A trip to the Yingge Ceramics Museum is about much more than admiring the museum’s brilliant ceramics or learning about the town’s ceramics culture. One of the best examples can be seen when you visit on a weekend and try some of the kiln-baked bread baked outside in the ceramics park. Long lines form every time a new batch of the traditional French bread, with elements of Taiwan’s famous steer golden-horn buns, is removed from the kiln. By baking the bread in the wood-fired brick kiln, it has an incredible aroma and a natural taste. Even if you wait to eat the bread, it tastes great at room temperature, making it a wonderful souvenir to take home and share with family and friends.