5 International Easter Breads for Your Basket

Easter bread is poised to be bigger than ever this year, with so many people baking homemade loaves that flour and yeast have become hard to find. But traditional breads associated with the holiday...

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Eating Amsterdam

by drbouba 5 years ago

Going to Amsteram this Spring (May 27 - June 3). Will spend 4 days in the city (staying in a house on Jan Luijkenstraa) and then a few daytrips, probably: 1: The Hague; 2: Schermerhorn, Edam, Ma...

Indonesian rijstafel in Amsterdam

by fenyeeteh 5 years ago

We'll be in Amsterdam for a multi-generational family trip in July. We're looking for recommendations for Indonesian rijstafel sit-down restaurant that can seat a group of 9. The youngest is an 1...


by IPcook 5 years ago

Looking for good cooking in Amsterdam, prefer to not be served "tweezer food" ; suggestion for good european bistro cooking and/or an Indonesian meal would be very helpful. Recommendation on Michel...

Amsterdam - casual place with good wine list

by JosefK 5 years ago

We are three persons in the wine trade who will be in Amsterdam early November for just one night. We are looking for a good place to have dinner and we are looking for a place that obviously serve...

Where to dine in Paris

by AmySowder 5 years ago

I'm going to Paris in early July, and I'd love some casual eatery suggestions, as well as a couple fine-dining ideas. It could be a little cafe, bakery, patisserie (oooh!), or anything. I can't go ...

Bringing food through customs

by collardman 5 years ago

I've seen a few past threads that weren't too clear on this, as is the online regulations that ban importing "meat". We travel to Holland every other year and this year we have been requested to...

Very late dinner in Amsterdam?

by quantabeam 5 years ago

My wife and I will be arriving in Amstedam around 10pm from Asia, and you can bet we'll be dying for a decent bite to eat. I'm hoping we'll be checked in at our hotel in De Pijp by midnight or so. ...

3-D Printed Cheese on the Way

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 5 years ago

"...In terms of consumer acceptance, 3-D printed foodstuffs might not have a hard time at all. After all, it's just another manufacturing process, and we’re certainly not shy about eating foodstuff...

Lute - Amstelveen

by LisafromCalgary 6 years ago

I was invited to Lute in Amstelveen and was pleasantly surprised by the experience. It is in a unique setting outside of Amsterdam, near the Amstel River. In good weather, the patio would be love...

Rotterdam Eats

by Juniper 10 years ago

I realise there's not a rush for anyone to go to Rotterdam, but I thought I would post my thoughts on my year's worth of eating in the city. Since I'm a student here, I have not tried the Michelin...

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