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Old 08-08-2012, 12:19 AM   #171
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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...
Sounds like a plan to me!
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Old 08-08-2012, 12:24 AM   #172
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you make me proud garlic...very proud!!
The heat of the toasted marshmallow melts the chocolate. My sugar level just jumped a few numbers. And then it sticks to your lips and the chocolate runs down your chin as you try to catch every crumb of the graham cracker. Then you get to lick your fingers and lips because you don't want to lose not even a miniscule bit of it as you are already roasting your marshmallow and making your next one.
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Old 08-08-2012, 12:55 AM   #173
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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...
A stovetop burner works. Gas or electric. I have used both.
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Old 08-08-2012, 01:31 AM   #174
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A stovetop burner works. Gas or electric. I have used both.
An electric burner is no fun though. There's no fire. Well, unless you catch the marshmallow on fire. Mmmmm, burned marshmallow.
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Old 08-08-2012, 02:18 AM   #175
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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...
yes it would purple.....did a few last night....delish.....going to buy some paint today to redecorate!!
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Old 08-08-2012, 02:22 AM   #176
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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!
who cares chopper,it's all about the taste anyway matey,but garlics did look like perfection...drooool....look forward to the pics chop!!
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The heat of the toasted marshmallow melts the chocolate. My sugar level just jumped a few numbers. And then it sticks to your lips and the chocolate runs down your chin as you try to catch every crumb of the graham cracker. Then you get to lick your fingers and lips because you don't want to lose not even a miniscule bit of it as you are already roasting your marshmallow and making your next one.
ok,enough already,stoppit addie,please stop....!!
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Old 08-08-2012, 05:09 AM   #178
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The heat of the toasted marshmallow melts the chocolate. My sugar level just jumped a few numbers. And then it sticks to your lips and the chocolate runs down your chin as you try to catch every crumb of the graham cracker. Then you get to lick your fingers and lips because you don't want to lose not even a miniscule bit of it as you are already roasting your marshmallow and making your next one.
Sounds good to me
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If you have a backyard fire pit, you can roast the marshmallows over that.

Here's a nice pic of one:
That looks scrumptious!
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I have never had Rocky Road icecream, it looks delicious
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