Okay, I know that it's been a lot of years since I left Taipei, but for some reason I can't seem to remember where we normally ate lunch during the day.
I lived just outside the HSA east compound, and I know there were snack bars within the east and west compounds, but I have no memory of any of them. I often skipped breakfast in those days, but where I ate lunch is a complete mystery. I doubt that I would have packed a lunch because I hadn't accumulated much common sense back then.
I don't recall any sort of vending machines at TDC, so that can't be it either.
My evening meals were often at the 63 Club (China Seas) or even the Linkou Club Annex, which offered up some really greasy fried chicken. Also, I had a small toaster oven in my room that I used to prepare frozen dinners every now and then, though I often dozed off and burned whatever I was preparing.
Seems like my senior moments are becoming more pervasive.