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post #31 of 43
Nothing can top smores over a fire in your own yard. That is, provided your name isn't Natalie & you don't light your own pants on fire!
post #32 of 43
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That sounds really yummy!!!!I will have to try that sometime! Do you use apple, chocolate, and marshmellow on those?[/quote]

Well I like to use bittersweet (dark Hersheys) chocolate, with toasty burned marshmallows sandwiched between two slices of apples! mmmm god!
post #33 of 43
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Originally Posted by white cat lover View Post
Nothing can top smores over a fire in your own yard. That is, provided your name isn't Natalie & you don't light your own pants on fire!
you set your pants on fire???

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Originally Posted by lnbandcats View Post
Well I like to use bittersweet (dark Hersheys) chocolate, with toasty burned marshmallows sandwiched between two slices of apples! mmmm god!
That sounds aweosme!!! I have to try that sometime!!! (any particular type of apple or just whatever? i love honey crisp, granny smith, and fuji)
post #34 of 43
I've made them on my stove plenty of times...but that's about as bad as lighting a fireplace!
post #35 of 43
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I think I've had a deprived childhood. I've never had smores. How do you make them?
YOU HAVE NEVER HAD SMORES???? ok, what you do,is you get golden ghram crackers, a bar(s) of hersheys chocolate(milk is best but what ever you like best) then you get marshmallows(jumbo is best), and finally some kind of stick, there is metal mallow sticks in camping stores or you can have a actual stick or chopsticks reference above, lol. then you have to have some kind of flame(candles not best, mallow will taste like wax/smell like candle). you can use the microwave, gas stove, s'more maker, or pretty much anything that will roast a marshmallow. now there is many ways to make a mallow you can slowly turn it over the flame until it is a golden brown all the way around or hold it to the flame until it lights on fire and you burn it around then blow it out. i prefer golden, either way with the burnt it is best to hold it over the flame to melt the inside before burning it, otherwise you get a burnt mallow. now before you do this, you take a whole cracker, break it in half and put a quarter of the chocolate
post #36 of 43
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you set your pants on fire???
No

OK...only once.
post #37 of 43
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No

OK...only once.
That is too funny!!!! And by the way- Jade's new siggy is CUTE!!!!!!
post #38 of 43
Wow... what a fun thread. Just when I thought I was OVER my smore addiction. Oh, a not about using the microwave... if you can see into it keep an eye on them. You can get them gooey with out too much mess. I'll put the marshmallow on half a cracker and it only takes a few second (10-15). When it starts to swell it's ready.

Hmm... I may have to go guy Smore stuff after work and bust out my smore grill.
post #39 of 43
That sounds aweosme!!! I have to try that sometime!!! (any particular type of apple or just whatever? i love honey crisp, granny smith, and fuji)[/quote]

I am partial to fall macintosh, but also braeburns are nice as well. I haven't tried honey crisp but they sound delicious! There are so many new types of apples, I think that you should just eat the kind you like the best! You will love s'mores this way!
post #40 of 43
I know youre going to hate me for saying this.....
But...

yuck!

it looks delicious but as soon as i taste it.. >_<
post #41 of 43
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I am partial to fall macintosh, but also braeburns are nice as well. I haven't tried honey crisp but they sound delicious! There are so many new types of apples, I think that you should just eat the kind you like the best! You will love s'mores this way!
OMG! You have to try Honey Crisp apples if you've never had them- they are amazing!!!!! They may be a bit hard to find right now as they aren't in season, but if you find them- get some- they're deliscious!!! I will have to try smores your way sometime! It sounds yummy!

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I know youre going to hate me for saying this.....
But...

yuck!

it looks delicious but as soon as i taste it.. >_<
How can you not like ghram cracker, with smooshy marshmellows and CHOCOLATE mmmmm....chocolate! See lol you made me want more!
post #42 of 43
My wifes parents gave us a smores kit when we got our house. It just consists of a wooden "lazy susan" type thing that has a place to hold the crackers, marshmallow and chocolate. Then in the center is a metal canister that holds a can of cooking gel. On top of that is a flame control and a snuffer, and on top of that is a cooking grate, although we don't use the grate. It doesn't allow us to toast the marsmallow quick enough. The kit also comes with some plastic handled, metal skewers.

I think it was probably only about $20, but really all you need is the can of cooking gel, an oven safe plate to put it on, and some skewers.

I don't like using the microwave because the marshmallow usually blows up to 50 times its normal size, and it doesn't toast the marshmallow. I'm the type who likes to really char theirs
post #43 of 43
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Actually a cop stopped because we looked like we were doing something marijuana-related, and couldn't hardly believe we were really making smores.
I was just going to ask if "bored" meant you were high. Maybe I should have been a cop.
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