15 August 2011

More S'mores


Last week was National S'mores Day. It will be celebrated annually in my household from here on out. S'mores hold a special place in our family and my sister is a gourmet S'mores bar maker, using golden grahams, etc. She's taken it to an art form that I highly doubt anyone can beat.


My sisters and I all love a good camping trip, camp fire, camp song and roasted marshmallow. I will confess to making S'mores by toasting marshmallows on the stove top. This might be happening right now as I write this if only I had marshmallows in the house. I guess I actually don't have any chocolate in the house either, but I did stock up on graham crackers when I saw them on sale recently. So it was only natural that I would own the cookbook S'Mores: Gourmet Treats for Every Occasion by Lisa Adams.


It is filled with many ways to enjoy a perfectly toasted marshmallow with fruit, chocolate, cookies, cakes and many other treats. Wouldn't it be fun to do a S'more recipe a week and work your way through this cookbook. What a great idea for a photo-filled book of recipes. This recipe using candy canes sounds quite lovely for the holidays. I can so easily see a tray of these along with some steaming hot cocoa, by a fire with friends and family and with the scent of pine tree and visions of lights and baubles all around.


If you're looking for a fun, unique dessert recipe this great little gem may be just the place to start looking for a great interactive recipe everyone can help create. Do you love S'mores? What are your favorite foods to mix with a good toasted marshmallow? When do you most enjoy S'mores: camping trips, family barbecues, living room fireplace? Have a great Monday and if you have a chance, enjoy a S'more today!

This post is linked up to the Serenity Now Weekend Bloggy Reading Link-up. Lots of fun links to wander through from bloggers around the world. Great way to meet find new blogs to read.

images by kalanicut

2 comments:

Jane @ The Borrowed Abode said...

Oh, yum!! My favorite way to make basic s'mores is to use Lu Dark Chocolate Covered Biscuits instead of Hershey chocolate and grahams. Because I'm kind of a chocolate snob. :)

kalanicut said...

Love it Jane! I'm my own kind of chocolate snob, ha-ha. I use the large Guittard milk chocolate chips & lots of them.

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