Storage tin with stroopwafels featuring the Girl with a Pearl Earring by Vermeer
A stroopwafel (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈstroːpˌʋaːfəl] (listen); literally “syrup waffle“) is a wafer cookie made from two thin layers of baked dough joined by a caramel filling. First made in the Dutch city of Gouda, stroopwafels are popular throughout the Netherlands and the former Dutch Empire and are well-known Dutch dishes.
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