Word of the day:
ver·sa·tile (vûrs-tl, -tl)
Having varied uses or serving many functions.
We have these little oil candles that get used once a year for our pumpkins on Halloween.
They look like this:
Turns out they can serve multiple purposes.
Like, making desserts:
My fondue stick also comes in handy for these times.
My husband and I have been making s'mores indoors since the first year we were married.
We went camping for our "Honeymoon" in Yosemite.
Wonderful sights, lots of great hiking and also freezing cold.
Seriously. Freezing. Ass. Cold.
Since it was July, we were slightly unprepared for all that cold.
After thawing out the next morning,
we decided that there was no way we would survive another night and we went home early.
BUT, we had all the makings for s'mores.
And the craving for that yummy, gooey, goodness was still strong.
So we decided to make "indoor" s'mores.
Now, whenever we can't go outside to have a fire (winter, kids, laziness...),
we could still have a good treat.
Jalon cleaning up the marshmallow goo I left on the table.
Geez...can't have any fun around here.
This is where we differ in our making of the s'mores.
He slowly roasts his marshmallows to a golden brown perfection.
I set mine on fire, let that puppy burn until it crackles, blow it out and done.
It's the 1 minute marshmallow.
That's how it's done.
I like mine crispy on the outside, messy goo in the middle.
Less chances of getting that uncooked ball in the middle that won't mush on a cracker.
He did not succeed.