jumped on the Nutella bandwagon, I did finally break down and buy a jar just to see what all the hoopla is about. And for nearly five dollars, I thought to myself, it had better be good. Aggie and I are peanut butter devotees (Peter Pan with honey, thank you!) and while we are always game to try something new, I wasn't too sure about the hazelnut flavor. And then there's the chocolate factor for Miss Aggie, who is, contrary to her long-held belief, of the canine persuasion. Our opinion: not great on bread. At all. Not bad on an apple. Pretty good on an apple, actually. But that doesn't mean I'm going to make a habit of eating it regularly. It's altogether too, um - Canadian to suit me. Weird in a an oddly attractive way. Weird in an I-could-get-used-to-this sort of way. Weird in a $21.95 for this book in the US and $29.95 in Canada sort of way. Nope - when this jar of Nutella is empty, we're going back to good old American, plain brown, what-we're-used-to, $2.99 every day peanut butter. I don't care what Aggie says.
4 years ago