This is the perfect recipe to refresh any meal or snack in a healthy way, while still leaving your taste buds tingling. The basic ingredients make this a cheap eats recipe. AND! It only takes minutes to make.
What can you eat your kiwi salsa with?
• On the go snack with crackers, chips, or pita bread
• Basic, delicious meal with white rice, shredded cheese, and beans
• Get fancy on a budget over pasta with shrimp
Being vegetarian in Taiwan proves to have its difficulties if you don’t speak Mandarin and can’t ask for other options. If you’re experiencing the language barrier and shopping with your eyes, you may find the majority of street vendors are focused around meat. Sure, there are plenty of egg dishes and stinky tofu, but if you like variety like we do, these options get old pretty fast.
Luckily, Eric and I are pescetarian, which opens up some doors. Unluckily, I still don’t like eating something that’s looking at me (like shrimp with the head still on), so I’ve been having trouble finding protein-filled eats in a country that doesn’t serve cheese, beans, or much soy. That is, until we stumbled upon Vonny’s Garden Vegetarian Restaurant. All is saved and beyond delicious!
Continue reading Vegetarian haven in Tainan: Vonny’s Garden Vegetarian Restaurant
Road To Here Blogs’s Top 5 Taipei Experiences
We weren’t sure about Taipei at first (50’s + rainy after sunny Thailand), but ended up really enjoying the city and finding all the hole in the wall places. Here are our favorite, not-to-be-missed experiences:
Continue reading Top 5 Experiences and Eats: Taipei
Looking for a sweet night out in Taipei that involves scrumptious food, style inspiration, and hanging out with young Taiwanese locals? We were when we explored the Daan area next to the National Taiwan Normal University and stepped into the Shida Night Market.
Continue reading Night out in Taipei: pizza, hipster watching, and shopping
Eating on a budget doesn’t always have to mean sacrifice. Sure, if you’re saving up at home, eating ramen is super cheap. If you’re on the road, eating locally is fun & usually the most inexpensive (a meal for street food in Thailand can be $1-3). But, hey, sometimes we all need a little change.
After two months on the road in south east Asia, I’m craving for some. It’s been a bumpy road adjusting to street food and, quite frankly, I miss cheese. SO! I want to share with you a ridiculously simple recipe that will stretch beyond one meal for two (maybe even three meals!) and is simply divine: My Little Spaghetti Dish
Continue reading How to Cook A Delicious, Budget Meal for Two
Welp, it’s official. Eric and I have set sail for southeast Asia. And there’s no one I’d rather go with (plus our pipsqueaks, Hati & Ernesto, duh).
Our first touch down: Taipei – we’ll leave the airport next time, Taiwan! Promise.
Okay, okay, so our first real touchdown: Bali!
Continue reading We Dig vs We’d Ditch: Sanur, Bali