Thursday, August 19, 2010

Giveaway. over.

Congrats to #69 Jennwith4.
We'll try to do some S'more education
for those of you that don't know the wonder called S'more.
S'more to come.....


Corrie and I are together.

It's always newsworthy when we gather.
Marsha made the volleyball team.
Shadowman made cinnamon rolls.
Harry broke the bedroom blinds.
Bella and Lizzie are rendez-vouzing
with friends that aren't girls.
Corrie eats Chicken Noodle Soup everyday for lunch.
Like Chicken Noodle soup from Campbell's. ick.
But she has managed to make one quilt block. It's lime green.
Me? I manage the remote control.
I introduced Corrie to Cupcake Wars.
It was a big hit.

Would you like a giveaway?
We would too.
We wanted to make you something but we couldn't stop watching TV.
We've lived under a rock for years.
Right now we're learning about banana cream pie with a peanut butter layer. yum.


We've been dreading turning on the computer all day, but here we are.

Want S'more charms??
Not charms with marshmellows.
Just MORE charms.

Leave a comment about s'more's (we've been picniking in the mountains). We'll choose a winner tonight to win any Moda charm pack in the store.

139 comments:

  1. The next time I have any kind of fire going (it's about 82 degrees at 11 at night so that's not going to happen any time soon, but still...), I'm going to try sandwiching them between two of those fudge covered cookies (from the Keebler Elves, I think). Instant s'mores without so much stuff!

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  2. Yum, maybe I will have to go fire up my BBQ to make some gooey wonderful goodness.

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  3. We don't have s'mores here in Australia, and I had never heard of them until I started blogging a few months ago, and I am still not really sure I get what they are! But last week we paid a visit to USA Foods here in Melbourne and I got a pack of s'mores flavoured poptarts - never had poptarts of any flavour before so it was a bit scary putting them in the toaster but they were sooooo good!

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  4. Not sure about s'mores but looooove charm packs and more of charm packs can only be a good thing right??? Here's hoping I win them!

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  5. Ohhh a charm pack or a picnic - maybe I could have both? ;o)

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  6. Have no idea about s'mores!But picnic sounds great and we love to bake our bread over the fire (wrapped on a stock) mmh!

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  7. I have no idea what s'more is, I don't think we get them in Australia so it sounds like I will have to google them! I do however love charm packs! thanks for the chance :)

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  8. Also I´ve no idea about s´mores, but I love charm packs, so I hope to win:-) Greetings from Slovakia :-)

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  9. I have never heard of s'mores, what are they?! I love picnics/hiking in the mountains, enjoying nature,pure mountain air, renew's ones spirit!

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  10. we don't have s'mores in the UK. Come to think of it, we miss out on a heap of good stuff. Like iced tea and corn bread - we don't have that either. I would really like some s'mores and some iced tea right now. And some of those pancakes that you guys do well that are thicker than the floppy crepe kind we eat. With syrup. Yum.

    Have a great picnic - watch out for Yogi bear, he is a canny little mister and will steal your pic-er-nic basket if you don't watch out

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  11. I've heard of s'mores but never seen them.I love picnics with my hubby.We haven't been on one in a while as it's winter over this way but wait till summer comes!! :) Barb.

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  12. My husband decided smores would be good made in the microwave. Not even close!

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  13. Our variation on s'mores. Wrap a pretzel,chocolate and marshmellow in foil and sit it near the edge of the fire. A lovely gooey mess!

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  14. I love s'mores! My daughter loves them so much that she will even make them in the microwave and they aren't near as good in there!
    Thanks for the giveaway!

    Tracy Dawson
    dawson.tracy35@yahoo.com

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  15. I had my first smore this past 4th of July in Frederick, Maryland. I'm 32, but sadly, I don't likve in the US... :-(
    It was... different than expected. I thought marshmallows were way sweeter than they actually are (that's how sweet I like things to be, LOL).
    I didn't particularly like the smores, but I miss them just the same, just because I know I can't have them.

