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    Quote Originally Posted by Tink, post: 39075
    Oh, and never use wire coat hangers! The paint (or other coating) on them is very toxic. Same for using "sticks" that you find in the wild. You'd better know your trees or you could end up with something toxic, too. Plus, stripping a tree for a marshmallow stick is probably heavily frowned upon at Disney.
    Really? uh oh this explains A LOT about me now........

    I'd rather just have the toasted marshmallows.....

    Another yummy graham cracker treat is to take a graham cracker, spread a layer of peanut butter and then add sliced bananas. MMMM yummy!!!












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    Quote Originally Posted by Tink, post: 39154
    Sounds like that 'dog roaster might just come in handy. You could roast those marshmallows, fill the pit left by the roaster (I'm picturing a larger "stabbing" end on it than a toasting fork?) with chocolate ghirardelli fudge sauce and smoosh it between those aforementioned graham crackers.
    Tink, you may well be the smartest person I know.




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    Thanks for the detailed cooking instructions Tink.
    Now if only I knew what a "Graham" cracker is I`d be all set!





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    This is a graham cracker. They are also used in a lot of pie crusts.

    The graham cracker was developed in 1822 in Bound Brook, New Jersey, by Presbyterian minister Rev. Sylvester Graham. Though called a cracker, it is sweet rather than salty and so bears some resemblance to what Americans call a cookie and the British call a biscuit. The true graham cracker is made with graham flour, which is unsifted and coarsely ground wheat flour.












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    Thanks Johnie.
    Now that I have the full picture, I reckon that I`ll stick to the old fashioned marshmallow`s on their own!





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    They are similar but not quite the same as a digestive biscuit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slowhand, post: 39366
    Thanks Johnie.
    Now that I have the full picture, I reckon that I`ll stick to the old fashioned marshmallow`s on their own!
    me too!












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