bian cuo is a century-old family business. Their ding bian cuo are served with handmade pork cakes, shrimp cakes, cabbage, daylily and bamboo shoots.
Wu Jia ding bian cuo (百年吳家鼎邊趖), Keelung Temple Street Night Market, Taipei City




Taiwanese food
Taiwanese hot dogs are made with sticky rice buns and cured sausages.

25. Taiwanese sausage with sticky rice (大腸包小腸)

Taiwanese pork sausage alone is a superstar at night markets, but when served as the snack "little sausage inside big sausage" it is unbeatable.
Basically, it's like a hot dog, but instead of a bun, sticky rice is stuffed inside a sausage casing to make an oversized rice sausage. That rice sausage is slit open to stuff in a pork sausage. So it's a little sausage inside a big one. Get it?
Fengjia Night Market, Taichung County




Taiwanese food
Mobile mochi: get your chewy fix any time of the day.

26. Mochi ()

These glutinous rice balls are soft as marshmallows and filled with sweet or salty things.
The most traditional mochi are filled with red bean paste and rolled in peanut powder. But in recent years, strawberry jam, sesame paste, green tea jam and peanut paste are some of the popular choices of filling.
You can learn how to make mochi by visiting the Royal Taiwan Mochi Museum (around US$5 per person).
Remember to chew carefully before swallowing, the sticky mochi are practically a choking hazard.
Royal Taiwan Mochi Museum(台灣麻糬主題館), No. 3, Tzu Qiang 3rd Road, Nantou County; +886 49 225 7644, see the class schedule at www.taiwanmochi.com.tw (In Chinese only)




Taiwanese food
Lantern Lu Wei doesn't worry about your schedule, only good flavor.

27. Lantern soy sauce braised food (燈籠滷味)

No matter what you choose from the Lantern Lu Wei food stall, it will take on the taste of the signature five-spice soy sauce. It's a little sweet, not too salty and very aromatic with cloves, star anise, cinnamon and other spices.
Pick your preferred ingredients and the chef will cook it in the pot of special sauce. This makes a perfect light meal before a big night out.
Expect to wait in line as the chef never rushes but takes his time to allow the sauce to be well absorbed by the food.
Lantern Lu Wei (燈籠滷味), Shida Night Market, Taipei City




28. Sun cakes (太陽餅)

Originating in Taichung, the suncake is simply a flakey pastry filled with maltose. And yet this sweet nothing has come to represent Taichung City and is a souvenir sought out by all visitors.
Countless sun cake shops flourish in Taichung, all claiming to be the original store, which none of them are.
But maybe it's time for them to shine. The one and only original sun cake store Tai Yang Bakery closed down unexpectedly when the 68-year-old boss decided to retire.
Along Tze Yo Street, Zhongzheng District, Taichung County



Taiwanese food
Sticky rice pudding the size of your stomach.

29. Tube rice pudding (筒仔米糕)

Sticky rice and Chinese mushrooms are fried with seasoning and stuffed into a bamboo tube together with pork and egg. The tube of rice is steamed again to further soften the texture until it becomes a cylindrical pudding.
Da Qiao Tou started making the rice pudding in a small stall under a bridge more than four decades ago. The business has expanded since but the rice pudding stays the same.
Be sure to add the homemade turnip-laced sweet spicy sauce to the pudding.
Da Qiao Tou (大橋頭老牌筒仔米糕), 41 Yanping North Road, Section 3, Datong District, Taipei City; +886 2 2594 4685






Taiwanese breakfast
Nothing like fried bread wrapped with roast bread to fuel a morning

30. Taiwanese breakfast(燒餅油條)

Three elements to start a day right in Taiwan: sesame flat bread, deep-fried Chinese donut and soymilk.
Blogger Joan H from A Hungry Girl’s Guide to Taipei says her favorite breakfast is from Fu Hang.
“I love the thick sesame flat bread at Fu Hang because it has a slight sweetness, a thin crispy layer and soft center from coming straight out of the hot metal barrel. Many sesame flat breads are dry and flaky but Fu Hang's shows why there is often a half-hour to hour wait on the weekends.”
Fu Hang Dou Jiang (阜杭豆漿), 2/F Hua Shan Market, 108 Zhongxiao East Road, Section 1, Taipei City; +886 2 2392 2175 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 免費 +886 2 2392 2175 end_of_the_skype_highlighting







31. Pig’s blood rice pudding (豬血米糕)

This pudding is a mix of pig's blood and sticky rice and stuck on the end of a stick like a lollipop. For the final Taiwanese touch, the pudding is coated in a sweet peanut powder.
Basketball star Jeremy Lin Shu-How endorsed pig’s blood rice cake as one of his favorite snacks on his recent visit to Taiwan. If it is good enough for Lin, it is good enough for us.
Xiao Li (小李), No. 1-3, Lane 136, Section 4, Roosevelt Road, Taipei City; +886 2 2368 3417 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 免費 +886 2 2368 3417 end_of_the_skype_highlighting



Three-cup chicken
Signature Taiwan: Three-cup chicken.