    Contact: librosfera(at)gmail(dot)com

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  16. s'mores are good with a peanut butter layer too! mmmmm

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  17. The marshmallaw at the end of the stick is plumbing nicely over the fire .. almost ready for the Hershey bar sitting on the graham cracker in my lap. Mouthwatering dreams of melting chocolate fill my head. Oh no, what's the noise in in the woods. It's nothing. Phew. Wait where is my marshmallow? Not on the stick. Not in the fire. No the neighborhood "meannie" has it in his mouth! Memories of 4H ... And I still love s'mores!

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  18. Oh my, I love smores......Haven't had any yet this year. I guess it's still not too late. The marshmallows get sooo sticky!

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  19. Sounds yummy - I'm another one from the UK who's never had them, it seems we miss out on so much!
    I do love charm packs though, and much better for the figure ;)

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  20. camping and vacationing with family! how could it get any better? s'mores! my mom taught me an awesome little trick of wedging your deliciously brown marshmellow between Keebler Fudge Stripes instead of messy chocolate bars and graham crackers. perfecto!

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  21. We love s'mores. My kids have even taken to making them in the microwave for snack.

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  22. I had my first s'more last year and I'm 50 something years old. How sad is that? LOL. I would make them now, but unfortunately there is a health issue that makes it a no-no. Boo.

    But, I sure would like to win! Thanks for the giveaway whether I win or not! Have fun girls!!

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  23. I think I love the thought of S'mores more then I actualy love S'mores. But a charm pack, that I love!

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  24. Have you ever made s'mores with Peeps? I hear they're pretty good, but I'm just not that daring. (Leave it to some Boy Scouts to figure this one out...) But I love traditional s'mores especially when I can eat the chocolate plain, the toasted marshmallow plain and leave the graham crackers for a cheesecake crust when I get home! Thanks for a chance to win!

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  25. I've never heard of s'mores until now. So I went to google and wow they look delicious!
    Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  26. i loved smores as a kid, not so much now, as they hurt my teeth, thanks
    stacey
    luv2knitnsew@gmail.com

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  27. When my neice learned I had never in my 43 years had a smore, she decided that she needed to fix that! She made me the most scrumptious smore with dark chocolate! It was ooey and gooey and absolutely yummy....she told me "see, you can teach an old dog a new trick!" LOL!

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  28. I love s'mores so much I make them in the microwave!! Brings back happy memories of camping when my daughter was young. I LOVE charm packs and would love winning one of my choice! Have a great day!:)

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  29. S'mores are one of my favorite childhood memory! My brothers and I would wait anxiously with our marshmallows until mom was done grilling and turned off the heat. There are only a few precious minutes after the heat is killed on a propane grill when it's relatively "safe" for kids to stand close to "roast" their marshmallows from the residual heat in the lava rocks in the bottom of the grill.

    Of course, my husband's family had a gas stove in their kitchen, and he regales stories of making s'mores in the middle of winter by simply turning on the gas burner. (cheater)

    I would LOVE some charms! jaynbug@gmail.com

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  30. i find you really need to stick to Honey Maid graham crackers...they taste so much better than generic...
    my kids have never had s'mores...oooh, bad mommy.

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  31. As a Scrappy Quilter I adore Charm packs and could always do with S'mores :-)
    I have not had the priviledge of trying s'mores here is Australia
    Cheers
    Lynne

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  32. Wow I have not had s'mores since I accompanied my daughter to a music retreat 12 years ago. They are tasty and gooey. S'mores are fun when you have an open fire and kids are singing along :-) Thanks for the giveaway. Hope you are having a fun time.

