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  1. dolfan32323

    dolfan32323 ty xphinfanx

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    This stuff is amazingly delicious and goes with pretty much everything. One of the only other food product to rival its diversity in terms of how many foods it can be used on is maple syrup IMO. Any other fans of Nutella?

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  2. FinSane

    FinSane Cynical Dolphins Fan

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    Glad you like it. Buy more of it.

    My company carries that and i stock it regularly. So buy more and make me some money.
     
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  3. NaboCane

    NaboCane Banned

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    Great stuff; second only to dulce de leche.
     
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  4. Paul 13

    Paul 13 Chaotic Neutral Staff Member

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    probably not as good as Marmite... oh yeah baby...
     
  5. daphins

    daphins A-Style

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    Not a fan. Had it in paris where it's HUGE...was very disappointed.
     
  6. FinSane

    FinSane Cynical Dolphins Fan

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    we carry that, too.

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  7. charlestonphan

    charlestonphan Junior Member

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    makes a good sandwich with some peanut butter.
     
  8. Colorado Dolfan

    Colorado Dolfan ...dirty drownin' man?

    Was a huge fan of it until I ate a whole jar of it with a spoon when I was 12...

    Haven't touched it since... :barf:
     
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  9. dolfan32323

    dolfan32323 ty xphinfanx

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    It does. I just had a sandwich made of Nutella, Fluff, and bananas... good stuff. :up:
     
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  10. syborg

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    This stuff is foul. . and answer me this what is it with Jelly (jam to us in the UK) and peanut butter sandwiches. . I tried it once. . GAG. .:mindwarp:
     
  11. Ultra

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    I have bread and a jar of peanut butter in my office in case I get hungry hahaha Guess it's just one of those things that's part of growing up in the States
     
  12. like2god

    like2god Typical white person Luxury Box

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    Oh yeah, well you guys talk funny. :wink2:

    Never been a fan of PB&J myself, to each their own though.
     
  13. late again

    late again Senior Member

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    So...what we call jelly you call jam? Just out of curiosity what do you call the stuff that we call jam? What about marmalade, preserves and fruit spread?
    Yeah, I know I'm being kind of a smart a$$; but I'm still curious.
     
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  14. PMZQ

    PMZQ Banned

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    That's the way I have always eaten it, Nutella and bananas.
     
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  15. Nappy Roots

    Nappy Roots Well-Known Member

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    i have never even heard of this? is it like a chocolate spread or something?
     
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  16. FinSane

    FinSane Cynical Dolphins Fan

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    ah...another thing my company carries you guys should buy more of. :up:

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    BUY BUY BUY
     
  17. PMZQ

    PMZQ Banned

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    No its a hazelnut flavor with a smattering of chocolate flavor.
     
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  18. opfinistic

    opfinistic Braaaaains!

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    Did the same thing with an Italian cheesecake at the age of 16. Second or third time I got baked.
     
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  19. Big E

    Big E Plus sized porn star

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    Product whore.
     
  20. FinSane

    FinSane Cynical Dolphins Fan

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    your damn right
     
  21. peastri

    peastri iD'Artiste Luxury Box

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    me too... only it wasn't a whole jar probably about half...still it was eough to make me stop... for good :chuckle:
     
  22. BigDogsHunt

    BigDogsHunt Enough talk...prove it!

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    Cream Cheese and Grape Jelly sandwich is money...
     
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  23. dolfan32323

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    Agreed. That is surprisingly delicious.
     
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  24. GridIronKing34

    GridIronKing34 Silently Judging You Club Member

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    ...Yeah... you're a loser. :tongue2:
     
  25. jdang307

    jdang307 Season Ticket Holder Club Member

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    My girlfriend loves nutella, said they had it when she went to UC Davis. We went to paris, and I wasn't a fan of it at all. But then again, I like savory things more than sweet, so yeah I always got the savory crepes.

    I'm embarrassed to mention some of the weird combos I put together as a kid, but hey, my family was insanely poor so you ate whatever was in the house. Bologna/PB. Rice and soy sauce. Yeah those were the days ...
     
  26. Big E

    Big E Plus sized porn star

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    lol..you said your girlfriend loves nutella
     
  27. BigDogsHunt

    BigDogsHunt Enough talk...prove it!

