added to the Nutella alternatives group.
Apparently the French and German versions of Nutella vary somewhat: French Nutella is sweeter and tastes more like nuts. German Nutella includes more cocoa. The biggest difference is the texture, French nutella is softer than the German kind. Thanks to Booksprite for sending me the link.
The Nutella Alternatives Group at Flickr
Yay, the Nutella Alternatives group is growing (world dominion imminent…). Recent additions include: The question Why spend so many hours and bytes on Nutella and derivatives? It’s a web differentiator! And when people wander thru the shopping aisles with their phone cams they need a purpose. The Flickr group lists all the details: http://www.flickr.com/groups/nutellaalternative/ Childhood […]
Nutella Alternatives from Italy
Here are a couple of Nutella substitutes I found at the Coop just across the border in bella Italia, right in the homeland of Nutella and gianduja: 😉
More Nutella Alternatives from Israel
Leah sent me snapshots of Nutella substitutes she saw at a supermarket in Israel. I’ve added them to the Nutella alternatives group at Flickr. I guess that covers Israel. Want to join the fun? Join the Nutella alternatives group. Please note: you don’t need to buy or taste the stuff. A snapshot is enough.
Here are the slides of my talk that I just held at the STC Transalpine Chapter Conf: They’re very minimal and short… but over time I’ve collected a lot of examples at the back of my head so that I easily managed to fill the 1 hour slot. The online demo worked well with the […]
I’ve been lazing around watching sports on TV… instead of going jogging myself. It’s raining, but that’s no excuse for a northener, is it? Here are a couple of links that crossed my paths this week: Strategic commenting provides a good write-up how you can build a community around your blog thru thoughtful and interesting […]