32. Three-cup chicken (三杯雞)

Three-cup chicken is cooked in a cup of rice wine, a cup of oil and a cup of soy sauce. To this Taiwanese culinary triumvirate is added some fresh basil, chilies and garlic for an irresistible combination.
Some kitchens have a different definition of three-cup chicken, such as a cup of wine, a cup of sesame oil and a cup of sugar.
Old Taiwan (新台灣原味), 1 Mincheng 3rd Road, Gushan District, Kaohsiung; +886 7 522 8852 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 免費 +886 7 522 8852 end_of_the_skype_highlightingwww.oldtaiwan.com.tw



Taiwanese food
Agei, an edible purse full of goodness.

33. Tamsui Agei (阿給)

Agei comes from the Japanese "aburaage" which are deep-fried tofu pockets.
These Taiwanese agei are stuffed with mung bean noodles and sealed off with fish paste. A typical sweet-spicy sauce completes it.
The tofu soaks up the soup its cooked in so each bite bursts with broth. Paired with a soy milk, the agei makes a great savory breakfast.
Zhenli Street, Tamshui



Taiwanese food
Fen yuan, like sweet sticky marbles.

34. Fen yuan (粉圓)

Fen yuan refers to all the chewy dough that Taiwanese like to add to their dessert.
Sometimes they are made with sticky rice flour and various fillings. The dough is slightly translucent when steamed, revealing the colorful insides -- red bean, green tea, egg custard. They are just so joyful to look at.
Fen yuan is more commonly made from tapioca without filling. And when black sugar is added, it becomes the black pearls in bubble tea, called pearl fen yuan.
Raohe Night Market, Taipei City



Taiwanese food
Almost as big as your face.

35. Hot-star Large Fried Chicken (豪大大雞扒)

According to a Taipei Times’ report in 2011, Taiwanese devour more than 250,000 fried chicken cutlets each day.
If piled atop each other, they would make a chicken cutlet tower 10 times as tall as Taipei 101, the island’s tallest skyscraper at 508 meters.
Go to Hot-star for the original oversized chicken cutlet. The enormous slice of meat is as big as your face and very moist with a crispy crust. A generous coating of five-spice powder and pepper gives it a kick.
Starting as a small counter at Shilin night market, Hot-star is now a franchise present in Hong Kong, Malaysia and Singapore.
Hot-star Large Fried Chicken (豪大大雞扒), Shilin Night Market, see other locations at www.hotstar.com.tw





Taiwanese food 
Risotto in cuttlefish.

36. Anything with cuttlefish(烤魷魚)

Barbecued Taiwanese cuttlefish hits the spot every time. The island gets a lot of great cuttlefish and grill stations covered in cuttlefish skewers can be found everywhere in the southern tip.
Although a thick cuttlefish soup with herbs and veggies is a typical Taiwanese winter-warmer, the best way to enjoy the mollusks is fresh out of seawater, straight onto the charcoal grill.
Imagine the smoky aroma, dark grill marks, glistening furled edges and dustings of salt and pepper.
Fengjia Night Market, Taichung County





 37. Aiyu jelly (愛玉冰)
Very wobbly and hardly tasting of anything, the aiyu jelly takes on the flavor of whatever it is eaten with.
Add it to lemonade and shaved ice for a refreshing summer drink. The jelly gives the liquid a fun gloopy texture.
Shida Night Market, Taipei City



Taiwanese food
Tasty and super cute, the croquette enslaves amateur food photographers.

