These aren’t all from the same meal of course, but here are a couple tasty things we’ve eaten in Eindhoven lately.
The AcceptGiro is a pretty cool Dutch (or European?) standard. Since no one uses checks here, the invoices from your service providers (water, gas, cable) come with a payment slip on the bottom. You write your account number (rekeningnummer), sign it, and send it in. Of course, you can also do it the old fashioned
On the Champs-Elysée, we found over 100 chalets selling mulled wine, hot cider, roasted chestnuts, and other foods from around the world. We didn’t get a chance to take a spin on the ice rink, but we did find the creepy Santa hanging from the trees. And a Thanksgiving American flag?!?
We didn’t understand most of the service, but it’s the thought that counts, right?
Sometimes we don’t have the energy to type the text on the front of the package into Google Translate before we buy something, so we make some assumptions about what’s inside. Laundry soap looks like laundry soap, and coffee looks like coffee. However, every once in a while we draw a wild card, and a