Glam Air is an ice cream parlor that specializes in cotton candy soft serve creations served over dry ice. It’s one of the many fun dessert stops during our visit to Taipei.

One thing I noticed during my trip was that people were obsessed with taking Instagram/social media photos. As a result, many places carry one signature item that looks great for a photo opportunity and all the guests coming in were getting that dish mainly to take the picture, regardless of how good the dish actually tastes.

I usually don’t have many opportunities to try out all the cool looking desserts in Taiwan. My cousin is the one taking us around and he’s not really into desserts. Luckily for me, on this trip, I got to finally meet A Hungry Girl’s Guide to Taipei and she took me on a whirlwind afternoon dessert tour. I’ve chatted with her for a few years and it was so fun to finally meet her. This also marks the furthest distance of meeting someone in person that I originally met through blogging.

The store also offered just regular soft serve but everyone there was getting their Smokie Cloud creations ($150NT). The two featured were the rainbow one we got and a sort of scary clown looking one with gray Oreo flavored cotton candy.

I came upon a flyer for Times Square Pizza & Bagels the other day and immediately felt compelled to investigate.

It’s located inside the Sorrento Food Court, and I was a little skeptical, but their website sounded promising and I’m always on the search for some decent New York-style pizza and bagels.

When we got there, they had several pies on display with you could order a slice of, or you can order a full pie. They also had a selection of bagels to choose from.

White Pizza & Meat Lovers Pizza


I created this recipe for “Pizza Cupcakes” a few years ago and I thought it was time for an updated post. They are really pizza muffins, flavored with mozzarella cheese, mini pepperoni and Italian seasoning. However, Mr. K called them pizza cupcakes the first time he saw them and the name stuck.

I actually briefly considered letting Mr. K name all my recipes, but then I thought better of it.

Speaking of things Mr. K has done, this weekend he (we) installed a new sink in the kitchen. It ended up being a much bigger ordeal than it should have been. Looking back, we could have accomplished it in about an hour. But because someone (him) did not read the instructions properly and kept ignoring vital parts provided in the box, it took quite a few tries and most of the afternoon for us to get it installed.