38. Ke le bing (可樂餅)

Inspired by the Japanese deep-fried patty, korokke, and the French croquette, the ke le bing is now an indispensable snack in Taiwan.
Stuffed with mashed potato or minced meat, the disc-shaped croquette is coated with flour, eggs and breadcrumbs.
You can choose deep-fried meat, vegetables, seafood and anything else edible that can be molded into a disc shape. We love the pork and cheese combo the most.
Koroke (肉丸餅), 49-10 Emei St., Wanhua District, Taipei City





39. Steamed spring roll (潤餅

To describe it as the non-deep-fried version of a spring roll would be unfair, as "run bing" (steamed spring roll) was invented before the spring roll.
Every household has its own recipe for run bing. During festivals, families will gather at the table to have a run bing wrapping party. Each person chooses their own fillings from a buffet and rolls their own run bing.
Besides serving delicious run bing, Shin Yeh at Taipei 101 also offers an incomparable view of city.
Shin Yeh (欣葉), 85/F, Taipei 101, 7 Xinyi Road, Section 5, Xinyi District, Taipei City; +886 2 8101 0185 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 免費 +886 2 8101 0185 end_of_the_skype_highlighting, see other locations at www.shinyeh.com.tw



Taiwanese food
Hot pot: best social activity.

40. Spicy hotpot (麻辣火鍋)

Taiwanese are mad for spicy hot pot.
And who wouldn't be? The bubbling pots of broth are filled with all sorts of Chinese herbs and spices to create an incredibly rich flavor for all the raw, fresh ingredients that diners will dip into it.
New hot pot places pop up in Taiwan every day, each with a gimmick to attract insatiable hot pot diners.
There's all-you-can-eat hot pot and yakiniku served at the same table; there's bubble tea hotpot for the jaded.
But it is spicy hot pot with quality ingredients that stands the test of time. While Taiwan's spice-levels can't come close to Chongqing's, they're pretty piquant.





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10 種食物最好不要吃





鳳飛飛罹癌驟逝,震驚大家,悲不可抑,令人不得不 更加警覺到所有可能的致癌食品,在此奉勸各位最 好不要吃下列 10 種食物!其中您 最想不到的是過年才吃的葵花子!



葵花子:向日葵因 其生長快速,易吸收土壤中的重金屬鉛、鎘、鎳, 對土壤而言可有效減輕重金屬污染,具有淨化環境 的能力,為最佳景觀綠肥作物。但是,對人體而 言,吃進這些重金屬則對身體有害,且吃葵花子會 消耗大量的膽鹼 choline,使體內脂 肪代謝發生障礙,導致肝臟積聚大量脂肪,會嚴重 影響肝細胞的功能。



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口香糖:口香糖 中的天然橡膠雖無毒,但製程中所用的白片膠是加 了毒性的硫化促進劑、防老劑等添加劑,刺激腸胃,引起不適。而口香糖中的代糖阿斯巴甜也是致癌物。



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味精(麩胺酸鈉):其中一半是對 身體有益的左旋麩胺酸 L-Glutamine,但另一半卻是 身體不能利用的右旋麩胺酸 D-Glutamine 變成危害身體的自由基。每人每日攝入味精量不應超過 6 克,攝入過多會使血液中麩胺酸和鈉的含量升高,降低人體利用鈣和鎂,可能導致缺鈣,影響牙齒、骨骼的強度。又可引起短期的頭痛、心慌、噁心等症狀,對人體生殖系統也有不良影響。



豬肝:每公斤豬 肝含膽固醇達 400 毫克以上,攝入 膽固醇太多會導致動脈粥樣硬化,同時肝是解毒器 官,會累積大量黃麴毒素、抗生素、安眠藥等代謝 毒物,故豬肝不宜吃太多。



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油條、河粉、板條、米粉、粉絲:在製作過程中都必需添加明礬 (硫酸鋁鉀),如常吃這些東西,易導致貧血、骨質疏鬆症;同時,體內鋁過多,很難從腎臟排出,對大腦及神經細胞產生毒害,甚至引起老年癡呆症。又油條所重複使用的炸油,過度氧化亦有害健康。



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醃菜、蘿蔔乾: 長期吃會引起鈉、水在體內滯留,從而增加患心臟 病的機會。另外,也含有亞硝酸胺或有不肖業者用福馬林防腐, 這些都是致癌物,易誘發癌症。



市售瓶裝鮮果汁:其中加了太多糖,比汽水的熱量還要高,建議 吃新鮮水果或現榨果汁就好。



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皮蛋:皮蛋含有一定量的鉛,常食會引起人體鉛中毒。鉛中毒時的 表現為失眠、貧血、好動、智力減退等。



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臭豆腐:臭豆腐 在發酵過程中極易被微生物污染,它還含有大量的 揮發性鹽基氮和硫化氫等,是蛋白質分解的腐敗物質,對人體有害。



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爆米花:做爆米花的轉爐含有鉛,在高壓加熱時,鍋內的鉛會熔化 一定量,一部分鉛會變成鉛蒸汽和煙,污染原料, 特別是在最後「爆」的一瞬間。爆米花中含鉛量高達10 毫克/ 500克左右,對人體(特別是對兒童)的造血系統、神經和消化系統都有害。吃多了可能會得「爆米花肺」。

Have a nice day!



