For those of you who have followed me on twitter, you’ll know that I’ve been travelling a lot and since I’ve been around these 2 weeks, I’ve spent a good portion of time making it up to my dogs. I’m amazed that they are still so adorable and that they love me so much. They put me in the center of their world and I want to give them the best I can as well and that means spending time with them whenever I can.
Recently Louis has been extremely attached to me. He plops himself on my thighs or by my pillow side whenever he can. We had fun taking them out for a cycling trip at ECP recently with the dogs in the baskets as we ride. Clara and Celeste were blading and it was a beautiful day out. I think he misses getting to go out to meet some of his doggie pals as well. I really should organize a play date for both Louis and Emmie soon.
As the title of this post suggests, some have asked me what foodstuff I bought in Taiwan. Well, quite a lot but I didn’t take photos of most of them and many I’ve already given away to friends and relatives. Those that I did take, I’ll share with you here.
Mochi… this one is black sugar version. I prefer those with the fillings though.
I love love love their Man Han Da Xi instant noodles. The egg I added in but the noodles does come with meats! Incredible and damn shiok! Quite a huge portion too!
The chips are so-so but the Lay’s Mala one is not bad.
Boxes of macaroons I bought to give away to friends. The fillings are flavored marshmallows instead of cream so it can last longer.
Boxes of pineapple tarts also to give away. Though many people have raved about Taiwan’s pineapple tarts, for personal consumption, I much prefer the ones I make.
The famous Tai Yang Bing or Honey Malt Sunny Pie. Pretty good and great for people with a sweet tooth!