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  1. katiepea's Avatar
    I don't know much about Nutella but it sure looks gross.
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    02-21-13 11:54 PM
  2. reeneebob's Avatar
    I don't know much about Nutella but it sure looks gross.
    Nutella is the greatest thing ever. It is peace. It is love. Most importantly. It's the creamy filling in a Ferraro Rocher.

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    02-22-13 12:04 AM
  3. geoffsdad's Avatar
    Nutella is the greatest thing ever. It is peace. It is love. Most importantly. It's the creamy filling in a Ferraro Rocher.

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    I wonder if we could achieve world peace with a combination of nutella sandwhiches and Ovaltine? Has that been done before?
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    02-22-13 12:09 AM
  4. reeneebob's Avatar
    Ovaltine isn't in the same realm as nutella. Blasphemy!

    You can't compare chalky 'chocolate'ish beverages to the creamy goodness of a Nutella, warm and melty on toast... Or waffles... Mmmmmmmm

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    02-22-13 12:14 AM
  5. louzer's Avatar
    DEAD.

    I won't ruin Katiepeas fun by explaining this.
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    02-22-13 12:25 AM
  6. joshua_sx1's Avatar
    Now, I know why "matured contents" are big businesses... discussions alone in mobile's forum could take more than 20 pages in just 2 days... and it still not even "matured content"... yet...
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    02-22-13 12:33 AM
  7. geoffsdad's Avatar
    Now, I know why "matured contents" are big businesses... discussions alone in mobile's forum could take more than 20 pages in just 2 days... and it still not even "matured content"... yet...
    Ain't it fun?
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    02-22-13 12:34 AM
  8. Omnitech's Avatar
    Once it's on the interwebs it's never gone.

    http://i1293.photobucket.com/albums/...ps15566c53.jpg

    My eyes, my eyes!!11!!!1!!1!1!!!@@@!!!

    02-22-13 12:39 AM
  9. Cap_172R's Avatar
    Nutella is the greatest thing ever. It is peace. It is love. Most importantly. It's the creamy filling in a Ferraro Rocher.

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    Haha, this thread is amazing! Weird reading bout Nutella and instantly an adv on tv about it. deja vu...
    On a side note, has anyone ever tried that Hazelnut spread by Presidents Choice? it's pretty darn good... nutella is classic but that spread by PC is unreal...
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    02-22-13 12:53 AM
  10. jakie55's Avatar
    ah well, i probably deserved it
    You ALWAYS deserve it, you, you gunkie
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    02-22-13 01:30 AM
  11. reeneebob's Avatar
    Haha, this thread is amazing! Weird reading bout Nutella and instantly an adv on tv about it. deja vu...
    On a side note, has anyone ever tried that Hazelnut spread by Presidents Choice? it's pretty darn good... nutella is classic but that spread by PC is unreal...
    No, I'm a Nutella purist, but the President's Choice Dulce de Leche spread is to die for.

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    02-22-13 01:32 AM
  12. jakie55's Avatar
    vinegar is the main ingredient in most cleaning products. IE windex, countertop cleaners, etc.
    Now that Totally offends me.....talking cleaning on a dirty thread like this.
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    02-22-13 01:37 AM
  13. jakie55's Avatar
    At this point, I really think anyone who still falls for it is short bus special.

    Like really, truly , MEEP MEEP material.
    Hockey Helmet special?
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    02-22-13 01:46 AM
  14. BergerKing's Avatar
    Hockey Helmet special?
    As special as it needs to be.
    02-22-13 02:23 AM
  15. qbnkelt's Avatar
    No, I'm a Nutella purist, but the President's Choice Dulce de Leche spread is to die for.

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    I know how to make my own dulce de leche. It's easy but time consuming.

    When I visited Chile I had a cookie that was very traditional there, called alfajor (yup, pronounced alpha-wh0re) that is almost like shortbread with the dulce de leche midle. Then the dulce de leche is spead on the edges and rolled in coconut. To die for. Then when I went to Argentina I found the same cookie, and I asked for the recipe.

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    To make dulce de leche all you do is take an unopened can of condensed milk, put it in a stock pot, UNOPENED, cover it with water, and set to boil, drop to a rolling simmer, constantly covered in water, for three hours. Like I said, time consuming, but easy. All you have to do is make sure that the can remains covered by boiling water. I usually put about five cans in at a time and so I have dulce de leche ready for things like waffles, toast, or if you put a gob of it in a bowl in the microwave for just about a minute you can then put vanilla ice cream with the melted dulce de leche on top and it's toe curling.


