How to Make a Perfect S’more (and a Wild Four-Year-Old)Alli Worthington
S’mores are taken seriously in our house…even while on vacation.
Because…well, c’mon, it’s a little bit of perfection.
It’s fun, slightly dangerous (hello, fire!) and it is dessert. *ding ding ding* We have a winner!
Of course, the process must be respected so that the product is flawless; and who better to show you than my wild four-year old?
I planned on sitting by the pool with the Mister but the boys had fire-y marshmallows and long spears so I decided to take a few pictures and keep the small guy from hurting anyone.
And because it *was* Father’s Day weekend, here is what the Mister was up to during all the fun…
I’m always amazed our family doesn’t get stared at more by other people, but then again I don’t make eye contact.
Maybe my logic is faulty, but in my mind, we are golden.
Here is what I captured on my camera. Hope you enjoy!
This is both a science and an art, people. 1 of 11The boys have it down.
Nothing short of perfection is acceptible… 2 of 11...when it comes to the Marshmallow Gooey Factor (tm).
Happy happy. 3 of 11Joy joy.
Goldilocks-approved level of not too hard, not too soft. 4 of 11Juuuuuuust right.
Hm. Aromas of cocoa and marshmallow are immediately accessible to the palate. 5 of 11Closely followed by noticeable sense of graham crackers.
HA HA! 6 of 11Ssssshhhhh. Don't tell the others!
Ruh roh. 7 of 11Trouble spotted.
C’mon. 8 of 11Do your brother a solid.
Foiled! 9 of 11Clever little brother knows how to mark his s'more territory.
Kickin’ it poolside at the Westin. 10 of 11S'more comas.
S’mores. 11 of 11The yum.
And from the 8yr old- He wants you to know that at the Westin Savannah Resort, the cabana ladies give out extra chocolate bars if you are really, really well mannered. 🙂
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