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  33. If I'm being completely honest I have never really liked smores. I like the chocolate and graham but have just never been a fan of marshmallow. I love charm packs though :)

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  34. TOO funny that you should mention s'mores in this particular post. Just last night as hubby was lighting the grill to make hotdogs, I told him to hang on a minute - I wanted a s'more for an appetizer. He just looked at me with a question on his face...LOL

    Yeap, I ran into the house and opened up a fresh bag of marshmallows and had a big fat s'more before my hotdog....just like a kid...LOL

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  35. I love s'mores! My fiance and I are just starting to plan our wedding, and we've just decided that we'd like to have it on a farm and the late night snack of choice? S'mores!!

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  36. Ooh, love s'mores! Once it cools off a bit, we'll have to make some.

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  37. Have you seen the extra big marshmallows the supermarket has this summer? They make a HUGE s'more! I could only eat 2..... I wonder if we have any marshmallows left...

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  38. We bought stuff to make s'mores when my grandsons came to visit a couple of weeks ago, but didn't have time, so my hubby and I made them for ourselves and ate about ten of them. That's why I love him! Thanks for the giveaways!

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  39. Currently dieting so no s'mores for me :(, but as luck would have it charms are calorie-free!

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  40. I personally have an aversion to marshmallows, so all I really want are the grahm crackers and chocolate :) My daughters, though, LOVE marshmallows. They're too young yet to have experienced a camp fire and the making of a traditional s'more, but hopefully soon we'll get the opportunity, and I know they'll enjoy it!

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  41. I've made s'mores over the stove in the winter time. :-)

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  42. oh my goodness, add some fresh picked blueberries to your smores, they are so heavenly! yum

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  43. I can't eat S'mores, I'm celiac, but we melt marshmallows and chocolate ontop of grilled pineapple for me!

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  44. Last time I made S'mores was in a fireplace at a cabin in Germany. It was freezing cold outside wiht snow on the ground and we were on holiday with our young boys.

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  45. Our vacation never seems complete until we gather around the beach campfire and toast the smores, with my husband yelling in the background that "The marshmellows are falling off, Quick get me the graham crackers!"

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  46. I can't remember the last time I had a s'mores!!!

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  47. s'mores....my friend posted about "grown up s'mores" a while back, and i had to make them. they're delicious - no campfire needed. you just melt some chocolate on the stove, dip in a marshmallow (which is on a toothpick or a skewer), then roll in crushed graham crackers.

    they're amazing.

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  48. my little family likes to camp....my mother does NOT, she introduced my 6 year old daughter to making smores in the microwave, nice Grandma!

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  49. i introduced my 2 yr old daughter to smores and she LOVES them!!

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  50. Mmmmmmm, s'mores!!! When I think of s'mores I think of fall campfires and the gooey mess that is sure to follow! I can't wait to introduce my 11 month old to s'mores soon!

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  51. Mmmmm, I love s'mores. They are the best part of camping!

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  52. Can't go camping without making s'mores - my husband had his first s'more two years ago!

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  53. I just discovered the s'mores sensation in the last two years. I never encountered such a thing in all my youth-bizarre I know. Anyway, when we can manage to bear the Texas heat and fire up the grill s'mores are on the menu!

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  54. How about those gigantic marshmallows they make now? It sure adds to the experience of making s'mores with the kiddos. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  55. You have GOT to use the Giant Marshmallows that came out recently in your smores!! They squish and goo everywhere and make them even more yummy :)

    candy at fiber dot net

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  56. S'mores...they are wonderful.. I remember having them in Girl Scouts for the first time.. I would have mine without chocolate...(am I the only quilter in the world that doesn't eat chocolate?)

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  57. We always make smores when we are camping. The mallos have to be perfect - not too black and not too pale. BUT....they are always sticky and delicious!!!

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  58. How great to have family time together! S'mores and outdoor fires go hand in hand around here. We bought an outdoor fire bowl this year, got the fire dept. permit and everything, just so we could enjoy s'mores on weeknights or weekends when we don't get a chance to take the trailer camping. I would love the opportunity to win your giveaway. Enjoy your vacation.

