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    PanNan
    Sat Jul 16, 2005 9:24 am
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    Expat in Holland wrote:
    Thank you Carla. Actually I have used recipezaar for a while I had just never signed up as a member. I am happy to finally do so now.
    I live in Alphen aan den Rijn. My husband and I will probably be in Holland for 6 years, then we will move back to the U.S.
    I look forward to participating in this forum and chatting with other Foodies. It is always fun to share information and recipes.


    Hi Expat. I'm glad you signed up and started posting with us!
    PanNan
    Sat Jul 16, 2005 9:27 am
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    Speaking of cheese, I like most Dutch cheese, but particularly komijnen kaas (Dutch cheese with cumin seeds). Fortunately, they import it and I can buy some here.
    _roberto_
    Sat Jul 16, 2005 9:28 am
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    PanNan wrote:
    _roberto_ wrote:
    Cool that so many people mention Vla!
    Never knew it was typically Dutch..
    You can make it yourself actually.
    Maybe I will post the recipe but I have to ask my mum how to do it first icon_smile.gif


    Oh, please post this Roberto. I've never been able to duplicate the taste. I prefer the vanilla vla.


    Will try it here first! Then post it.
    Did you make it once already?
    PanNan
    Sat Jul 16, 2005 9:32 am
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    I've tried several recipes others have suggested that were not authentic, and didn't taste right. If your mother has a good recipe for it, I would love to try it.

    I've asked my Mom, but she doesn't know anyone who makes it. Everyone buys it.
    Expat in Holland
    Sat Jul 16, 2005 12:17 pm
    Regular "Line Cook" Poster
    Pets'R'us wrote:
    Hi expat!! I live in Leiden...near Alphen aan de Rijn!!
    Hope to see much more of you on Zaar..
    icon_biggrin.gif

    Hello Pets. I like visiting Leiden. It is a nice city with a young vibe to it with the University. I look forward to chatting with you on this forum. And also look forward to trading yummy recipes as well.

    I loved your kitty bio..it rocked! Love furry children!
    I too, have never had any kids, however now I am a stepmother to two. (I am in foreign territory with this one.. lol) All my kids have been furry, the big doggy kind. I feel much more comfortable with those kind of kids.. lol....

    Thank you for the welcome note. It is very much appreciated.
    Expat in Holland
    Sat Jul 16, 2005 12:38 pm
    Regular "Line Cook" Poster
    PanNan wrote:
    Expat in Holland wrote:
    Thank you Carla. Actually I have used recipezaar for a while I had just never signed up as a member. I am happy to finally do so now.
    I live in Alphen aan den Rijn. My husband and I will probably be in Holland for 6 years, then we will move back to the U.S.
    I look forward to participating in this forum and chatting with other Foodies. It is always fun to share information and recipes.


    Hi Expat. I'm glad you signed up and started posting with us!


    Hello Pan Nan, Thank you ever so much for the welcoming. In true southern style! I look forward to chatting with you and hope to share some recipes as well.

    I noticed your post about the komijn kaas. I do not particularly care for that one, however they have a lovely kaas of italian herbs in a aged gouda kaas in the little cheese shop here in Alphen. From what I am told they put herbs, (they were not sure which ones) dried tomatoes and olives in little flecks in the kaas. It is yummy, and the one cheese all my friends and family that come to visit always take a big wedge with them home. It is lovely to serve with a nice red or white wine. I am really liking trying all the different dutch cheeses. Sadly, even with all the bicycling the effect on the hips is showing! lol. Any other kaas you can recommend I try?

    Another thing I have found out recently, is you can no longer ship food items to the U.S. The goverment no longer allows this unless you are a known shipper. So sadly I can no longer send cheese, stroopwafels or coffee to my family in the US.
    However you can bring it back thru customs when you fly, as long as it is vacume sealed and you declare it. That is not a problem. If you fail to declare it and the little custom's dog find your bag they are now handing out hefty fines. Just an FYI.
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