With the Summer Barbeque Season in high gear, how can any forget the fun we as children had when the adults allowed us to toast marshmallows over the cooling embers of the charcoal grill? Maybe the times have changed, but there is still fun to be had making S’mores whether with a charcoal grill or with some ingenuity a propane grill (indirect heat to offset the possibility of including a propane smell to the marshmallow). Including S’mores, that perfect combination of melting marshmallow, milk chocolate and graham crackers in your menu for the July 4th Party is a perfect way to please any child and bring the child out in every adult. The following link provides a brief history and how to construct the perfect S’Mores.
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