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oliebollen! wonder if this dough is similar to funnel cakes...

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New Year's food traditions around the globe!

The Stroopwafel – or “syrup waffle” – is a traditional Dutch cookie originating from Gouda in the Netherlands. No one is certain when people began baking them; one story dates the first stroopwafel in 1784. A baker made cookies out of crumbs from his left over baked goods and put the warm syrup between the cookies. The first known recipe for Stroopwafels dates back to 1840. Traditionally, Stroopwafels are placed on your coffee cup to heat them through. The steam from the coffee heats and war...

It's Dutch! The Netherlands, Holland
Jacquie Rudge
It's Dutch! The Netherlands, Holland

I had so much fun just reading this out loud. It's Dutch- I don't even know what it means

Y... Dutch... love it! Still will write ij in place of y in my English words sometimes!

Olliebollen (oil balls): balls of dough deep-fried in oil, usually sprinkled with powder sugar. The Dutch eat them during winter time, especially around New Year's.

New years food with collard greens and black eyed peas. Dr. Laji James, Pediatric Dentistry - pediatric dentist in Houston, TX @ kidsdentistofhous...

Bokkenpootjes a dutch treat, biscuits filled with a buttery custard and dipped in chocolate. Recipe here!