Tag: dutch

Schorseneren…the forgotten root.

Time for another fun installment of Stuff Dutchies eat (in the Autumn). Usually a trip to the market is a true mission to find the freshest and most in- season goodies possible. But last week the choice was really not up to me… She: Are you sure that’s all you want? 2 carrots, 1 potato, 1 celeriac? Me: Yep that should…

Wine poached artichokes with parsley garlic (vegan) butter recipe

I’ve died and gone to heaven. Not only is it FINALLY summer in Holland, but more importantly, it is artichoke season at the Saturday markets. I have seen them there for months, and I’ve been waiting. And waiting. And waiting (not so patiently) for the price to drop. Finally at a reasonable price (1 euro/one) I scooped up a few…

Dutch Kale Stamppot with Vegetarian Sausage

“OMG! Have you tried that fab new Dutch restaurant downtown! WOW! The flavors are so exotic, and unfamiliar!” Said no one. Ever. To be clear: I love Amsterdam. I adore Holland. I admire Dutch culture. I enjoy Dutch people…but Dutch food, as in traditional Dutch cuisine, is nothing to write home about. Besides, friends back home want to hear about…