STROOPWAFELS (Amsterdam) - What it is: Warm, gooey caramel sandwiched between two layers of crispy baked batter. Where to get it: Street carts throughout Amsterdam sell this yummy Dutch waffle.

The Best Desserts in the World (and Where to Get Them)

STROOPWAFELS (Amsterdam) Warm, gooey caramel sandwiched between two layers of crispy baked batter. Where to get it: Street carts throughout Amsterdam sell this yummy Dutch waffle.

I had a tiny pair of wooden shoes just like these pinned inside of my wedding dress to represent my Dutch heritage.

Delft Shoes, In the past the Dutch farmers walked on wooden shoes. Some of them still do that, but nowadays most of the people are wearing normal shoes. Nevertheless, a lot of people still think they are wearing wooden shoes every day.

Dutch hagelslag (chocolate sprinkles) Remember these from when I was little, I really need to get ahold of some of these!

Typical Dutch hagelslag (chocolate sprinkles) Remember these from when I was little, I really need to get ahold of some of these!

No. 1 breakfast in Holland: 'boterham met kaas (slice of wholewheat bread with Gouda cheese)'. #greetingsfromnl

Typical Dutch breakfast in Holland: 'boterham met kaas (slice of wholewheat bread with Gouda cheese)'.

Provinces of Holland

All 12 provinces of the Netherlands. Flevoland (the yellow part) used to be all water. Dutch engineers are world renowned for their "art" of transforming water into land.

10 Dutch Foods You Should Try at Least Once - Maybe it's time to get in touch with my Dutch roots and cook some traditional foods!

10 DUTCH FOODS YOU SHOULD TRY AT LEAST ONCE

BITTERBALLEN: 10 Dutch Foods You Should Try at Least Once - Maybe it's time to get in touch with my Dutch roots and cook some traditional foods!

Dutch tradition: "BESCHUIT MET MUISJES: serving ‘beschuit met muisjes’ (Dutch biscuit with little aniseed balls) to celebrate the birth of a baby. Rose for a girl, blue for a boy."

Dutch tradition: "BESCHUIT MET MUISJES: serving ‘beschuit met muisjes’ (Dutch biscuit with little aniseed balls) to celebrate the birth of a baby. Rose for a girl, blue for a boy." I can get the beschuit here, but my sister has to send me the "muisjes".

Historically tangled

The Difference Between Holland and The Netherlands

Holland Vs The Netherlands - though is isn't really flag related, it's helpful geography none the less. And when someone wants a Dutch flag - I can't ever remember it's for the Netherlands! Here is the explaination - hooray!

Narrow side street in snowy Amsterdam, Netherlands

Snowy Night, Amsterdam, The Netherlands beautiful place reminds me of the movie the holiday kinda wanna go there for Christmas :)


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