In the heart of a Dutch winter, there’s a warm tradition that beckons expats and locals alike, an event that’s as much about companionship as it is about cuisine: gourmetten.
The Netherlands is well-known for many things. Think stroopwafels, windmills, and armies of cyclists.
Dutch snacks, Europe’s best-kept secret.
Gouda cheese is one of the most instantly recognizable images of the Netherlands. It also happens to be one of the most popular cheese varieties worldwide!
Oh, the humble stroopwafel, that stalwart of Dutch cuisine.
As an ardent foodie, the thought of Indian food makes my mouth water.
Have you ever found yourself thinking, what am I going to do this weekend? As we know, its an easy question but never an easy answer.
Amsterdam has more to offer than chocolate waffles and pickled herring. Brunch has taken over the city, and brunch in Amsterdam is something not to be missed.
Craft beer is big business, with the market predicted to hit USD 210.78 billion by 2028. In the Netherlands, craft beer, or ‘speciaalbier,’ is a mainstay in almost every bar or restaurant.
With its canals and its famous windmill that welcomes every traveler, the historical city of Leiden is beautiful and cozy, or as the Dutchies would say, gezellig.