There is quite a bit of confusion surrounding the concept of ‘local,’ particularly in relation to food.
Hidden in the nineteenth-century park behind the world's most famous tulip garden Keukenhof is the only food art museum in the Netherlands.
We find out what Flemish and Dutch people have been eating since prehistoric times. Smakelijk!
Thanks to a sixteenth-century botanist from the Southern Netherlands, the potato became known throughout Europe.
In the 19th century, rabbits from Flanders became a popular source of cheap meat for the poor of London. They came by boat, so they called them 'Ostend Rabbits'.