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  59. I am one of the few that doesn't like smores...they are just too mushy and messy. I like to eat chocolate, graham crackers and roasted marshmallows, just not all together! (seelorisew@yahoo.com)

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  60. Yum! I just made some mini smores last night. They were good. You can see them at: kristenandjake.blogspot.com

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  61. I haven't had a s'more in a long time - we hardly ever have marshmallows or graham crackers in the house. I might have to buy some, though.

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  62. reminds me of girl scouts and camping at day camp. how fun a vacation fou you all. Linda Gerig

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  63. I have never had a s'more, awful isn't it?

    Carolyn

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  64. I LOVE s'mores! Made in the microwave will satisfy the craving, but nothing beats marshmallow w/some char on it! My best friend does not care for them, but one year surprised me with them at her July 4th cookout. How sweet was that? As sweet & charming as a charm pack!!

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  65. Yummy, charm squares and treats

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  66. Ooh what a great pic. I wanna win lol. Can't beat smores though!

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  67. I love s'mores!! My son and I will fix them over my gas stove in the air conditioned house when we crave them in the summer rather than smother in the heat of making a fire outside. In addition to s'mores, I also LOVE charm packs!! They are my new obsession!!! I've got my fingers crossed...the new moda Happy would work perfectly in a new pattern I just got!!!
    glendaoz72@yahoo.com

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  68. S'mores are awesome! Sadly the only way my kids have been introduced to them is through the Walmart microwave S'more maker. Someday soon we'll go and make them over a real campfire!

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  69. I made s'mores cupcakes a couple of weeks ago. I think they are my new favorite cupcake. I believe i got the recipe from the Martha Stewart website. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  70. S'mores are the best! The best part is watching my kids eat them they get more on them than they do in there mouths!

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  71. Mmmm... we're planning to have s'mores this very weekend! Have you ever made a PB/fluff s'more? Spread PB on your graham and then add the toasted marshmallow... very sweet but very yummy! Thanks for the great giveaway!

    ~Kim

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  72. Sounds like a chaotic, happy time for all! We recently made s'mores with those oversized (gigantic) marshmallows. It was way too much marshamallow for me but the kids were more enthusiastic (and much messier) about them!

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  73. I love to add peanut butter, I love smores I am going to be making them tonight. Thanks for the give a way

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  74. Did you know that you can make s'mores in the oven? You can. Just turn your oven to broil, put the mallows on a baking sheet, and broil to your hearts content- but watch them carfully and turn them half way through. Also I love my s'mores with a Reese's peanut butter cup- soo good!
    spackattak7 at hotmail dot com

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  75. Hey Des, I was in Firth late last Saturday night. I saw the weirdest named store, not one I've seen before. I want to tease you about it, BUT I can't remember the name of it! My daughter, Nancy told me S'mores are good with reeses peanut butter cups! instead of hershey chocolate. She will probably post that on here too. My friend is serving S'mores at her daughter's wedding reception next week. I suggested she use the Keebler Elf cookies to sandwich the roasted marshmellow. I will try it and keep you posted on it!:)

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  76. I haven't had s'mores in FOREVER!! I like the marshmallow to be hot to melt but I don't like it really burnt, just slightly burnt...We did a s'mores chocolate at a fondue spot one night and OMG!!! The had the chocolate, sprinkled graham crackers, topped it with marshmallow, then they covered the light (we had a really cute semi-private booth) and lit the marshmallow on fire...it was like a little campfire....can you DELISH? oohhh...thanks now my mouth is watering at 9:15 in the morning heeheehee

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  77. My favorite scene ever in a movie is in The Sandlot when Smalls doesn't know what a s'more is and asks "how can I have some more if I haven't had any yet?" And the response is "You're killin' me Smalls." The instructions kill me too . . . you take a graham, you roast a mallow, you put the mallow on the graham . . .

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  78. OMG, another charm pack I would LOVE!
    I just finished making up the table runner that I created from your the gorgeous Fruitcake charm pack that I ordered from your Etsy store a couple of weeks ago. Pic is on my blog!! I'm SO happy. It's the first thing I've created with fabric, lol.
    Oh, and marshmallows in hot chocolate for me... mmmm.