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    02-22-13 03:19 AM
  16. kevinnugent's Avatar
    My Mum used to make caramel tarts with the boiled condensed milk. Yummy.
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    02-22-13 03:26 AM
  17. qbnkelt's Avatar
    Oh I know....it's good stuff.

    When I make it I usually do it on a weekend while I'm cleaning....I keep a close eye on it because if it runs dry it explodes.
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    02-22-13 03:32 AM
  18. kevinnugent's Avatar
    Oh I know....it's good stuff.

    When I make it I usually do it on a weekend while I'm cleaning....I keep a close eye on it because if it runs dry it explodes.
    Haha. I've had to help clean caramel off the walls of the kitchen more than once. From memory it was Carnation Milk. In a white can.
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    02-22-13 03:33 AM
  19. qbnkelt's Avatar
    Haha. I've had to help clean caramel off the walls of the kitchen more than once. From memory it was Carnation Milk. In a white can.

    LOL!!!!! YES!!!!!! My ma tried to cheat once and put it in a pressure cooker to cut down on the time needed. I was studying when I just heard this KABOOM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! and some blood curdling screams....we all ran into the kitchen where there was half cooked dulce the leche EVERYWHERE. We kept finding bits of it for days....the trail of ants told us the places we'd missed....
    02-22-13 03:37 AM
  20. mjs416's Avatar
    excuse me but she's barely dressed. how can i explain this to my kids? they'll probably have nightmares now
    Your posting history is riddled with trolling and insults and all of a sudden you are a beacon for human decency? LOL!
    02-22-13 03:50 AM
  21. qbnkelt's Avatar
    Your posting history is riddled with trolling and insults and all of a sudden you are a beacon for human decency? LOL!
    Might want to read the whole thread, love. Rash judgments might get you punk'd.

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    02-22-13 04:09 AM
  22. SwissCuban's Avatar
    oh mannnnn I love dulce de leche! reminds me of granny :-(
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    02-22-13 05:08 AM
  23. 3hb78ftg's Avatar
    Ain't it fun?
    I know how to make my own dulce de leche. It's easy but time consuming.

    When I visited Chile I had a cookie that was very traditional there, called alfajor (yup, pronounced alpha-wh0re) that is almost like shortbread with the dulce de leche midle. Then the dulce de leche is spead on the edges and rolled in coconut. To die for. Then when I went to Argentina I found the same cookie, and I asked for the recipe.

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    To make dulce de leche all you do is take an unopened can of condensed milk, put it in a stock pot, UNOPENED, cover it with water, and set to boil, drop to a rolling simmer, constantly covered in water, for three hours. Like I said, time consuming, but easy. All you have to do is make sure that the can remains covered by boiling water. I usually put about five cans in at a time and so I have dulce de leche ready for things like waffles, toast, or if you put a gob of it in a bowl in the microwave for just about a minute you can then put vanilla ice cream with the melted dulce de leche on top and it's toe curling.


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    The name use in Chile for the dulce de leche is "manjar" pronounced manhar. While in Chile, did you taste "torta mil hojas". It's exquisite and you have to try the one that I make. If you ever get a chance to pass through Puerto Rico make sure you let me know...

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    02-22-13 05:41 AM
  24. qbnkelt's Avatar
    The name use in Chile for the dulce de leche is "manjar" pronounced manhar. While in Cheap, did you taste "torta mil hojas". It's exquisite and you have to try the one that I make. If you ever get a chance to pass through Puerto Rico make sure you let me know...

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    Wow that looks awesome!!!! No I don't remember that

    As I remember manjar, it has a different consistency than dulce de leche. It came in a pop top can, and had a grainy consistency. I believe that manjar is made from whole milk to which sugar is added during cooking as opposed to the condensed milk in a can that is put in a pot to boil unopened I remember that manjar had a faint taste of cinnamon.

    Found the recipe!

    http://lavidacomida.com/recipes/manj...ulce-de-leche/

    I had manjar in Chile and Bolivia. I don't recall it in Argentina.

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    02-22-13 06:47 AM
  25. xandermac's Avatar
    Most importantly. It's the creamy filling in a Ferraro Rocher
    Those things are awful, Like eating dehydrated cow bollocks...
    02-22-13 06:54 AM
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