Our Products

Meats

Specialty Meats

This is the place for our signature Frikandel as well as other snacks like Beef Bites and Croquettes.

Cheese

Cheese

We proudly "serve" a variety of Beemster cheeses and in various weight options.

Chocolates

Chocolates

What would an online Dutch store be without Chocolates. Surprise that special person with our 4U series.

Dutch Almond Pastry

Almond Pastries

Some of the best Dutch and delicious sweets, are made with almonds. We serve your sweet tooth here!

Visit us at the Coral Gables Hispanic Cultural Festival

 

 

 

The Coral Gables Hispanic Cultural Festival

When:  October 25-26, 2014, 11 am

Where:  Biltmore Way, Coral Gables, FL

This will be the 5th year of this wonderful celebration of the Hispanic Culture.
Dutch-Goodies participates again. We will showcase the heritage between the Hispanic & Dutch Culture.
Visit our booth and get a special gift!
You don’t have to wait till the festival. Participate in our Season give away. Down load our App, get discounts and bring your cell with the app to our booth.

 

Double Aged!

It had been a while, but finally we had the opportunity again to meet up with friends and enjoy a casual Saturday evening dinner and relaxed time.  While my friend was playing chess with my oldest one, I served an appetizer that I knew would leave an impression. It was that wonderfully aged Beemster cheese and in a sudden 'presence of mind' I thought of pairing this and to surprise my friend with an  'aged' port wine from Sandeman. As you may have read, the aged Beemster goes well with a port wine and it had been a long time that I actually paired the two. Well, what can we say….this should be a daily activity! Wow and wow again. We do forget quickly in this day and age, but I promise this moment, where these 2 aged and quality products came together will never be forgotten. I let the cheese come to room temperature and had the port wine breath some as well. Then I cut the cheese in small strips of about 1 inch length and 1/4 inch thick. Rounded them up on a plate and put a small bowl of mustard, in this case Grey Poupon, in the middle. You can also, as is commonly done, cube the cheese.  Now, whether you sip the port wine first and roll it over your taste buds and then take a bite of the cheese or the reverse, it does not really matter. The mingling of the hearty, salty, yet easy on the robustness Beemster with the velvety, sweet, full body appreciation of the Sandeman, creates a crescendo of superlatives in the mouth. To me it is always amazing how these experts are able to explain what a reaction an event like this in your mouth would taste, look or sound like.  Would you mind if I in a simple way just compare it with the phenomenon of peanut butter and jelly sandwich? It is that contrast in things, the ying & yang effect that makes it so perfectly fit for each other. I would just recommend to do it for yourself and make up your own conclusion.  Whatever happens, it is quite unique, exciting and should be done more often. If just a little bit of cheese fan and of course a fan of relaxed time, I am very confident you will enjoy it! If we would only be able to create more time to do these things….

Cheese, Lactose & Gluten Free

Happy Cows, Happy Farmers, Happy Planet!

Beemster cheeses come from the quiet, canal lined pastures of the Beemster Polder, just north of Amsterdam, in the Netherlands. This most famous Dutch polder was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1999. It is here that farmers work hard to preserve the landscape for future generations while providing the best care for their animals and the highest quality milk. The Caring Dairy partnership has allowed for a structured approach to help ensure ongoing sustainability steps from the cow all the way to the consumer.

The Beemster polder, where the cows graze and these cheeses are made, is right next to Alkmaar in the Netherlands where the most famous cheese market in the world is located. For centuries the main market square in Alkmaar has been used to trade and sell cheeses. Still to this day, every summer the market is an attraction for thousands of tourist. Here they can witness how for centuries cheese in Holland was brought to the market.

Now, Dutch-Goodies.com is bringing this world class cheese to South Florida market. No need to order it on line and get charged for shipping…just right here at your doorstep, convenient and easy.  Our favorite Beemster is an extra aged cheese, which is also lactose and gluten free. Its color is light brown, like caramel and the texture is almost crisp. We read various impressions of its taste, but this is how we describe it: Nuts!  Of course we got this one word to describe the cheese, because many say it is nutty, bit salty, bold flavored but still soft at the bite.  It is said that this cheese is the signature cheese for the Dutch.  You may be the judge of that!

Labor Day

What are we actually celebrating on a day on which we don’t have to ‘labor’?
Well, your experience will most likely depend on where you live and more importantly where your roots lie. In most European countries, this particular day falls on May 1st. Labor Day is related to the celebration of reduced working hours and in the socialist/communist world it grew to become a national holiday and big celebration. Something tells me that this isn’t really how the US celebrates this day and the history behind it and it was moved for that reason to the first Monday of September (not necessarily the 1st).
Some believe this particular day in September was chosen because of the first parade held in NY by the Knights of Labor on September 5th 1886. On top of that, President Cleveland didn’t want the Haymarket Massacre, which occurred in Chicago on May 4th, to coincide with a Labor Day celebration, meaning both events would be commemorated on the same day.
So now, we celebrate Labor Day on the first Monday in September: a celebration of the American labor movement and dedicated to the social and economic achievements of workers. It constitutes a yearly national tribute to the contributions workers have made to their (our) country’s strength, prosperity, and well-being.
Now it’s time to celebrate this upcoming Labor Day weekend with some real Dutch treats and our ‘frikandel’. A Dutch hot dog – but without the bread – that grew from a burger to a sausage and now is the number 1 food snack in the ‘Dutch-lands': the Netherlands, Belgium and even Germany (Deutschland). It’s made of turkey and beef and can be deep fried, grilled or baked to perfection and your taste.

2014 Holiday Season our Give Away Season!!

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Frikandel is the most popular sausage in Holland and is now available at various Dutch stores in the US.

Dutch-Goodies launched Frikandel this year and we want to celebrate its success with you! Join our Give Away Season!!!

Like us on Facebook, Download our App, Sign up for our Newsletter or place an order and send us a comment through the website, with your email address, cell contact and you will automatically be enrolled. (no purchase necessary).

This Holiday Season we will give away prizes with a total value of $ 1000. Gift Baskets, Party Packages, Park Get-a-Ways & More

Please take note of following conditions:
Each $ 10.00 of order value enters you in the price drawing.
(i.e. $50 = 5 entries)
Shipping costs are excluded of spending total. Payment has to be completed on all orders. Credit Card charges may apply. No limit in orders, money amount or entries. Provided info will be verified.

Carnival on the Mile 2014

Dutch Goodies Carnaval on the Mile

Meet us again at the “Carnival on the Mile” in Coral Gables.

This event hosts lots of crafts, artists, foods, music and fun. Saturday from 10 to midnight and Sunday from 10 to 8pm. Come and have your piece of Dutch treats or just to enjoy a good time. Join us to have some great Dutch Fried Rice and our special Pinchas de Pollo… Now also our new sausage/salchicha, Dutch Hot Dog, the Frikandel:

Frikandel by Dutch Goodies LLC

Carnival on the Mile will be on March 1 & 2, 2014 and is visited by more than 100,000 people

DutchGoodies on the Mile