Sunday, September 5, 2010

S'more

The last evening at the summer camp, we had a bonfire in the woods.
Well, a bonfire in the USA wouldn't be perfect without S'more, right? ;) This popular American dessert is absolutely a must during a bonfire.

Preparing the marshmallow in a long metal skewer.

Marshmallow ready to be roasted.

Roasting the marshmallows.
Making the S'more.

How to make S'more:
- A layer of chocolate
- Roasted marshmallow.
to be put between
- 2 pieces of Grahams crackers

A ready to eat S'more.
The soft marshmallow with the "almost" melted chocolate inside the crunchy crackers.... Yummmm... it's yummy! All the children were so happy to eat it, too bad, there's no second round.

17 comments:

  1. You seemed to have a good time in the US, Selby. What kind of camp is it, if I may know?

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  2. cooking gallery: It's a 4 weeks summer camp for children aged 11 years old and I was one of the leaders. There were 60 children from 12 countries :)

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  3. classic for summer - I hope you enjoyed them

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  4. I agree, s'mores are a necessity at a bonfire! They look delicious, Selby!

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  5. faith: Very yummy, too bad, only had one of it :)

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  6. Mmm, I love s'mores! I want some right now!

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  7. I love s'mores! I don't have a firepit or bonfire in my backyard but I do have a gas stove and that works well. I may have to make some soon.

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  8. monica: Heard, there's another way to make s'mores by heating the marshmallow in the microwave?

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  9. roasted marshmallows are the bomb! love...

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  10. aiks..its burn marshmallows..:D but the look of it sure soft and nice..:)

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  11. taufulou: try it and you'll love it ;)

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  12. Yum - s'mores on real fire sound so wonderful!

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  13. 5 star foodie: It is indeed :)

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