My husband's grandmother and her 3 sister's were Dutch. When my husband was very little, they would all sit around and talk about the kids in Dutch. He said they never knew what was being said but every now and then, they would hear their name. Sounds unsettling to me.
The four sisters - Ella, Nina, Lola, and Ada made lots of great Dutch food for family dinners. It was rich and it was fattening. But it was also tasty. One of our own family favorites is Panne Kucken. It is kind of like a cross between a quiche and a pancake and a custard. And now that you are thoroughly confused, here's the recipe. Most people prefer it served with maple syrup. But I like it with powdered sugar. If you notice, it already has quite enough butter. There is no need to add it to your toppings. It is also good served with warm peaches!
¼ stick butter
¾ C whole wheat or spelt flour
¾ C milk
¾ t honey
1 ½ t vanilla
Melt ¼ stick butter in cast iron skillet.
Beat 3 eggs and add to flour, milk, honey, and vanilla.
I am an artist / instructor specializing in illustrative pencil art.
My art focuses on the delights of life, mostly on the relationship between children and animals. I teach online drawing lessons through a video format that allows interaction between the students and the teacher.
I have been married to the Poet for over 35 years. He is a gem and we have 2 adult children who are artists in their own right.
Having said all of that, in the end, I am really just a pencil artist "drawn to redemption by the grace in His eyes." It is my prayer that my images and my words would inspire you to hope and to know the Author of hope.