Hutspot

Dutch Hutspot: 2 pounds potatoes 2 pounds carrots 1 pound onions 1 tbsp real butter + extra for mash 1 tsp curry powder 2 vegetable bouillon cubes water salt

Infographic about the Netherlands....Dutch page - De reizende ondernemer

Shown is an Infographic about the Netherlands. It contains basic information about the cities, provinces, and population of the Netherlands as well as popular modes of transportation.

Keukenhof Gardens, The Netherlands

Fields flowers A field of Allium AMSTERDAM Keukenhof Gardens, The Netherlands - Fields flowers Morning at the Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm in Woo.

haagse hopjes

Very old candy typical dutch called haagse hopjes, mmmm

Advocaatje met slagroom

Advocaatje met slagroom (A liquour with whip cream).

Antique Dutch Ice Skates

antique Dutch ice skates // wood leather and steel blades

antique Dutch ice skates // wood leather and by MouseTrapVintage

Dutch silver jewelry from Zeeland, the Netherlands. It's called "Zeeuws knoopje"

Dutch silver jewelry from Zeeland, the Netherlands. It's called "Zeeuws knoopje"ring heb ik ook gehad was zeer populair.

Typical Dutch. Skating long distances on lakes and canals.

Skating long distances on Dutch lakes and canals

Stoofpeertjes

Stoofpeertjes -- pears cooked in juice and part of any Dutch dinner menu.

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.

dutch houses

I grew up with these on the walls Holanda

The Dutch Table...strawberry sandwiches Memories of my childhood.

Zomerkoningkjes, "Summer Kings," is the Dutch nickname for strawberries. Served in early summer on a slice of bread 'n butter.with sugar sprinkled on! One of my favorite sandwiches growing up!

Anton Pieck

Anton Franciscus Pieck a Dutch painter, artist and graphic artist

zwartwitballen

one of my favorite Dutch licorice candies!

'Schietuus"

'Schietuus"

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."

The Dutch Table

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".

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