The occasion, organised by the Embassy of the Netherlands, offers a excellent chance to uncover and appreciate great, wholesome Dutch meals and items.
Master Chef Jasper Udink Ten Cate from the Netherlands has been invited for the Dutch Food Week.
Shoppers and guests will have the chance to taste succulent Dutch delicacies while enjoying the reside cooking show and storytelling by Cate till Monday.
On Sunday, while cooking, Cate talked about the 17th century inspired cooking, that tells the stories of Dutch trade and the taste of that meals.
During the reside cooking show on Monday, he will talk about the inventive art in his meals. He will produce large paintings on baking paper with all types of colours.
Following a ribbon cutting ceremony, Bart Beltman, chargé d’affaires at the Embassy of the Netherlands, highlighted the adore each the Omani and the Dutch share for meals.
Beltman stated, “Omani and Dutch folks share numerous items, which includes their adore for great, tasty and wholesome meals. Every day, we as Dutch guests right here in Oman, have the chance to appreciate Omani cuisine.
“During this Dutch Food Week, I am honoured and pleased that we can offer the same hospitality we experience here by introducing the Dutch cuisine to Oman. I am inviting everyone to make use of the opportunity, and to enjoy it!”
In his speech, Beltman also addressed the close hyperlink among water, power and meals.
“Many folks know the Netherlands from its historic windmills – a centuries old remedy for water management and grinding grain. Using such revolutionary and sustainable methods has not only prevented our nation from getting flooded. It also contributed to becoming the world’s second biggest exporter of agricultural meals items.
“The Netherlands is more and more regarded as a world-class culinary destination. Did you know that the Netherlands hosts 100 restaurants with 1, 2 or 3 Michelin stars?”
The opening ceremony of the Dutch Food Week took location in the presence of best officials from the embassy, the management of Carrefour as effectively as Majid al Futtaim.
Information Source: Muscat Daily