Pannenkoek: our Dutch word of the day

We’re staying in Belgium for the first few days of our tour, but it’s close enough to the border that we were able to bike to Hulst in the Netherlands on a day ride.  I’d wondered how we’d find food in the Netherlands, but an Italian pannenkoek (pancake) for lunch was quite nice.

There’s a second food photo buried in the post (at least under the definition of food handed down by the current Challenge  overlord).  Hint: it’s not the baby coot!

This is just a placeholder for now. I’ll add a real description when I get more time.

4 response to "Pannenkoek: our Dutch word of the day"

    • By: Lednar De Nalloh Posted: August 18, 2021

      Soy sauce I’m guessing

    • By: Scooter Posted: August 18, 2021

      I don’t know, but definitely not molasses. It would help if I had a sense of taste I suppose.

  1. By: gregblood Posted: August 17, 2021

    There used to be a restaurant chain here in Minnesota called The Pannekoeken Haus. Whenever my folks would come up from Iowa, they’d want to have breakfast there. They loved those pannekoeks, but I don’t ever remember seeing one with fresh basil on it. I liked their home made sausages. Unfortunately, almost all of their stores are closed now.

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