Friday, July 20, 2007

Delectable


Anyone else out there have a taste for this wonderful, exquisite breakfast spread?
I was first introduced by my former host-sister from Germany that stayed with my family during my senior year in high school. I became instantly hooked and even more so as I spent the following year with her family in Rudolstadt, Germany.
Nutella offers a taste that matches none other and can be replaced or duplicated by no one else. In fact, I don't even think I have ever seen an "off brand" variation of the creamy sensation. It can be enjoyed on bagels, toast, whole grain muffins, English Muffins, and so much more.
Check out the website, as it offers the history and origin of Nutella. Grab a bite, then come back and tell me what you think! nutellausa.com

6 comments:

Magpie said...
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Magpie said...

I've always been "eh" about Nutella...maybe I should revisit it...I haven't had it in a long time.

But falafel - if you're adventurous, you can make it at home. But it's a mess! Deep-frying is involved.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Falafel

painted maypole said...

I opened your web page and sighed with desire. Nutella. YUM. When I was in France for 3 weeks at the age of 10 the family I stayed with would get these crescents with chocolate and actual hazelnuts in them.... for breakfast!! Heaven!!!

blooming desertpea said...

LOL ... I know this one, of course, my son could eat the whole jar if I let him! :)

mitzh said...

I love Nutella!
its just so yummy...

JennyK said...

Love Nutella, though I somehow missed out on being introduced to it during my early childhood in Germany. Thankfully, we were re-acquainted during college where there was a crepe-stand on campus that specialized in banana & Nutella crepes....yum!