♥ Netherlands

Tulip Fields, Netherlands This tulip field in the Netherlands has a wide area of land filled with beautiful tulips in different colors, making it attractive and colorful like a rainbow ,from Iryna

I love Windmill Cookies. Reminds me of when I was a kid and after church, I would grab a windmill cookie. And my Mom always said that my hero, my Great Grandma Policka, would make windmill cookies.

Weekend Getaway in Holland, Michigan

Holland, MI - From Minnesota to Ohio, towns along the Midwest's Great Lakes capture the summer vacation spirit. Here are some of our favorite Great Lakes getaways, with tips on exploring each one.

Typically Dutch: is to eat ‘drop’, best translated as licorice. That's why my dad likes it so much!!!

diagonaal compositie Typically Dutch: is to eat ‘drop’, best translated in licorice. It’s sweet or salt sticky candy the Dutch just luuve to eat. Any favourite kind?

Netherlands: Salty Licorice The Dutch have the highest per capita licorice consumption in the world—almost four pounds each. And most of that’s likely chewed through at the movies, where drop (that’s the alternate name for Dutch licorice) is a concession staple. The big difference from its stateside cousin? It’s usually salty, with an herbal, palate-cleansing kick.

Netherlands: Salty Licorice The Dutch have the highest per capita licorice consumption in the world—almost four pounds each. And most of that’s likely chewed through at the movies, where drop (that’s the alternate name for Dutch licorice) is a concession

Definitely trying the meatballs!

10 DUTCH FOODS YOU SHOULD TRY AT LEAST ONCE

This sweet snack is a waffle cookie made from two thin layers of batter with a sticky syrup filling in the middle.

My dad says this all the time.

If You Ain't Dutch You Ain't Much // Words I heard often from my Grandpa. I miss you Bapa.

Children's Wall Art Print - Amsterdam - Kids Nursery Room Decor

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