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The Dutch Way of Life as Seen in Food - 3

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The Dutch no-nonsense attitude is also found in Dutch food. Dutch cuisine is not elaborate or refined. Lunch is often bread (open-faced sandwiches) with milk and/or coffee or tea, dinner is usually some meat, potatoes and vegetables. (I am not good at preparing meat so at my house we mostly have eggs instead of meat.) But there may be a nice snack at morning coffee or afternoon tea-time.
Hollandse kost -hear- Dutch home cooking, basic meals

[French beans meal]
sperziebonen click to hear (French beans) - recipe
[Italian Beans Meal]
snijbonen click to hear (Italian beans) - recipe
[Italian Beans Meal]
snijbonen
[a meal of fava beans with bacon, potatoes and a fried egg]
tuinbonen click to hear (fava beans) - recipe
sperziebonen
nootmuskaat
boter
hear
French beans
nutmeg
butter
snijbonen
spek
ham
hear
[cutting] Italian beans
bacon
ham
tuinbonen
spek
gekookte aardappelen
gebakken ei
hear - 2
[garden] fava beans
bacon
boiled potatoes
fried egg
aardappels
aardappelpuree
gebakken ei
hear
potatoes
mashed potatoes
fried egg
erwtensoep
worst
bietjes
rode kool
hear
(pea soup)
(sausage)
(red beets)
(red cabbage)
sperziebonen
snijbonen
hear
French beans
[cutting] Italian beans
Many people say
"rooie kool" - hear
See D softening
witlof
hutspot
hear
(Belgian endives)
(potatoes, carrots and onions,
boiled and mashed)

[pea soup]
erwtensoep click to hear (pea soup) - recipe
[red beets]
bietjes click to hear (red beets)
[red cabbage, sausage]
rode kool click to hear - 2 (red cabbage) - recipe
[a well with gravy in a carrots/potatoes/onion mash]
hutspot click to hear (a carrots/potatoes/onion mash) - recipe
"een kuiltje voor de jus" click to hear - 2 (a well for gravy)
[Belgian Endives Meal]
witlof click to hear (Belgian Endives) - recipe
[bacon]
spek click to hear (bacon)
kruiden click to hear spices
peper click to hear pepper
zout click to hear 2 salt
nootmuskaat click to hear nutmeg
knoflook click to hear garlic
laurierblaadjes click to hear bay leaves
foelie click to hear mace
tijm click to hear thyme
bonenkruid click to hear savory
komijn click to hear cumin
gember click to hear ginger
kaneel click to hear cinnamon
mosterd click to hear mustard
kerrie click to hear curry
[mashed potatoes on a plate]
aardappelpuree click to hear
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