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Taken: Taipei, Taiwan @ Dec 2003
Those buns in the oven are yummy! I had a few of them. They are stuffed with tasty pork. The uncooked buns are white. The ladies there sticked them to the side of the oven, covered the oven, and let them cook for about 10 minutes. The results are soft, cripty, and tasty buns !
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    • I like the title of this shot. Very funny, not what I expected. @ March 29, 2005 8:45 AM    
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