I know a few days ago I was blaming accountability for the problems with the US in general. I have to apologize now because I have recently discovered the _true_ problem. This was brought up during a conversation with one of my friends to the North, and they wholeheartedly agreed. (shout out: **wassup Canada!**)
For those of you that aren’t aware of it, nutella is a chocolately, hazelnutty creamy spread from Europe that is made entirely from rainbows, awesome and chocolate with a light hint of hazelnut. Yes, it’s good stuff and, at least in Europe, everyone eats it on everything.
The problem is that it’s not available everywhere here in the states. Sometimes you’ll get lucky and find it at your local grocery store, but not too often. Usually it’s relegated to the gourmet shops like CostPlus or Trader Joes. This is too bad.
I think that if more people had access to nutella, the world would be a better place. To do my part to help out, the image above conveniently links to a page on Amazon.com where you can purchase a jar of this heavenly goodness for the low price of $4.25. It’s luxury in a jar people!
I can think of nothing finer in the morning to go with my steaming hot cup of coffee that a toasty bagel with a luscious coating of nutella on top. Not even Mom’s cooking can bring this kind of goodness to the table my friends.
This holiday season, do your part to help humanity. Introduce someone to nutella. We will all be better for it.