Greetings, dear Bettys!
I am in a bit of a spot. A good friend of Betty Kylene and myself is decamping to The Netherlands with her husband and teenaged daughter. The woman is a darling and doesn't know what culinary joys await. Sadly (well, no), she is already married, so no Rich Dutch Doctors will do her any good at all. But Betty Kylene is determined to speed her on her way with a quick primer on mid-century Dutch living, major tourist spots and what to wear when greeting a Dutch mayor.
So, the question is:
Which Betty Book should we give her that hits all the high spots?
(And don't say Caroline's Waterloo (we're both unwilling to part with our copies even for so good a cause) or Sister Peters in Amsterdam (we can't find a copy fast enough!))