Tuesday, February 06, 2007

Happy Nutella Day!

Happy Nutella Day

Today is World Nutella Day so go ahead and make a recipe using Nutella, eat Nutella with your finger, make an art with Nutella, wax poetic about Nutella, cuddle with Nutella, strike a pose with Nutella, re-live your first experience eating Nutella, offer Nutella as a sacrifice, have a Nutella-eating contest or a Nutella party. There are so many ways to celebrate World Nutella Day. Participate now!

I love Nutella, my favourite hazelnut spread!!!

(Thanks myztika)

21 comments:

Lord Kimbo said...

I'm going to buy a bottle of Nutella and Gardenia bread later. Yumm.

pinkdior said...

hehe cute! i din know there's a nutella day.

Boywonder said...

I expected you to take a picture of you painting your body with Nutella and let us all see it.

Myra Leong said...

Someone's fringe has grown long.

muzzy said...

happy nutella day

eat so much until got sore throat

Mr Big said...

IZ: Any bigger pic? =P

cece said...

i love this pic.. ur nose really looks nice here.

xXx said...

Guys, myztika is hot!

Shy said...

I love Nutella. My first experience eating it was when I was a young girl in primary school. My mum bought me my first Nutella in its small rectangular packaging that comes with a cute plastic spoon.

YanDaO said...

HeH! I reMemBer thOse sMaLL nuTeLLas!

queenie said...

*lick lick*

Myra Leong said...

Shy: It costs only 40 cents back then I think.

lancerlord said...

Wah lau eh, I just finished one bottle 2 days ago.

Johnny Q said...

I have Nutella on bread every morning for breakfast!!!

Anonymous said...

Eat too much Nutella and you'll become Nutty.

Rickie said...

Is nutella italian?

Mr Big said...

Rickie said...

Is nutella italian?

Yes Nutella is from Italy. Here's a short history:

Although Nutella was first marketed in 1964, its predecessor — a spread named "Supercrema", had been marketed by Ferrero since 1951, and it was in turn derived from a previous product known as "Pasta Gianduja"; the latter was a solid block (not a spread) created by Pietro Ferrero, the brand founder, in the 1940's. The main chocolate-like flavoring ingredient, hazelnut, is a typical product of the Langhe, the area of Piedmont where the Ferrero family originates (Pietro had its patisserie in Alba, Province of Cuneo). These products were all preparations of gianduja, a chocolate and hazelnut blend developed in Italy after excessive taxes on cocoa beans hindered the diffusion of conventional chocolate.

In 1963, Pietro's son Michele Ferrero decided to revamp Supercrema, with the intention of marketing it Europe-wide; its composition was modified, as well as the label image and brand name: the name "Nutella" (based on the word "nut") and its logo were registered towards the end of the same year, and remain unchanged to this day. The first jar of Nutella left the Ferrero factory in Alba (in the Province of Cuneo, Piedmont), on April 20, 1964. The product was an instant success, and remains widely popular to this day. The estimated Italian production of Nutella averages 179,000 tons per year.

Giselle Loh said...

That's so seductive IZ... reallyyyyy....

r'chelle said...

*r'chelle licks IZ's Nutella coated finger

Anonymous said...

fyi, iz has really delicate fingers

:D

Rickie said...

Oh!!! It is by ferrero. No wonder ferrero roche tastes similar to nutella.

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