[Sca-cooks] Marshmallow Etiquette
Huette von Ahrens
ahrenshav at yahoo.com
Tue Aug 29 04:30:15 PDT 2006
I am with you Alys! I like marshmallows somewhat burned, so that the inside is all
gooey and hot. I don't mind the charred coat tho'. I think that a golden brown
outside and a "raw" inside doesn't taste right to me either.
So Adamantius, IMHO, leave your Evil Spawn alone. He may like them charred. And, if he
doesn't, he will learn how to do them all on his own.
--- Elise Fleming <alysk at ix.netcom.com> wrote:
> Adamantius wrote about Evil Spawn:
> >it turned out that he had not been
> >[effectively] taught how to properly roast or toast marshmallows. His
> >idea was that you basically set them on fire, allow them to turn
> >black, put out the fire and eat them.
> Well, my personal preference is that I char the outside (much like Evil
> Spawn does/did), remove the treat from the fire, slip off the blackened
> coat, pop it in my mouth for a hot treat, put the remaining marshmallow
> back on the fire, char the outside-or make it bubble mightily, remove the
> treat from the fire, slip off the blackened coat, pop it in my mouth for a
> hot treat, put the remaining marshmallow back on the fire... until no more
> can be charred-or mightily bubbled. A golden brown outside and "raw"
> inside is, to me, a travesty. Marshmallows need thorough cooking all the
> way inside! :-) I deemed it quite a skill to get three passes at the
> 'mallow and not let it slip off into the fire before fully consumed.
> Alys Katharine
> Elise Fleming
> alysk at ix.netcom.com
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