This is Peter from the Netherlands again! Last November I visited Kirby in Vancouver and as a gift I brought her a pack of ‘stroopwafels’. A stroopwafel is a thin waffle filled with caramel syrup and I really recommend everyone to try it when visiting the Netherlands.
The picture above shows how I opened Kirbys package. She had managed to put so many food items in the box! She also put a card with a personal text in it, so kind of her! 🙂
These were the weirdest items in the package. It is called ‘Dragon Beard Candy’ and Kirby sent two flavors: Icy Crispy and Almond flavor. I tried the almond flavor and it was really delicious! It tasted a bit like cotton candy that you would get at a fun fair. I am curious how the Icy Crispy flavor will taste…
My first reaction when I saw this: What the heck? I tried seaweed in Korea before, but I had never seen seaweed potato chips. I can’t wait to try this!
The picture above shows macaroni with seafood soup. I have been with Kirby and another friend to the Australia Dairy Company in Hong Kong where we ate macaroni and ham soup. To me it was one of the weirdest things I had ever tried, but it tasted REALLY good! I guess Kirby remembered, so she got me this.
Seaweed! <3 It is really impossible to get this in the Netherlands, although we have a lot of seaweed in the ocean!
This is another food item that makes me feel excited. A few months ago, I bought udon noodles in Amsterdam and I proudly showed it to Kirsty and I said: ” Look how Asian I am!”. She said: “That is not udon!”. I was a bit sad at that time but she was right: it wasn’t proper udon.
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