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pia jane bijkerkcooking up a storm with rhubarb and hangop... - pia jane bijkerk

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cooking up a storm with rhubarb and hangop
Posted in Uncategorized May 12th, 2009 by piablog

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My dear friend Yvette is in da (blog)house kitchen this evening, cooking – and drawing – up a storm with rhubarb and a traditional Dutch dish called hangop. Now shock horror: I have never tasted hangop! I know, embarrassing. But Yvette just told me about it the other day and I was secretly wanting her to give me her secret recipe so I could make it. And she has! For you too! She is a sweetheart. Please welcome fabulous food stylist Yvette Van Boven back in the kitchen (click here to read her full post with photo and recipe).

encore merci ma chère Yvette!

xx


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2 Comments

  1. Hedy says

    No shock horror at all: I am Dutch, for a long long time already, and I have never tasted ‘hangop’ either.The name is not very attractive for a dish, maybe that´s part of the reason.

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  2. emily says

    I adore rhubarb! I am always ecstatic when the red-pink stems are ready to harvest from my Grandpa’s garden. I don’t think I have technically had hangop but I do think that I’ve eaten something very similar. I will have to try this recipe. It will be something new for both of us.

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