Where was licorice candy invented?

Ever wonder where was licorice candy was invented? Would it surprise you to know that there are records of licorice being consumed by the Pharaohs, Alexander the Great and Roman Emperors? In those days it was more often consumed as a liquid rather than food, but its...

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Nasi Goreng – Indonesian Fried Rice

One of our favorite dishes to serve is Nasi Goreng.  Literally translated from Indonesian, Nasi Goreng means fried rice.  Like many rice based cultures the Indonesian people began frying rice to preserve it for later consumption.  Nasi Goreng was traditional made for...

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Stuff Dutch People

We now offer the the Stuff Dutch People... series of books. All four books are authored by Colleen Geske. Stuff Dutch People Like Stuff Dutch People Like is a study of all things orange. It investigates and highlight the idiosyncrasies of the Dutch culture and their...

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Dutch Chocolate Sprinkles

Hagelslag Dutch chocolate sprinkles, or hagelslag, is a treat that originated in the Netherlands where those deliciously sweet sprinkles that are available in a wide variety of tempting colors and flavors. Hagelslag is not only a hit with Dutch children, it’s...

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Making Oliebollen Easy

An Oliebollen is a traditional Dutch food usually prepared at New Years. The word Oliebollen translates in to oil spheres or balls.  They are  a variety of dumpling made by using an ice cream scoop or two spoons to scoop the dough and drop it into a deep fryer filled...

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Poffertjes are a traditional Dutch treat. Resembling small, fluffy pancakes, they are made with yeast and buckwheat flour. Unlike American pancakes, they have a light, spongy texture. Typically, poffertjes are served with powdered sugar and butter, and sometimes syrup...

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M&M’s Colorworks

Are you celebrating a graduation and want a special treat that matches your school colors?  Well then M&M's Colorworks is a great idea for color coordinated party favors or snack bowls.  We stock twenty one different colors and if those colors don't work you we can...

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The Dutch in Wartime

The Dutch in War Time is a series of nine books published by Mokeham Publishing in Canada. The Dutch in Wartime: Survivors Remember’ is a series of books containing the wartime memories of Dutch immigrants to Canada and the USA, who survived Nazi occupation of the...

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Blue Skies Orange Wings

Blue Skies Orange Wings - The Global Reach of Dutch Aviation in War and Peace, 1914-1945 Through a wealth of photographs and color illustrations and an informed narrative, Blue Skies, Orange Wings documents the surprisingly strong role of Dutch aircraft, airmen,...

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Double Dutch Stroopwafels

Double Dutch Stroopwafels or Syrup Waffles have been produced by Schep's Bakery since 1985. Now, after many years of introducing them to Canadian and American residents they are often referred to as "Waffle Cookies". A Syrup waffle is a cookie baked by being pressed...

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