Adelaide’s Nutella-Palooza to make you drool, immerse in sinful delight

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Nutella-Palooza, Australia’s first Nutella festival in Adelaide is just months away and Australians are lapping up every piece of news. Nutella-Palooza kicks off on April 9, 2016 at Bonython Park. The “chocolaty” wait seems unbearable and for the time being, Nutella-lovers have to remain satisfied with shared photographs on Nutella-Palooza Instagram account. It is going to be “a celebration of all things Nutella and chocolate” between numerous food trucks, chocolate and bakery stalls and cooking demos.

All Nutella-fantasies are going to be true here. Indulgence to the highest level will be made possible as entry is free at the six-hour long Nutella-Palooza. Certain cooking demos might be ticketed simply to control spectator numbers, reports Sunshine Coast Daily. Although not really required, but there will be other foods in case you want to give your sweet tooth a temporary rest before jumping into something more sinful than the previous.

Fans, in recent past, could not rejoice with Nutella news as in 2014, due to a hazelnut catastrophe, it seemed Nutella nuts would face a huge price rise and a few months later, Italian billionaire and Nutella founder Michele Ferrero died at the age of 89. However, things seemed better with the news of a Nutella dessert bar in Sydney, reports Stuff.co.nz.

The event has been organized by a group of fans and supported by the Splash Adelaide programme. Apart from Nutella and chocolate delights, the festival will also have art installations and music. The guests have not been declared yet, writes Mental Floss. Dog-lovers may find it difficult to believe but dogs are not allowed inside the venue.

Apparently, Nutella-Palooza is not the world’s first Nutella festival but definitely the first in Australia. The previous one was in Qormi, Malta and had 50 stalls offering a delicious spread including Vodka Nutella, Nutella Panna Cotta and Nutella fudge.

So book your dates. You can’t miss the April Nutella festival in Adelaide.

 

 

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