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International students publish Groninger Cookbook

26 August 2020
The New Groninger Cookbook
The New Groninger Cookbook

What makes for a real Groninger meal? A traditional bowl of stamppot, lovingly prepared at home? A giant bowl of mosterdsoep met spek, served with crusty white bread? A cheeky eierbal at two in the morning, still steaming from the deep fryer? All good answers. But, as this book goes to show, Groninger cuisine is much more than just the classics.

Produced with love by students at the University College Groningen, the New Groninger Cookbook explores what happens when a nuchter Dutch city collides with students and migrants from around the world.

By turns surprising, entertaining, and delicious, the recipes in this book reveal a whole new side of Groninger cuisine: a side that will keep you coming back for more.

This book is published with University of Groningen Press as part of the new series UCG x UGP.

The Hardcover version of this book (ISBN: 978-94-034-2849-9) is available via  Uitgeverij kleine Uil, and all regular (internet) bookshops.

Last modified:14 January 2021 2.45 p.m.

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