Christmas, the time of giving, receiving and indulging! Every country has their own best Christmas foods that are enjoyed at this time of year and here are 10 amazing Dutch Christmas food suggestions (in no particular order) for you to try this year.
You have had a long day, working, studying, cycling around the city, etc. All you want to do is go home and put your feet up, but what is for dinner?
There are several options if you want to order food to be delivered to your door, especially in the larger cities. Many restaurants will take food orders over the phone and either deliver or have them ready to pick up and bring home. But if you are not familiar with where you live, where do you start? Here are some of the main websites / apps that you can use to order food in the north of the Netherlands.
It is treat night and we are getting chips from the local snack bar. From frikandel to kroket, I have gradually been exploring the huge variety on offer from the local Dutch snack bar and reporting back my findings. This time I tried an ‘Eierbal’.
Eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince, and dinner like a pauper is some very old advice that seems to ring true with many breakfast offerings below. The energy provided by the first meal of the day isn’t likely to be stored around your waistline because you will be using it, right?
In our new house, we found a large patch of rhubarb growing down the bottom of the garden. Having no ideas or keen taste for rhubarb I took to the expat foodie group on Facebook to ask for some advice. Catriona shared a lovely recipe with me for a yummy rhubarb crumble, and with a few changes to meet my personal taste buds it came out so beautifully that I wanted to share it with you. Continue reading “A Twist on Rhubarb Crumble”