Monday, 27 October 2014

Our World Tuesday, ABC Wednesday, P for Pancakes

Every year in October our choir of senior citizens organizes a Pancake Party. We have to  go by car to the neighbouring village of Bergambacht. The Pancake restaurant is situated next to a windmill. It is open on Tuesdays till Saturdays from 10.00 till 21.00. On weekdays mentally retarded people work here with great enthusiasm and skill. They are supervised by the permanent staff. It is a great success.


There were three different kind of pancakes: naturel, pancakes with bacon and pancakes with cheese.

Further more we could have a salad , a meat dish, apples and raisins compote and a spicy sauce.


A meal is important but more important is the social side of  meeting  people of our age. We talked a lot, which we cannot do during choir practice.


Pancakes with bacon


A dish of minced meat


Apples and raisins


Salad of fresh vegetables


A fruit compote of red berries, strawberries  


One of our sopranos

One of our altos


The restaurant is called "Onder de Molen", which means : "Under the Mill".

This mill houses a souvenirshop, and of course we wanted to see what we could buy there.

This is what I bought:






Bergambacht is the name of the village. It 's a typically Dutch place.











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24 comments:

Cloudia said...

I love the sabots, a wonderful emblem of ZeeLand!

Sorry I missed the event, Wil :-)





ALOHA from Honolulu
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Sylvia K said...

What a wonderful post for the day, Wil!! And what a great restaurant and it must mean so much to so many!! Beautiful captures!! Thank you for sharing!! I hope you have a lovely week ahead!! Enjoy!

Roger Owen Green said...

We have pancakes maybe twice a month. YUM!

ROG, ABCW

Hildred said...

Lovely post, Wil, - I am a real pancake fan and love them with apricot jam. A great place for you to gather and enjoy your fellow choir members.

carol l mckenna said...

It all looks delicious! And love the trinkets you purchased ~ Wonderful photos for OWT!

artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)

Fun60 said...

I love pancakes!

lotusleaf said...

All those pictures of pancakes are making me hungry!

Rajesh said...

Beautiful set of images. I like it.

Su-sieee! Mac said...

I enjoyed reading and seeing photos of your outing. And, The souvenirs of tiny shoes are so delightful looking. I'd want to get me a few, too.

happywonderer said...

LOvely post. Of course now I'm really hungry. All the photos were great to see!

Lmkazmierczak said...

Blueberry pancakes with maple syrup...doesn't get any better...for me♪ http://lauriekazmierczak.com/prickly-burrs/

Melody Steenkamp said...

Hoenderloo........lang geleden daar een aantal dagen vertoefd voor een cursus... mooie omgeving he?

En ja pannnenkoeken...altijd goed.... ken wel een paar speciale adresjes in Nederland waar ze zo lekker zijn dat je je vingers er (bijna) bij opeet.

Ann said...

Pumpkin pancakes are the thing here now for fall. I've had them twice already in Oct. What a fun choir group you have.
Ann

Ni de Aqui, Ni de Alla said...

So cool that you belong to a choir! The pancakes look delicious!

Gattina said...

I love pancakes ! I have eaten the best once in Amsterdam !
Gattina
ABC Wednesday

Trubes said...

Ooh! Wil,
I love pancakes and we have them traditionally on Shrove Tuesday, which is the day before Lenten fasting begins in the Christian calendar.
My mother served them with caster sugar and freshly squeezed lemon juice, delicious!
I like savoury ones too, the pictures of your fillings look delicious too.
What a lovely way to spend the day with your choir friends, I loved the trinkets too.
I had a China Dutch Clog but somehow lost it when I moved house. It was from Delft and was painted in blue paint.

Lovely Post,
I really enjoyed reading all about your lifestyle,

best wishes,
Di, xx
Abcw team.

Susan Moore said...

Looks like fun! When I visited Amsterdam I so enjoyed trying the various pancakes, so delicious! The culinary influence of the Dutch is still with Indonesia as well - plenty of pancakes to be tried there as well. Thanks for sharing your story.

Indrani said...

Such delicious presentation of pancakes. :)
I liked those key chains too.

Unknown said...

Mooie-lekkere foto`s ik krijg er spontaan honger van ;-)

Groetjes V☺nnieb.nl

SamuraiFrog said...

Oh, boy, I love pancakes.

Beautiful buildings! Sounds like a fantastic day.

Starnitesky said...

Those pancakes look delicious and all the other food as well. It's good to chat to the other choir members and socialise.

Sushma Harish said...

OMG...yummy post :)

Shady Gardener said...

What a great time! The photos of this town remind me very much of Pella, Iowa. A Dutch community that celebrates Mother's Day with "Tulip Time" parade and festivities all day. Ah! Gotta love those Dutch Letters! :-) Thank you for sharing this post.

Ann, Chen Jie Xue 陈洁雪 said...

Hi Wil,

Anything with bacon is delicious to me. I would have loved to go with you.

Thanks for telling me that you couldn't read my Grandpa's hero post. I had a lot of trouble posting it. I have move it to my book blog.
http://annkitsuet-chinchan.blogspot.co.nz/2014/10/captain-roger-cheng.html. I hope this is better.