Hi minna, I didn't see you there!minna wrote:Thank you for the welcome everyone......
Stroopwafels (Nl-stroopwafels2.ogg pronunciation (help·info)) (English translation: syrup waffles) are thin Dutch waffles with a syrup filling. They were first made in Gouda in the Netherlands, in 1784. Large versions are sold in the streets as a snack........beats rat on a stick surely!
If only I had known this before....they would definately have been on my love list...even without tasting them.
I've actually found British stroopwafels sold as 'syrup wafers' or something like that, in my local Co-op in Cardiff. They are particularly nice if you place them over your cup of coffee so that the steam melts the syrup.
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