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Spotlight Taiwan: Taste of Taiwan

Taste of Taiwan
(Alexander Synaptic/Flickr)

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A small island with a big food culture, Taiwan is best known for its xiaochi, or snack food. To the Taiwanese, snack food is not defined in the American sense of chips and cookies; it’s everything sold at the many famous markets throughout the island, including well-known Taiwanese specialties like pineapple cake, bubble tea, and pork belly buns.

Asia Society Texas Center will collaborate with local restaurants and vendors to create Taste of Taiwan, a program that explores the vibrancy of Taiwanese street cuisine. Enjoy small bites, snacks, and libations from our cash bar at this only-in-Houston event!

Featured Dishes: Pork Belly Buns, Sticky Rice, Daikon Cake, Vegetarian Oyster Omelets, and more.

Culinary Partners:
Kung Fu Tea
Paxon’s Café
The Path of Tea
I Ping
Yummy Kitchen

 

Related Link

Info Taiwan: Taiwan's Night Markets

 

Asia Society Texas Center’s Spotlight Taiwan series is funded in part by a grant from the Ministry of Culture, Republic of China (Taiwan), and special patron Dr. Samuel Yin. Additional support is provided by a grant from the City of Houston through Houston Arts Alliance.

Presenting Sponsor

Ministry of Culture, Republic of China (Taiwan)

Program Sponsors

City of HoustonHouston Arts AllianceBank of America

 

Event Details

Thu 6 Nov 2014
6:00pm

1370 Southmore Blvd.
Houston, TX 77004
713.496.9901

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