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|Place of origin||Netherlands|
|Main ingredients||Raisins, brandy|
This recipe is especially popular with older Dutch people and traditionally consumed at holidays or birthdays.
A variation to this recipe, apricots in brandewijn, is called boerenmeisjes (English: farmer girls).
- Van der Sijs, Nicoline (2009). Cookies, coleslaw, & Stoops: The influence of Dutch on the North American Languages. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
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