Nope, it's not the refrain of a Regina Spektor song. It's the Dutch food product of the day!
Earlier in the year, Josh and I decided we would learn Old English for something fun to do in the evenings. We found a great online tutorial. . . but we haven't had much time to devote to such luxuries lately.
However, we can always spare a minute over the dinner table to read our food product labels in Dutch. Many big-brand (or off-brand) foods here are labeled in Dutch (which the French call "Neerlandais") and French, I guess because they're marketed in Belgium. So Josh and I get our Germanic-language fix by reading the labels to each other and making the other person guess what the words mean. Want to play? Here you go:
What's in the box of apelsaap?
And what am I eating when I take a spoonful of rijstpap, vanillesmaak?
Answers to follow.
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