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網路追追追
網路原文:

這11種食物,包括
泡泡糖、鮮橙汁、皮蛋、味精、臭豆腐、葵花子、豬肝、醃菜、爆米花、魚乾片、油條等,並不是一點都不能吃,只不過不要多吃,最好少吃或不吃,要掌握好一個量,吃多恐損害記憶力


泡泡糖:泡泡糖中的天然橡膠雖無毒,但製泡泡糖所用的一級白片膠加了一些化學添加劑,多吃對身體不利。


鮮橙汁:橙汁中若加了糖會比汽水的熱量還要高,建議吃原水果就好。


皮蛋:皮蛋含有一定量的鉛,常食會引起人體鉛中毒,鉛中毒時的表現為失眠、貧血、好動、智力減退等。


味精:每人每日攝入味精量不應超過 6克,攝入過多會使血液中谷氨酸的含量升高,限制了人體利用鈣和鎂,可引起短期的頭痛、心慌、噁心等症狀,對人體的生殖系統也有不良影響。


臭豆腐:臭豆腐在發酵過程中極易被微生物污染,它還含有大量的揮發性鹽基氮和硫化氫等,它還是分解蛋白質的腐敗物質,對人體有害。


葵花子:葵花子中含有不飽和脂肪酸,多吃會消耗大量的膽鹼,使體內脂肪代謝發生障礙,並使大量脂肪積聚於肝臟,會嚴重影響肝細胞的功能。


豬肝:每公斤豬肝含膽固醇達400毫克以上,攝入膽固醇太多會導致動脈粥樣硬化,故豬肝一次不宜吃太多。


醃菜:長期吃醃菜會引起鈉、水在體內滯留,從而增加患心臟病的機會。另外,醃菜含有亞硝酸胺這種致癌物質,久吃易誘發癌症。


爆米花:爆米花中含鉛量高達10毫克/ 500克左右,對人體(特別是對兒童)的造血系統、神經和消化系統都有影響。


魚乾片:魚片咀嚼時間過長後可浪費唾液,嚥下的大量唾液可稀釋胃液,降低消化能力。


油條:油條中的明礬是含鋁的無機物,如天天吃油條,鋁就很難從腎臟體內排出,體內鋁過多,從而對大腦及神經細胞產生毒害,甚至引起老年癡呆症



優活追蹤調查:

網路流傳說如果吃太多上述11種食物,可能會損害記憶力,此謠言可能造成一些民眾會有所擔憂,優活健康網記者深入追蹤調查,並向營養專家求證。專家表示,上述11種食物,有些的確吃多了影響大腦神經、損記憶力,而這些食物上榜的原因,大致歸因於「食品添加物」或是「重金屬」,所以不只是會造成大腦記憶力損害,甚至會對人體有其他不好影響。看優活為您一一解答。



泡泡糖:原文說泡泡糖中有一種成分「一級白片膠」,其中添加化學添加劑,對人體有害。優活記者查證,發現衛生署公布的泡泡糖成分為植物乳膠、乳化劑、天然樹脂、合成樹脂等,並沒有所謂的一級白片膠。屏東科大食品科學系教授林貞信指出,並未聽過泡泡糖有加一級白片膠的成份,泡泡糖的添加物在政府擬定的食品法規中都有規範,食用合法的添加物對人體影響不大,民眾不需擔心,當然過度食用也不好。至於泡泡糖是否會影響記憶力?為恭醫院營養師彭雪雲表示,這論述太牽強,沒有相關研究證實此說法。



鮮橙汁:文中提到橙汁若加了糖會比汽水的熱量還要高,建議吃原水果就好。營養師彭雪雲指出,所謂鮮橙汁會影響記憶力,應該是說若果汁中加入太多糖、攝取過多糖份,對大腦功能確實有影響,也可能影響記憶力。署立南投醫院營養師蔡秀雯說,如果攝取過量的糖份,人體在代謝過程中會消耗很多的維生素B1,若維生素補充不足可能造成疲倦或注意力變差,當然可能影響注意力與記憶力,另外血糖偏高也會影響代謝,因此也會影響記憶力。



