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Old 08-07-2012, 05:28 PM   #161
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i really don't care ladies,it's got chocolate,marshmallows & biscuits...what more do you need...what?....what?!!!
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Old 08-07-2012, 05:50 PM   #163
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hey chopper! if it's bad for you it's gotta be good.never heard of anyone going all gooey over a lettuce leaf!!what are s'mores?how do you make them?make some more s'mores & post the pics please
If you have a backyard fire pit, you can roast the marshmallows over that.

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Old 08-07-2012, 05:56 PM   #164
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Old 08-07-2012, 05:58 PM   #165
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oh lordy garlic,that thing should have a health warning on it,truly a thing of beauty.nope,not got a fire pit,live in an apartment,but i know a man who has....BOLAS....FIRE UP THE PIT....I'M ON ME WAY OVER!!
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i really don't care ladies,it's got chocolate,marshmallows & biscuits...what more do you need...what?....what?!!!
BTW Harry, they are called s'mores because you always want s(ome) more.
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BTW Harry, they are called s'mores because you always want s(ome) more.
and i can see why tax!
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Oh my goodness I haven't had s'mores at all this summer! I'm such a horrific slacker. Hmm, I too live in an apartment. I wonder if a candle would roast a marshmallow. I even have a wire hanger or two I could straighten...
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Old 08-08-2012, 12:00 AM   #170
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If you have a backyard fire pit, you can roast the marshmallows over that.

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It's a front deck fire pit we use. Thanks all for answering Harry's question when I stepped out. As you can see Harry the marshmallows and Graham crackers aren't usually chocolate, but that makes the s'mores oh so good!!! Not sure when we will make them next, but will try to remember to snap a picture! ;). Mine don't look as perfect as the pic Got garlic posted. But they taste great!
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