The first time I remember doing this was with my cousin Jacob at his house over the fireplace! They turned out burnt and gooey oh well. When I go camping I’ll do it over a real campfire too. :) 3 months ago
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I did it!
I roasted marshmallows – admitted, with a fondue burner and a fondue fork, but they’re roasted.
Ok, they taste nice, more caramelly than just softened in the microwave :-)
S’Mores, here I come! 4 months ago
I’ve been wanting to do that ever since I read about it on the Internet :-)
It’s not done around here, but I won’t let that stop me!
Marshmallows, here I come! 6 months ago
Since there’s a burn ban on and I promised my cousin when he came down. It’s tasty, but it’s not nearly as fun as over a campfire. Hopefully we’ll get some rain this week and I can do it properly. 10 months ago
Oh yes, there will be S’mores. Perhaps even the kind with peanut butter cups in the middle. 11 months ago
May 16, 2012
I was going to my friend’s going away bonfire on Saturday, May 12, 2012 and I was talking to my mother about it. She said that I needed to bring a bag of marshmellows and I would be the life of the party. I ended up contacted J. to see if she had gotten marshmellows and when she said “No”, I told her “No marshmellows!, It isn’t an official bonfire without marshmellows!”. I then told her that I would pick some up. I ended up getting 3 bags, because I didn’t know how many people were officially coming.
We ended up only using a half a bag. We had a Trident stick. The Guest of Honor, L., who is the person that will be moving, cut it off a tree and started cleaning it. It looked like a creepy hand.
We all had a couple marshmellows, but we all soon remembered how sugary they were. LOL. L. toasted a few perfectly, and she told us how her father (who had passed on from Cancer a couple years ago) toasted the best marshmellows and she learned from him.
I took the rest of the marshmellows home and I hope to use them in the future with my time with the Cowboy and his girls. They would love to roast marshmallow!
I can’t wait to do it again. 12 months ago