皮蛋:網路文指皮蛋含有一定量的鉛,常吃會引起人體鉛中毒。根據教育部食品加工小常識資料顯示,傳統在製作皮蛋時是不含鉛的,但因鉛可幫助蛋白凝固作用,因此後來有業者在製作皮蛋時使用。營養師蔡秀雯表示,有些業者的確在皮蛋製作過程會使用鉛,若使用過量,民眾又食用較多,可能會有中毒之虞,不過之前衛生單位有抽查大部份市售皮蛋是合格的,因此民眾不需擔心。台北市有氧健康協會營養講師王宣諭指出,鉛造成的中毒範圍相當廣,吃入太多鉛會影響神經系統及血液循環,輕則影響學習能力、讓記憶力衰退,嚴重則恐導致腦神經病變。



味精:優活查證,衛生署建議,國人每日鈉的總攝取量不超過2400毫克,相當於6克的鹽;振興醫院營養師謝宜芳表示,如果食用味精過量,可能干擾大腦細胞的正常活動,建議少用。營養師彭雪雲指出,食用太多味精對大腦有一定影響,可能會影響記憶力,應該節制。



臭豆腐:營養師彭雪雲表示,臭豆腐不會損害記憶力,應該是說食物在高溫油炸後,油脂分子會被破壞,而形成不好的物質,會危害大腦神經,可能影響記憶力



葵花子:營養師彭雪雲說,葵花子含有豐富維生素E,有助維持神經、肌肉組織的正常,吃葵花子對人體有益,不過因其油脂含量較多,建議適量攝取,以免體內囤積過多油脂,至於吃葵花子對記憶力不會有影響。



豬肝:營養講師王宣諭說,動物內臟內含「血基質鐵」,因此豬肝富含鐵質,女性生理期過後,可吃豬肝湯補血;蔡秀雯表示,豬肝的確是補血效果不錯的食物,但是要注意膽固醇的問題,不宜吃太多。彭雪雲說,吃豬肝基本上對人體是有益的,吃多不會影響記憶力,不過可能有抗生素殘留問題,適當攝取即可



醃菜:營養師彭雪雲說,醃菜本身很鹹,對於血壓會有影響、影響大腦血流量,建議高血壓患者不宜食用太多,對於記憶力則沒有影響,至於醃菜的製造過程,幾乎沒有在使用亞硝酸鹽,因為亞硝酸鹽僅供肉品加工產品使用。



爆米花:營養師蔡秀雯說,爆米花本身沒有含鉛,不過民眾若買賣場鋁箔紙包裝的爆米花,在加熱過程可能會釋出鋁,建議少吃;她提醒民眾可自己到雜糧店買乾玉米粒,自己回去做爆米花就可吃得安心,不過做爆米花時需要使用奶油,因此要注意別吃太多,以免飽合脂肪攝取太多,可能會造成血脂肪異常。



魚乾片:對於魚片咀嚼時間過長浪費唾液,嚥下的大量唾液可稀釋胃液的說法,食品科學系教授林貞信表示沒有聽說過這種論述,他指出,口腔咀嚼食物時原本就會分泌唾液,至於像魚乾片這種乾燥的食物,自然需要較多的唾液,而個人身體也會自然調節,不太會影響消化能力。他說,唾液中含有澱粉酶,有助分解食物的澱粉,建議吃東西時慢慢咀嚼,可幫助消化。



油條:為什麼油條會加入明礬?因為傳統製作油條時,會利用泡過明礬的水來調製在麵粉中,這樣可以讓油條炸起來更酥脆,很多業者都會利用明礬把油條製作酥脆。營養講師王宣諭表示,明礬是含鋁的無機物,研究指出,人體攝取高劑量的鋁,會造成腦部受損,可能引起阿茲海默症。營養師蔡秀雯表示,攝取過多的鋁,會累積在腦部,與老人癡呆症(阿茲海默症)有關,這已有研究證實。




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有一天. 有個法官走進醫院急診室. 大聲嚷嚷.我的兒子車禍骨折了. 趕快把你們外科醫師叫來.

這時醫院公關出來說:報告法官大人. 我們本來有四 個外 科醫師.一個去年被您判刑 3個月離職了. 一個被您判罰3千萬也離職了.另外兩個嚇的也離職了. 本院沒有外科醫師已很久了。很想等這天什麼時候會到來,現在終於等到了!

不過我們醫院對面那個獸醫師,原來是我們醫院的骨科主任,醫術精明.但是現在他改行專治寵物急診,尤其是狗狗的交通意外你要不要找他看看,只不過醫藥費比較高,約為一般人健保給付的2-3倍!


續集:

此時突然有人衝出來大叫:

我是夜市賣大腸包小腸的,有人需要割腸子嗎?我可以幫忙啊」





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