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quanto sono buoni buoni, li hai provati con il vin santo?
Ma veramente stai ad amsterdam?! se me lo dicevi prima! Comuqnue è vero, ho mangiato bene, seguendo i suggerimenti gastronomici della guida che avevo. Un po' caro ma buono slurp ;-P

debra van Culiblog

Mandelbrot/i> is the Yiddish version. But made by Eastern European women as I know them, not extremely tasty.

I prefer the more flavour-packed cantuccini.


@Francesca: dai, quando vieni una prossima volta ci si organizza meglio. E sì, A'dam è caruccia (un caffè va tranquillamente per i 2,50) però a parte i prezzi dei generi alimentari ci si vive bene... Dove hai mangiato?


@Debra, I never tried mandelbrot but would love to. Will you make it once? I'll make cantuccini and then we'll be able to feed the whole of Amsterdam with them :D


ehh lekker


ehh lekker

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