Monday, July 27, 2009

Smores

My husband's nieces, Kayla and Britany were here for the weekend. It was a very cold late afternoon, they decided to hang outside by the campfire ground and were making fire. They were making smores, too, and they invited me to join them. I dragged my husband and had him did the smores because I can't stand the heat of the fire; and also because I never had smores before, so I didn't really know what to do.
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The image shown was the smores that my husband was making; consist of graham crackers, hershey chocolate bar and the burnt marshmallow. I age them all for the record. Truth to tell, I didn't like it. Wow! I wonder why they like eating their marshmallow this way. It was literally turned into ashes. Imagine burning a paper and it becomes all gray, the same happened to the outer part of the marshmallow and they just love eating it.
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Anyway, the experience was something to treasure and to blog in here. :)

6 comments:

Denise said...

Yuck, I do not like smores, lol

the donG said...

hehehe... try red ribbons' smores cake.

dede said...

I dont even what smores is. LOL..

btw, thanks for sharing that experiance.

vhingF said...

I didn't know if it is same as here but they fire it together with all kinds of meat, barbecue style, with all fruits and sometimes veggies.
tawa nga ako dati kc inihaw na marsmallow...hehehehe. I taste it . para akong kumakain ng uling naalala ko tuloy ang tuko, big lizard hahahaha

Dhemz said...

hhahaha..I am not fond of smores either....:)I would rather eat the mallow w/o burning it....we tried this in the PI when we went to visit...my lil cousins and family love it...I don;t know if they like it for sure or maybe they're just saying it....lol!

MaryBeth said...

I have been doing these at home for the kids except in the microwave! The kids like them but they are a special treat - not a daily one as the girls would like if it were their choice