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The shop on the outside like you would find in historic Netherlands or in Amsterdam Canal house. The frontage goes down from the center like double stairs.
Inside you'll find a counter on your left in the middle and along the walls are all kinds of dutch products, like soup, drop, cookies and more...
The family has been baking for Pella since 1899 when Herman Jaarsma imigrated to Pella and brought the dutch recipes with him.
What to buy: You can get almost anything you would get in a dutch bakkery. They have dutch letters, dutch spice cookies (speculaas koekjes), Almond Butter Cake. They also sell some Delfts Blue in the store...
What to pay: The prices are a bit higher then you would pay in the Netherlands..
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Address: 727 Franklin Street Pella, Iowa 50219
In the many shops in Pella you can find "delfts blue" and dutch treats....
They have windmills, tiles, Amsterdam Canal houses wooden shoes and more....
Beside that you can even buy "korrels", chocolate and more dutch imported food.
But can we say that these are local customs ? I think for Pella they are maybe not everyone eats "Boerenkool met worst" but i bet there are a few that really do that.
I wouldn't know it sure seems like it, this town has taken on the dutch customs as if they were their own.
Picture taken june 10, 2004
Updated Apr 4, 2011
One of the best golf courses in the state of Iowa is located in Pella - Bos Landen Golf Resort - "Great Golf in the Land of the Woods" - Bos Landen is a beautiful golf resort nestled in 350 acres of rolling hills. Very affordable and always open to the public.
The "Grille on the Green" restaurant serves great steaks, pastas, sandwiches and salads in a casual setting overlooking the 18th green.
The conference center can accomodate up to 225 people.
The "Bos Bunker Lounge" is Pella's only non-smoking sports lounge and is a great spot to watch a game on TV, play indoor golf, pool, darts or foosball.
Written Jan 2, 2007
Address: 2411 Bos Landen Drive