Dutch Cookbook

If you think that the Netherlands is the ultimate underdog when it comes to all things culinary, think again! From Limburg flan, Zeeland mussels and egg balls from Groningen to seaweed, rapeseed oil and wild oysters, the Netherlands boasts an amazing range of regional delights and products, all of which have their own fascinating stories.

In this book, culinary journalist Laura de Grave jumps on her electric motorbike and takes you on a trip around the Netherlands. She visits the country’s best fishermen, farmers and food producers and takes a peek behind the scenes in the kitchens of local chefs and bakers. Join Laura and discover the secrets of Dutch regional cuisine and try the recipes yourself at home!

About the makers

Laura de Grave (1987) is a culinary journalist and author of cookbooks. She studied Dutch Language & Culture and Journalism and New Media. As a freelance journalist she writes for various magazines and media, including Allerhande and bol.com.

Hans de Kort (1963) is a freelance photographer. In 2018 he won the Zilveren Camera in the category Art, Culture and Entertainment (series).

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