Nutella, how do I love thee? Let me count the ways ... but we'd be here a loooooong time.
World Nutella Day is Monday, and I haven't done my combat shopping. Pietro Ferrero's wildly popular hazelnut and cocoa spread, created in Italy after World War II, sparked sweet, sweet chaos last month when shoppers descended on a French supermarket chain that had discounted the deliciousness by 70 percent.
When you've just fought off neighbors for a clearance confection and are feeling kind of existential angsty: Nutella. It really does make everything taste better. (Except mushrooms. Mushrooms are gross.)