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    Well, we weren't poor growing up, but my Paternal Grandmother, learned lessons from the depression, and created some amazing combo's. To this day, Mayonnaise and Potato Chip Sandwich (Salt & Vinegar especially) will always have a soft spot in my pallet.

    :up:
     
  28. opfinistic

    opfinistic Braaaaains!

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    We know you love Nutinya better.
     
  29. maynard

    maynard Who, whom?

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    i think i have heard of it, but have never eaten it, never seen it, never heard anyone talk about it
     
  30. jdang307

    jdang307 Season Ticket Holder Club Member

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    oh is that how you pronounce it? What's on YOUR mind? :lol:

    I said she likes newt. :-). But yeah I wouldn't date a girl who didn't like nut. What's the point of the relationship. Might as well eat a tree
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  31. opfinistic

    opfinistic Braaaaains!

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    That's what he calls everything he eats.
     
  32. dolfan32323

    dolfan32323 ty xphinfanx

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    Nutella is in ferrero rochers as well (a candy) if you've had those
     
  33. GISH

    GISH ~mUST wARN oTHERS~

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    once i worked with a greek lady who ate that stuff religiously. never tried it, but i dont see how it could be better than a PBJ sammich.

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  34. Colorado Dolfan

    Colorado Dolfan ...dirty drownin' man?

    The perfect PBJ sandwich: 1 slice of white bread with peanut butter topped with sliced bananas, put on another slice of white bread, top that with strawberry preserves and marshmallow fluff... Top with a final slice of bread...

    Then, if you want to go really crazy, dip the whole thing in french toast batter and grill it golden brown, sprinkle with powdered sugar and eat it with a fork...

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  35. syborg

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    you guys have jam. .I have not been to the states and was told once by a friend that went there that you call jam jelly. . is this not the case. . please dont tell me you actually put JELLY into a sandwich. .

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    Jelly is a gelatinous sweet made with water and set in the fridge while jam is a fruit preserve made with sugar. . [​IMG]

    so which is it. . jelly or jam that you do these peanut butter sandwices with? now im confused. . damn incorrect knowledge. .:angry:
     
  36. UCF FINatic

    UCF FINatic The Miami Dolphins select

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    Publix makes a dulce de leche ice cream... We tried it a while ago and loved it. Translated "dulce de leche" means sweet milk; well when my Dad went to work he recommended it to some of his co-workers, but he incorrectly said it meant "mother's milk." :pity: :lol:

    HAHA. True story too. :up:
     
  37. late again

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    Jelly is more ....??jelly-like
    Jam is more spreadable
    Me I prefer to use jam for the above reason.
    By the way the first picture is JELLO, not jelly
    Man, they've got you all confused, brother.
    As to what others call it..yeah I can see that some would maybe refer to jam as jelly as kind of a generic term. Much the same way some people will call all brands of facial tissue a kleenex or all adhesive bandages band-aids....
    Jam, jelly, marmalade, fruit curd, preserves etc...
    If its a fruit spread it must be jelly.
     
  38. UCF FINatic

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    My international teacher was talking about working abroad for a company (he had done it when he was younger) and he actually addressed Peanut Butter; he basically said Peanut Butter is only real popular in the US and that you will have a hard time finding it in other places (he lived in the Czech Republic, Russia, Japan, etc.). I just thought that was very weird, but it does make sense... the question is why do us Americans like it??? lol
     
  39. UCF FINatic

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    On the subject of Nutella, I have a great recipe for you all. Had it at a friends house when I was younger and loved it...

    1.) You slice a Pineapple horizontally about a inch thick. (He left the rind on)
    2.) Then you grill the Pineapple slices real quick. Basically this seals in the flavor and actually makes it sweeter. I am not sure how long he left it on for, but I think its high heat for only a little bit. The out side should still be yellow... not black.
    3.) Put some Nutella on top. Spread it around the top, not too thin and but not to thick; you should cover about 80% of the pineapple slice but leave the edges uncovered.
    4.) Put some whip cream on top.
    5.) Enjoy. It was amazing!!
     
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  40. syborg

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    Im from the UK man and here it is Jelly. . not Jello. . and jam is a fruit spread as is marmalade and lemon curd etc. . jelly is solid but water based gelatin set in a fridge. .
    We have Peanut butter here. . [​IMG]

    I love the stuff but honestly it's fine on its own but with either Jello (jelly) or with a fruit spread such as jam/marmalade. . eewww what gives. . .??
     

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