Ghent, Belgium Run by the 8th generation of this family of confectioners, glass jars filled with sweets line up behind the counter of this old-fashioned sweet shop, which has been in its current location since 1904. All of its sweets are made by the family's factory, including typically Belgian neuzekes (hard, triangular cherry-red 'noses' filled with soft jelly) and mokke (aniseed biscuits).
Himschoot Bakery | Ghent - Tradition of the local bakery shop - long gone from city and town in most places but the window view exist in our memory, in this local shop it still exists. LOVE this it bring back so many fond memories of visiting our local Bakery as a child. This is where the Cookie Club started, wish I was a kid again....dh