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Trois Pommes Patisserie Review: Let them eat donuts but maybe not Trois Pommes donuts

Trois Pommes Patisserie is a pleasant bakery in the heart of Park Slope. Normally, when the fundamentals of the economy are strong, I probably would be okay with a $3 donut. But since the DOW is near 10 year lows, I feel weird about $3 dollar donuts even if I could afford to eat one every now and then. The truth is I don't frequent bakeries and when the nice lady said it was $3, my heart sang a tune because it wasn't as expensive as Bouchon's jelly-filled donut. See that? That's pretty crazy when you can think, "This $3 dollar donut is 25% off from the...

Restaurant Guide for New York City by Food in Mouth

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Xiao long bao at Din Tai Fung in Taipei

Probably the most well-known restaurant chain in Taipei is Din Tai Fung. By now, they have branches all over the damn place including Hong Kong, Singapore, Seattle, and California. And xiao long bao isn't even a food item invented in Taiwan, but I guess Din Tai Fung has kind of perfected their method of taking over the XLB world. That day we went to Din Tai Fung, we started the day with the National Palace Museum. We had some problems getting there because I have no idea how to say National Palace Museum in Mandarin, and we had to switch to a cab driver that spoke English....