Tuesday, June 12, 2012

V is for Voortman

Voortman's cookies since 1951

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17 comments:

Carver said...

I'd like some of those delicious looking cookies. Carver ABC-Wed. Team

EG CameraGirl said...

Why didn't I think of that? Very good! :)

VioletSky said...

I resisted going into the outlet to buy some cookies.
just to photograph for this post, you understand ;)

biebkriebels said...

That is a nice story I read about the dutch teen boys made a cookies business in the fifties. A very big advertisement.

RedPat said...

I feel the need of a cookie!

Irene said...

I wonder if they really taste like Dutch cookies?

Emille said...

If they have lived in the Netherlands themselves, they probably would still taste like a Dutch cookie. Can't ever remember seeing the Voortman cookie in California, but...we have the Dutch store: speculaas, krakelingen, stroopwafels, bokkepootjes, shall I go on?

Roger Owen Green said...

the packaging makes them look delicious!

ROG, ABC Wednesday team

Life with Kaishon said...

I think they sell those cookies at our market. I should try some : )

Jama said...

Looks delicious! Let me see if it's available here in Singapore.

Luna Miranda said...

the cookies look delicious! it's perfect with my coffee right now.:p

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Hildred and Charles said...

The cookies look delicious, - I always feel that if I am buying Dutch cookies I am buying quality. And they taste so yummy, too.

chubskulit said...

I want some cookies.

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Rose, ABC Wednesday Team

Halcyon said...

Yum!! I love those digestive biscuits. Especially the ones with chocolate chips. :)

Black Jack's Carol said...

I love the feel of the name, Voortman, under my tongue. I'm not really a big fan of cookies, but the idea for the post was brilliant!

Oakland Daily Photo said...

Our local cookie maker was Mother's Cookies. Sadly now out of business.

Paul Crossman said...

They are available in Singapore! And funny fact for you they actually sell thier Dutch style cookies in Holland and the Netherlands

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