Absolutely amazing blogpost about the Dutch Cuisine by Anne ^_^ She did a great job in showing the variety of our Dutch food (breakfast, lunch, snacks, dinner, more snacks). If you’re not hungry yet, you will definitely be after reading this post 🙂
Welcome to my second SFATW post! Souvenirs From Across The World (SFATW) is a feature created by Marie@Drizzle & Hurricane Books to get to know each other a little better, focussing especially on where we are all from, and share a bit from our countries, cities, cultures, traditions, writers, and authors while we’re at it.The main goal of Souvenirs From Across The World is to create a link between all bloggers, from everywhere, and to share a bit of the diversity that makes everyone unique on the blogosphere.
This month (October 9th – November 6th)’s theme is:
Okay, to be completely honest here, Dutch dining cuisine isn’t very eventful. The typical Dutch dinner consists of boiled potatoes, boiled vegetables and a piece of fried meat. A little salt added to everything and that’s it mostly. During the winters, people like to mix it up, go crazy, and throw everything (traditional ‘stamppot’…
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