A few months ago I happened upon Oh She Glows; definably a vegan cookbook + personal blog love child. More accurately, a one stop online shop for optimism and idea cultivation, sounds super vegan-cheesy but it's true. Refer to Figure 1. for the picture to say it all.
"Peanut Butter Chocolate Crunch ‘Blizzard’ in all its crunchy, crispy, creamy, and peanut buttery glory." - Andrea Liddon
OSG's creator Andrea Liddon is all to blame, or thank for that matter. She reminds me that there are real people on the Internet with real problems and passions to share. And I swear you can actually feel her happiness erupting through your computer screen (If you're into that sort of thing). Refer to Figure 2. for tonight's dinner.
Today #LittleBitAddicted trended on Twitter. Let's remove the little bit entirely and focus on my all encompassing addiction to Nutella. It appears that I'm definitely not alone in my spreadable sympathies. Last week I discovered a website that is solely dedicated to Nutella, stories about Nutella, pictures of Nutella, and best of all recipes including Nutella. You'll be shocked to know that I wasn't in any way involved in creating this magnificent online utopia. Not only am I not alone, but I've been outdone.
The concept behind Bella Nutella is simple - it's "All Nutella All the Time" or in other words a light box of delicious Nutella filled food images with links to the original photographer and recipe for good measure. The blog features the profiles of several "Nutella-holics" and you're able to submit your own Nutella recipes and pictures with ease.
My family coat of arms has three pears on it. Pears are symbols of individuality, however the number three is very archetypical. Thus, the oxymoron that I descend from: the archetypical individual. Ironic, and oh so disgustingly post-modern.