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« Reply #20 on: July 06, 2006 05:58:31 PM »

mmmmmmm......smores.....(drooling)
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« Reply #21 on: July 06, 2006 08:09:01 PM »

ooh, they look so tasty..!!! and so very cool..!

I have always wondered what they are... lol

what are graham crackers...? are they sweet..? or more savoury..?

Graham crackers don't have a strong taste; they are dry and have a very soft honey taste to them.  They are mostly used as a base for a more flavorful topping.  In the case of s'mores, you add a piece of chocolate bar and a toasted marshmallow (and I think some versions also include peanut butter).  Graham crackers on their own are a mild snack that you might give to a little child, but I would generally want at least some peanut butter on them.

hope that helps!   Smiley

and THANKS to all for the nice comments!!  I like to lurk and to swap, but I don't usually make up something new, so it feels great to get positive feedback on this.
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« Reply #22 on: July 06, 2006 11:57:46 PM »

ooh, they look so tasty..!!! and so very cool..!

I have always wondered what they are... lol

what are graham crackers...? are they sweet..? or more savoury..?

Graham crackers don't have a strong taste; they are dry and have a very soft honey taste to them.  They are mostly used as a base for a more flavorful topping.  In the case of s'mores, you add a piece of chocolate bar and a toasted marshmallow (and I think some versions also include peanut butter).  Graham crackers on their own are a mild snack that you might give to a little child, but I would generally want at least some peanut butter on them.

hope that helps!   Smiley

and THANKS to all for the nice comments!!  I like to lurk and to swap, but I don't usually make up something new, so it feels great to get positive feedback on this.

Hmm i think i can think of something similar...... Cheesy guess what Im buying to try tonight hehehe

oh, since the pic is going into the microwave..... is that how they are cooked..?
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« Reply #23 on: July 07, 2006 05:59:59 AM »

oh, since the pic is going into the microwave..... is that how they are cooked..?

They're traditiionally a campfire snack - you toast teh marshmallow over an open flame, then put it between the crackers (with teh chocolate also tucked in there) and let the heat of the marshmallow soften the chocolate.  To make them at home, I typically put the bottom cracker + chocolate in the microwave for several seconds to give the chocolate a bit of softness, then add the marshmallow on top and microwave for a few more seconds (watching to make sure the marshmallow doesn't expand so much that it makes a huge mess), then take it out and pop the second cracker on top and press down.

good luck!   Cheesy
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« Reply #24 on: July 07, 2006 06:28:32 AM »

oh, since the pic is going into the microwave..... is that how they are cooked..?

They're traditiionally a campfire snack - you toast teh marshmallow over an open flame, then put it between the crackers (with teh chocolate also tucked in there) and let the heat of the marshmallow soften the chocolate.  To make them at home, I typically put the bottom cracker + chocolate in the microwave for several seconds to give the chocolate a bit of softness, then add the marshmallow on top and microwave for a few more seconds (watching to make sure the marshmallow doesn't expand so much that it makes a huge mess), then take it out and pop the second cracker on top and press down.

good luck!   Cheesy

I make smores on my stove, too. It was more difficult when we had an electric stove because I had to have the coils really hot, but now it's much easier with my gas stove. Just pop the marshmallow on something like a fork or a scewer and toast.
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« Reply #25 on: July 07, 2006 07:40:18 AM »

oh, since the pic is going into the microwave..... is that how they are cooked..?

They're traditiionally a campfire snack - you toast teh marshmallow over an open flame, then put it between the crackers (with teh chocolate also tucked in there) and let the heat of the marshmallow soften the chocolate.  To make them at home, I typically put the bottom cracker + chocolate in the microwave for several seconds to give the chocolate a bit of softness, then add the marshmallow on top and microwave for a few more seconds (watching to make sure the marshmallow doesn't expand so much that it makes a huge mess), then take it out and pop the second cracker on top and press down.

good luck!   Cheesy

oh, since the pic is going into the microwave..... is that how they are cooked..?

They're traditiionally a campfire snack - you toast teh marshmallow over an open flame, then put it between the crackers (with teh chocolate also tucked in there) and let the heat of the marshmallow soften the chocolate.  To make them at home, I typically put the bottom cracker + chocolate in the microwave for several seconds to give the chocolate a bit of softness, then add the marshmallow on top and microwave for a few more seconds (watching to make sure the marshmallow doesn't expand so much that it makes a huge mess), then take it out and pop the second cracker on top and press down.

good luck!   Cheesy

I make smores on my stove, too. It was more difficult when we had an electric stove because I had to have the coils really hot, but now it's much easier with my gas stove. Just pop the marshmallow on something like a fork or a scewer and toast.

Mmmmm chocolate and marshmallowy goodness......

didnt make it to the supermarket, im too slack to walk up there at night, in the dark, in the cold....

But tomorrow is another day....

and that is one mighty fine looking s'more Cheesy even if it isnt edible hehe


ETA> ooh, we have a gas stove.... So i might try it both ways hehe Cheesy yay for sweets
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