Headed to Amsterdam? Ordering a meal at a Dutch restaurant is no easy affair. The names of many Dutch dishes contain more letters than the dishes do calories. Educate yourself on the meanings of these popular Dutch delicacies in order to ensure you get a sweet deal. You’ll look like a local foodie in no time.
Boerenjongens are just brandied raisins, and frequently appear at the bottom of a cup of eggnog. It tastes as if you crammed all of the holidays into a single cup.
Kip Met Slagroomsaus
This isn’t some Martian version of When Harry Met Sally. This dish, which translates to “chicken with whipped cream sauce,” involves a light, airy cream usually made with onions or mushrooms.
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