Foodspotting · Rotterdam

Roffin and cultural diversity in a pie

If you have a dream, you should go for it and make it come true. The two cousins Thomas Koek en Peter Pan like good, honest and delicious food. They don’t have a background in baking, but by working everyday on their recipes, they learned to make delicious food. With the help of crowdfunding they… Continue reading Roffin and cultural diversity in a pie

Eindhoven · Foodspotting · Netherlands

A hidden gem in Eindhoven

Every city has its own hidden gems. Sometimes it’s in the middle of the city centre, sometimes it’s more outside. One unique foodspot I have visited is Restaurant de Karpendonkse Hoeve in Eindhoven. This restaurant opened her doors in 1973 and carries one Michelin Star since 1979. What does this hidden gem has to offer?… Continue reading A hidden gem in Eindhoven

Cooking & Baking · Den Bosch · Foodspotting · Netherlands

World Food Day in Den Bosch

As some of you might know, I live in the south of the Netherlands now, in the province Noord-Brabant to be exact. I gradually start to explore the food culture in my new hometown Eindhoven and nearby cities. This year Noord-Brabant has been proclaimed as the European region of Gastronomy. Food has been given a… Continue reading World Food Day in Den Bosch

Germany · Guest Blogs · Travel · Utrecht

The rich food culture in Germany

If I go to Germany and I ask you what I can eat there? What tips do you give me? You will probably name bratwurst, currywurst or beer. Especially with the Oktoberfest that started on the 22nd of September in Munich and the famous Christmas markets throughout the whole country, this is the image that… Continue reading The rich food culture in Germany

Foodspotting · Netherlands · The Hague

Exploring foodspots in The Hague

Last year I got the chance to join a foodtour in Leiden, which was organised by Louise from Keukenatelier. This March we had another foodtour. This time it was in The Hague and it was organised by Wendy from Mevr. Yan and Andrea from Anniepannie. We were joined by Louise from Keukenatelier, Marjolein from Echtegerechten, Inge from… Continue reading Exploring foodspots in The Hague

Asia · China · Cooking & Baking · Food · Netherlands

Eating zongzi at Dragon Boat Festival

Have you ever heard of zongzi? They are also called glutinous rice dumplings and it’s eaten at the Dragon Boat Festival 端午节 (duan wu jie). This festival falls on the 5th day of the 5th month of the lunar calendar. This year that’s tomorrow on the 18th of June 2018. Dragon Boat Festival is celebrated… Continue reading Eating zongzi at Dragon Boat Festival

Foodspotting · Netherlands · Rotterdam

Dudok opens new cafe in park near Euromast

If I say Dudok, you will certainly think about their famous apple pie. You can enjoy this pie at different cafes and restaurants especially in the area around Rotterdam and the Hague. Dudok also has its own cafe with the oldest one at the Meent in Rotterdam. Yesterday they opened their newest one in the… Continue reading Dudok opens new cafe in park near Euromast