dinsdag 29 april 2014

The King's birthday




Flags on top of the church



and in the streets.



On this day we eat a sweet goody called Tompouce. It's a well known pastry in the Netherlands. It's made of puff pastry, pastry cream and it's topped with a layer of icing. Normally the icing is pink, but for King's Day it's orange. Eating it can be a challenge, there are different techniques.



Tastes delicious but..



hard to eat.



12 opmerkingen:

  1. Oh! haha, looks delicious though ;-)
    Love Marieken's green jacket :)

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  2. Wooow!!! Thank you for sharing :) I love the Nice little street picture ...
    Yummy cake.. You gave me appetite for sweets :p
    XO from Vintagebyrachel.com

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  3. That Tompouce looks good:) I read Marieken's post on it, and I do wish we have a day here where you have to wear orange, coz I love that colour:D

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  4. Ha! I recognize your pastry destroyer!

    Looks like you had a delicious celebration!

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  5. I'm totally daydreaming about Tompouce right now. Must taste amazing! Kisses

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  6. that looks so yummy!!!! something like cheesecake?
    Debbi
    -YankeeBurrow

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  7. I have never had tompounce but it sure looks and sounds good. I'm always up for some type of napoleon layed pastry. I spy somebody's orange nails for Kings Day. I love seeing the photos of where you two live! wonderful.

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    1. Pam, trust me...it's YUM. I can taste it right now....if only they had it in Australia!

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  8. Looks yummy! But ....will have to learn the eating technique from Marieken!

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  9. haha ... i love your captions and marieken's photo.. Too funny!

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