Tuesday, March 06, 2007

The Mallow
Tonight we cooked steak and I roasted some potato wedges that I had covered in a butter, garlic powder, onion salt, parsley, pepper, and Parmesan. Can I just say... those tatos were GOOD! Anyhoo... when we were done we got the kids in bed and I remembered that we have a bag of marshmallows in the pantry. So, I start to toast a few. Man - I'd forgotten how much I love that gooey warm goodness! Anyone who knows me, already knows of my obsession... er... I mean great appreciation for marshmallow peeps. Apparently, I just love marshmallows. Give em' to me chocolate covered, sugar coated, or crisped over an open flame.


What a horrid picture of myself... oh well... the point of the picture is the MALLOWS. Not the fact that I look like an insane mother of three. Oh wait, that's what I am. :) I did rediscover that there is ONE way that I won't eat mallows....

That's right folks - I won't eat my mallows TORCHED! Hubby loves them to taste like the charcoal we cooked them over... not sure why the burnt taste is so appealing, but hey - to each his own. So, how do you like your mallows? Chocolate covered? Sugar coated? Plain? Golden and gooey? Or fried to a crisp? OR ::GASP:: do you NOT LIKE THEM??

6 comments:

Amber said...

Lightly browned or even darkly browned. But I'm with you: never torched!

Melissa said...

Oh good! I'm glad I'm not the only one :)

Shirlee said...

I haven't had a toasted marshmallow in years, they do look yummy though. The fun is trying to get a perfectly all over toasted one. Your hubby looks quite pleased with his "torch"!

I also like the candy marshmallow strawberries. The ones that make your teeth and tongue bright pink.

Christine said...

That's just how I like mine too. Warmed through, and golden brown,NOT torched!
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Bex said...

It's not camping without roasting marshmallows! Although last time I went camping, I was so excited to eat my roasted mallows. But then they wasn't as good as I had remembered and I was sooo disappointed!

Jamie J said...

I'm a golden brown girl...gooey on the inside, but lightly toasted on the outside.