My mention, and therafter photo, of a jar of homemade honey almond butter on my instagram account yesterday had sparked quite a bit of interest. In fact, enough for (at least) one reader / viewer (?) (Aside: so the right coined term ought to be follower, but it sounds too cult-ish, doncha think?) to attempt it immediately, and drop me a mail with queries. I wasn’t planning on sharing a recipe, but since I had taken (bad) shots of the process, here’s for you, NA, and anyone else having a mine-doesn’t-become-creamy problem.
Due to overwhelming response, I am no longer accepting anymore orders for this year’s Hari Raya Cookie Cravings. Thank you all for your generous support!
For those who have placed your orders, do take note of the following:-
- Make your non-refundable 50% deposit latest by 31 Aug (Tues)
- Kindly revert with your date of fund transfer, amount transferred, and transaction ref no.
- If no deposit payment is made by 31 Aug, order will be cancelled
- Confirm your dates of collection latest by 4 Sept (Fri)
P/S: I will still accept orders ONLY from those who have already requested for samples.
Any further enquiries, please mail me at ovenhaven(at)gmail(dot)com
In light of today’s event and tonight’s recipe, I’m going to try and keep this as decadently simple a Nutella indulgence can ever be.
Two years ago, Ms. Adventures in Italy and Bleeding Espresso declared this day, the 5th of January, World Nutella Day; a day to unite Nutella lovers all over the world to celebrate with a jar in one hand, and thousands of serving ideas in another.
A quick run to the supermarket to get me a jar of Nutella (they’re on sale today, what are the odds!), and a random mish-mash of what’s in the fridge later in the evening, saw the Nutella-lover in me rejoicing the day with a ramekin of comforting Nutella bread pudding.