Yep...that's how we get occasional American treats, but gawd they're EXPENSIVE to mail-order.
Dallas had a British specialty shop down on lower Greenville; I don't know if it's still there and things were outrageously expensive there, but you could get a lot of common British sundries and treats there. There was an Indian shop in Austin that sold a lot of Sharwoods products too, so I don't think my husband will starve.
Has your husband lived in the states before?
I call it NUTella
At some point, I swear, they had a chocolate peanut butter spread. I guess it didn't catch on, although the peanut butter/jelly spread is still on the shelf.
I thought NUTella until I saw the commercials. I guess it's like someone's name. Someone mentioned Ralph Fiennes - it looks like Ralf, but is not pronounced that way, no matter how much I might think that's nuts.
You're not imagining it, moocow. I think it was made by Jif, but they made chocolate peanut butter, as well as apple cinnamon peanut butter and berry peanut butter. I tried it once, but liked Nutella better.
In Paris I saw Nutella flavored ice cream.
I think it's NEW-tella, because it's Italian. That's the way Giada says it...
^Haha! I do question her pronounciation sometimes...but I'm pretty sure she was born in Italy, and her parents have thick accents. How do you say it?
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