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Old 12-19-2018, 03:14 AM   #21
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Applestroop is very much like to what we call Apple Butter in the states. My dad loves it. I need to stop in Centerville on the way down to Houston this weekend and get some for him. I forgot last year.

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Old 12-19-2018, 03:37 AM   #22
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Applestroop is very much like to what we call Apple Butter in the states. My dad loves it. I need to stop in Centerville on the way down to Houston this weekend and get some for him. I forgot last year.

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Is the “stroop” the same stroop in “stroopwaffels?”
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Old 12-19-2018, 08:13 AM   #25
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Stroop is syrup, molasses, treacle in dutch, apple stroop means Apple molasses and stroopwaffles means syrup waffles.
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Stroop is syrup, molasses, treacle in dutch, apple stroop means Apple molasses and stroopwaffles means syrup waffles.
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When I used o fly to Amsterdam (I was a flight attendant), stroopwaffells were always on the “must bring home” list. And yes, I know you can get ‘em in the States.
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At the Getman Christmas market in my town (Weihnachtsmarkt), there is a booth that makes fresh, hot stroopwaffles. You can get them with salted caramel filling, or a type of apple butter.

They're great with either black tea, or ice cold milk.
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