would you eat these dutch foods?

would you eat these dutch foods?

I don't know it's a country in europe that makes no sense on every level but physical. Some food exists here.

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brood met hagelslag
"Sprinkles is a kind of sandwich spread consisting of small grains that remind of hail. Sprinkles can be sprinkled directly from the packaging onto a sandwich or other baking, usually after a layer of butter or margarine has been applied."
-wiki and google translate. because I didn't know how to describe it goodly

brood met hagelslag 
"Sprinkles is a kind of sandwich spread consisting of small grains that remind of hail. Sprinkles can be sprinkled directly from the packaging onto a sandwich or other baking, usually after a layer of butter or margarine has been applied."
-wiki and google translate. because I didn't know how to describe it goodly
yes!
im warm to the idea?
it wouldn't taste good and it doesn't look
good

pannenkoeken
"Pannenkoeken are usually larger (up to a foot in diameter) and much thinner than their American or Scotch pancake counterparts, but not as thin as crêpes. They may incorporate slices of bacon, apples, cheese, or raisins. Plain ones are often eaten with treacle (syrup made of sugar beets), appelstroop (an unspiced Dutch variety of apple butter) or (powdered) sugar and are sometimes rolled up to be eaten by hand or with cutlery."
-Wiki because i am too lazy to write this : )

pannenkoeken
"Pannenkoeken are usually larger (up to a foot in diameter) and much thinner than their American or Scotch pancake counterparts, but not as thin as crêpes. They may incorporate slices of bacon, apples, cheese, or raisins. Plain ones are often eaten with treacle (syrup made of sugar beets), appelstroop (an unspiced Dutch variety of apple butter) or (powdered) sugar and are sometimes rolled up to be eaten by hand or with cutlery."
-Wiki because i am too lazy to write this : )
FEED THAT TO ME
maybe because it looks good, but not
healthy
looks like a BIG nasty

Boerenkool met worst
Creamy kale and sausage. This is made with potatoes for Stamppot.
-could you tell that I took it upon myself to describe this one? : )

Boerenkool met worst
Creamy kale and sausage. This is made with potatoes for Stamppot.
-could you tell that I took it upon myself to describe this one? : )
YA. I WOULD EAT THIS ONE ALSO
Sure... or not really, but I would eat a little.
That's a culinary tragedy

Fries with mayonnaise
Let me be honest, I don't eat many of the food these questions have. But this and hagelslag? THEY ARE PART OF ME

Fries with mayonnaise 
Let me be honest, I don't eat many of the food these questions have. But this and hagelslag? THEY ARE PART OF ME
NO
One might be good or bad
alright

Filet Americain
Do you know those foods that try to be authentically based on another country? There's this. It's a spread of overly processed raw beef. Dipping sauce. The french had more to do with it, but people in Holland eat it. There is one question critics have about this filet. "Is it safe to eat?"
-Its raw and processed beef.

Filet Americain
Do you know those foods that try to be authentically based on another country? There's this. It's a spread of overly processed raw beef. Dipping sauce. The french had more to do with it, but people in Holland eat it. There is one question critics have about this filet. "Is it safe to eat?"
-Its raw and processed beef.
No/from an American
No that could kill me literally
Possibly/from an American
Ok, but I don't want to right now. Someday?
?
COOL/from America
It would be really fun to try this!
i can't because i have a health condition

Bitterballen
Amsterdam's snack. Bitterballen are a Dutch meat-based snack, typically containing a mixture of beef or veal, butter, flour for thickening, parsley, salt and pepper, resulting in a thick roux. Most recipes include nutmeg and there are also variations using curry powder or that add in finely chopped vegetables such as carrot. The ingredients are combined and cooked, then refrigerated for the mixture to firm up. Once firm, the filling is rolled into balls roughly 3 to 4 cm in diameter, then battered in a breadcrumb and egg mixture and deep-fried.
Wiki

Bitterballen
Amsterdam's snack. Bitterballen are a Dutch meat-based snack, typically containing a mixture of beef or veal, butter, flour for thickening, parsley, salt and pepper, resulting in a thick roux. Most recipes include nutmeg and there are also variations using curry powder or that add in finely chopped vegetables such as carrot. The ingredients are combined and cooked, then refrigerated for the mixture to firm up. Once firm, the filling is rolled into balls roughly 3 to 4 cm in diameter, then battered in a breadcrumb and egg mixture and deep-fried.
Wiki
Alright
i thought it was a desert at first. i'm not sure
that i want deepfried meatballs.
Maybe
Complete no.

Rijsttafel
It's adapted from the Indonesias, but it's different. It means rice tabel. It's hard to find in the Netherlands/Asia outside of Amsterdam, but mamssterdam is still Holland and I forget that a lot. Many spices influenced by everyone living in Indonesia during colonization. Eaten with rice. Mutiple plates and bowls that look random, but go with the rice and eachother.

Rijsttafel
It's adapted from the Indonesias, but it's different. It means rice tabel. It's hard to find in the Netherlands/Asia outside of Amsterdam, but mamssterdam is still Holland and I forget that a lot. Many spices influenced by everyone living in Indonesia during colonization. Eaten with rice. Mutiple plates and bowls that look random, but go with the rice and eachother.
YA!
Maybe
Show me the next food already. I'm not
going to eat that.

Bruine bonensoep
A winter soup with other vegetables and spices, but mainly brown beans. It's very easy to make. Also, it's really hot and it might not be able to get cold ever. The heat is strong.

Bruine bonensoep
A winter soup with other vegetables and spices, but mainly brown beans. It's very easy to make. Also, it's really hot and it might not be able to get cold ever. The heat is strong.
Ja!
In the middle
No

Oliebol
Donut/dumpling. by using an ice cream scoop or two spoons to scoop a certain amount of dough and dropping the dough into a deep fryer filled with hot oil, a sphere-shaped oliebol emerges.

Oliebol
Donut/dumpling.  by using an ice cream scoop or two spoons to scoop a certain amount of dough and dropping the dough into a deep fryer filled with hot oil, a sphere-shaped oliebol emerges.
I would eat that!
Eh
Ew