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Sunday, August 10, 2008

That's s'more

The ShadowLands' lucky US readers will be waking up to National S'more Day, August 10. Popular in North America, a s'more (short for some more) is a traditional campfire treat consisting of a roasted marshmallow and a slab of chocolate sandwiched between two graham crackers.

The closest Australian equivalent might be a twisty, which consists of mixture of damper (unleavened bread), wrapped around a green stick and cooked on hot coals. A delight served with butter and golden syrup (placed in the hole where the stick was), and a few crunchy bits of bark, ash and insects to taste.

2 comments:

kae said...

Hi Margos
My mum put on a stack of weight when she got her first microwave oven.
Milk coffee and things like you mentioned. Take a half a small kid's block of chocolate, a marshmallow and one arnotts morning coffee biscuit. Place the bikkie on the bottom, then the choccie then the marshmallow.
nuke it for 5 seconds I think (enough to make the choc soft and the marshmallow melt a bit) and you make a sandwich with a second bikkie.
Probably a good thing you can't get the little kids chocolate blocks any more, mum'd be the size of a house!

Margo's Maid said...

Mmmh - sounds like fair approximation for any Aussies wanting to take part in the celebrations. Thanks kae.