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The Hungry Nomad: Stroopwafels (The Hague, The Netherlands)

March 12, 2011

Stroopwafels (The Hague, The Netherlands)

Living in a country with an amazing reputation when it comes to their cuisine, it's easy to forget the trusty food from back home which has served me so well for years. However, leaving for my home country shortly, I can't wait to get my hands on a hot stroopwafel. Don't confuse these caramel waffles with their Belgian cousins, but they are equally delicious. Caramel waffles are even popular internationally, and I've noticed them in several countries at a certain large coffee chain. When in the Netherlands, my advice for the best stroopwafel experience is to keep an eye out for a waffle stand out on the streets and treat yourself to a warm, soft but crunchy, crumbling waffle. Alternatively, when you happen to stumble into a package of waffles somewhere, quickly rush home and put your waffle in the microwave for 5 seconds and you come very close to that lovely fresh waffle experience.

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At March 13, 2011 , Blogger Hungry Nomad said...

Kim! These are by far my favorite ever since you introduced them to me back in Switzerland. Luckily, I have found them here as well in the 'international' food isle. And...wouldn't you know it Starbucks has also picked up on the yum factor of these caramel filled waffles. YUM. i want one right now.

At March 14, 2011 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Kim! Just found out that you contribute to this blog! So nice!! When do you come to check out the Norwegian fish and potatoes? ;) Love, Leonie


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