Fun & Games

So Much S'more to Do!

By Emily Hare
Published: October 5, 2011

S’mores, those delectable sandwiches of graham, chocolate and toasted marshmallow, are a staple of cabin living. Sure, you’ll argue about whether the marshmallow tastes better charred or evenly browned. But a campfire wouldn’t feel complete without this traditional treat.

Some people have s’more-making down to a science. Specific ingredients, utensils, and heating sources are important for creating the perfect treat. But it’s also an art, as Becky Rasmussen proves with her pocket-sized book, So Much S’more to Do (Adventure Publications, $6.95, paperback, 80 pages,
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