A look at 10 of the best #Dutch foods to try in the city of #Amsterdam for a true taste of local cuisine - http://www.finedininglovers.com/blog/food-drinks/dutch-foods/

10 Dutch Foods to Try

The beautifully designed 10 Guilder bill. Before the Euro took over in 2002 this was the official currency in the Netherlands.

The beautifully designed 10 Guilder bill. Before the Euro took over in 2002 this was the official currency in the Netherlands.

Traditional Dutch treat, resembling small, fluffy pancakes ~ Poffertjes

Traditional Dutch treat, small, fluffy pancakes eaten with melted butter and powdered sugar~ Poffertjes

bokkenpootjes (Dutch cookies) Translation: little goat paws. Incredible crunchie cookies filled with marzipan and dipped in dark chocolate.

bokkenpootjes (Dutch cookies) LOVED these treats as a child at my grandparents' house.

The Netherlands are the no. 1 producer of salty liquorice candies called "(boerderij)drop" (farmer's liquorice). In Holland we all like some kind of 'drop', but most foreigners think they taste awful. ;-) #greetingsfromnl

"Boerderijdrop" / "Farmer's liquorice" : The Netherlands are the no. 1 producer of salty liquorice candies called "drop".

Febo is a Dutch snack bar chain that offers its fast food in a vending machine. We call that: 'uit de muur eten' (eating from the wall). #greetingsfromnl

FEBO uit de muur eten - Febo is a Dutch snack bar chain that offers its fast food in a vending machine. We call that: 'uit de muur eten' (eating from the wall).

Hollandse Nieuwe, raw herring, a typical Dutch cuisine

hollandse nieuwe (raw herring with onions, a typical dutch snack).

The Dutch Table: Appelmoes. Ate it at the dinner table almost every night...

The Dutch Table: Appelmoes (Dutch Apple Sauce) I remember having applesauce with a lot of meals as a kid.

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