Happy World Nutella Day!
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Today is the 3rd annual World Nutella Day, the unofficial holiday upon which we celebrate the glorious hazelnut-chocolate spread. World Nutella Day was set up by bloggers Sara Rosso and Michelle Fabio, who had decided that they loved the stuff so much that it warranted it’s own day. And why not? People celebrate Arbor Day and a whole lot of other things less critical to a sustainable and happy world order than trees and (for some of us) Nutella.
My last blog post about Nutella generated a lot of comments from its fans, who are legion. So many that I wrote a story about Nutella -- and how you can make your own at home. Check next Wednesday’s Food Section to read it.
So -- you knew this was coming -- what’s your favorite way to eat Nutella? If you need inspiration, check out many of the blog posts popping up today, such as David Lebovitz’s, in honor of Nutella.
Nutella is available at many grocery stores and Italian delis, including Ralph’s, Pavilions, Bay Cities and La Bottega Marino. Or see Nutella’s website, Nutellausa.com, which has a very handy store locator.
-- Amy Scattergood