Another for my McPhotography file. Is eating at McDonalds considered “unsafe work”? If so, maybe I should have stopped him.
The French have the croissant. The Canadians have maple syrup and “bacon”. America has the hot dog. There are 2 culinary temples dedicated to the American hot dog: Nathans in New York and Pinks in Los Angeles. This year Pinks turns 70 years old. That may not seem like a long time, but LA is […]
Tacos. Definitely better than the nachos. This past Sunday was the February meeting of the Taiwan Photo Club. Once again, Yuma was incredibly accomodating in letting is use their downstairs dining area as our meeting place. This time a couple friendly faces were absent, like David and Gulio, but this was offset by a few new, […]
The great philosophical quandaries of the ages… If a tree falls in the forest and no one is around, does it make a sound? Is death the end of existence? How can a cat with no mouth have a restaurant? Let’s answer that last one. Welcome to Hello Kitty Sweets, a Sanrio-approved (rare in Taiwan) […]
Food. Lots of Food. Wait…I should probably explain what a Taiwanese Hakka is, just so you know. Just in case you don’t know. In broad, general strokes, Taiwan has 3 ethnic groups: Aboriginal, Hakka, Hoklo, and Immigrant (a.k.a “Mainlanders”). Aboriginals are those that are native to Formosa (and surrounding islands that make up Taiwan). They are […]
Okay, okay. So the name is the Taiwan Photo Club, at least according to the Flickr group. But I still like “Eggs with Cameras”. So the third monthly get-together happened yesterday at the Yuma Southwestern Grill and, overall, it was a wonderful experience. BTW, don’t eat the nachos. Craig Ferguson had some […]
Yeah, it’s my birthday and I’m officially in the next “demographic”. On a more positive note, today I discovered a new “favorite hamburger” in Taiwan. It’s the Mofo Burger at California Grill, which sits in the alley next to the high-end Sogo on Dun Hua South Road. Being a Los […]