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Another Dutch snack I love is raw herring, or as they call it here — maatjes. You’ll find these red, white and blue stalls mostly in the center of cities and towns in the Netherlands. These stalls normally have all the food on display, so be on the lookout for the raw herring. Signs like...
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Tulips take my troubles away. So, at this time of the year, I always look forward to visiting the Keukenhof. There’s still time – last day is May 21, 2009. If you’re based in Amsterdam, there are several ways to get to the Keukenhof. There is the Combi-ticket, which, by its name means that you...
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An uitsmijter looks to me like a heavy breakfast but to most Dutch people, it’s mostly labelled as a snack (a really heavy one). Some of my non-Dutch friends here didn’t even know what it was and they’ve been living here longer than I have! Here’s how to do it: Get one large plate. The...
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