I've tried Cadbury in the States but it tastes extra sweet. My nieces had some while over there, expecting it to be what they knew but found it so sweet they couldn't eat it. I suspect the recipe has been adapted for the US - no idea why!
New flavoured triple chocolate,mmm.. Add me to the list please,that makes two sources for 'drop',not sure i can think of another typically Dutch treat,at least not any that we can send through the mail. I don't think a nice young Gouda or worse a nice raw herring(with ot without onions,i prefer without of course,onions on your lovely raw fish,whoever thought of that... )would arrive in a desirable condition. Maybe some 'kaneelstokjes'(cinnamonsticks,http://www.jamin.nl/online_bestellen_14420/oud-hollandse-kaneelstokjes.html) or some form of 'spekkies'(Dutch marshmellows,http://www.jamin.nl/online_bestellen_c4838/spek-en-schuim.html)? Anyway,as i said,one more for the list s'il vous plait.
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