DUTCH FOOD MAGAZINE
about Dutch food culture and food travel in The Netherlands
The Netherlands as a food(ie) destination. Yes! Ofcourse! Dutch food is more than stroopwafels and bitterballen. Don’t get us wrong. Stroopwafels and bitterballen are very tasty! You really need to try them once. But The Netherlands has more to offer when it comes to food. The Dutch have a very rich food culture. Not many people know that. Not many Dutch people know that. So this Dutch food magazine is not only for non-Dutch people who are interested in what the Dutch cuisine has to offer, but it’s also for Dutch people who want to learn more about their food heritage.
Eat your way through The Netherlands
This Dutch vegetable soup with meatballs is a simple recipe with maximum flavour. It’s a great lunch or part of dinner with some fresh bread on the side.
This classic recipe for semolina pudding with berry sauce gets served as a dessert after dinner. It’s a simple pudding made of milk, semolina and sugar.
Fried cod is a very popular treat that most people buy when they go shopping at the market or whenever they’re away for the day!
In this blog you can read more about Dutch summer fruits you really need to try. I also give you information in which months this fruits are available and where you can pick these fruits yourself.
For several years, Wageningen University has been experimenting in a greenhouse in Bleiswijk to grow Dutch vanilla. With succes!
Kale mashed potatoes with bacon and gravy is a winter dish and a very popular ‘stamppot’ in the Netherlands. It is a real comforting Dutch meal.
Yesterday was the official opening of the Easter Scheldt Lobster Season in Zierikzee. We were invited to attent this huge event and taste the first catch.
The north part of the province of Limburg is the perfect place for when you want to immerse yourself in the world of asparagus.
French toast with cinnamon sugar is a typical Dutch treat that originally was invented to use old bread instead of throwing it away. Find the recipe here!
Evelyne tells you how to spot a real Dutchman at the dining table and what her favorite stamppot is. And that you have to think outside the box when it comes to Dutch food.
Are you planning a trip to Rotterdam (Zuid-Holland)? And are you wondering which local foods you can eat there? Read this local food guide Rotterdam and you will know!
In Robèrt van Beckhoven’s store Bij Robèrt and restaurant Keuken van Leer in Oisterwijk you can enjoy breads, pastries, breakfast, lunch and high tea.