    Love Roz (mad English woman!)

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  79. Mmm...s'mores! I make mine the lazy way...put a toasted marshmallow between two Keebler fudge stripe cookies!

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  80. Smores are delish but I am always annoyed that marshmallows, so lovely and sweet and bouncy, are not vegetarian! So I make my own.

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  81. I don't have a clue what s'mores are(I'm from the UK) but I do now what charms are!!
    Count me in please!!
    Gill

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  82. When we make s'mores we put peanut butter on the graham cracker. They are soooo good that way! I can't eat them anymore without it!

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  83. S'mores, well LOVE THEM! They are great when your camping. We even tried the great big huge marshmellows, wow what a mouthful. I mean there was so much sticky goodness. We also roast Starburst over the fire. Try it! You unwrap a candy, stick it on your stick, roast over fire until the outside starts to drip, remove from the fire, let it cool, then eat. So much fun!!

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  84. Summer isn't summer without some campfire s'mores!

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  85. Beautiful photo! Congrats to Marsha, Marsha, Marsha for making the volleyball team! :)

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  86. My girls had s'mores at a picnic the other night and I was jealous!

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  87. Oooyy, gooey, marshmallows. Roasting over the fire. Quick, put a chocolate bar and graham cracker under so the chocolate can start melting. Dripping down my chin...Yummmm....

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  88. S'mores, well LOVE THEM! They are great when your camping. We even tried the great big huge marshmellows, wow what a mouthful. I mean there was so much sticky goodness. We also roast Starburst over the fire. Try it! You unwrap a candy, stick it on your stick, roast over fire until the outside starts to drip, remove from the fire, let it cool, then eat. So much fun!!

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  89. S'mores always remind me of an old friend. She was my youth director from church when I was a teen. She and her husband took her friend, me, another youth group member, my sister, and a friend of hers from college to the mountains for a weekend. We had an old cabin to stay in and we made s'mores one night while there. Several years ago we lost her to a brain tumor. What an awesome person she was and many things remind me of her, and S'mores are just one of those!

    Kim
    kimrward@charter.net

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  90. smores are awesome!! We love making smores in the winter or when we are camping,thats half the fun of any outdoor activity!!
    jacksoncrisman@yahoo.com

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  91. We started cooking some special s'mores over a campfire. They're marshmallow covered in cinnamon sugar and wrapped in a biscuit. We tried with chocolate in them too, but it melted too fast. You can just eat it along with the marshmallow. Aannndd, they have new chocolate marshmallows that I can't wait to try out!

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  92. S'mores are an essential part of camping! And I just read the tip above about roasting starburst, which sounds AMAZING!

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  93. Oh, goodness, I think I go camping just for the s'mores. I am never sure how many I eat, but it's a lot. I love how the chocolate gets a little melty. I like my marshmallows brown, but not black. Okay. This is mean. Now I want one (several).

    jessierey(at)msn(dot)com

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  94. I love smores. When I had to go onto a gluten free diet this is one of the foods I missed the most. I would usually cheat and eat at least one during the summer. Now I make my own graham crackers gluten free just so I can eat them and not get sick lol
    I love your giveaways-thanks Kathy

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  95. I watched that episode of Bobby Flay too! Did you stay up late enough to watch the chocolate bread pudding throw down? Okay..,s'mores. The last day of school we do chocolate fractions with Hershey bars. The left over chocolate is used to make s'mores around the campfire (microwave) for the last day of Camp Pruden (2nd Grade). Wish me luck!

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  96. s'mores are the BEST summer dessert, yum!

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  97. Okay, I have a secret recipe for s'mores that I can share. Instead of using plain old Hershey's chocolate bars for the chocolate part, I use Carmello candy bars. It is way more yummy. You have to use two or three of the little squares from the Carmello. Mmmmmmmmmmmmmm!

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  98. My family loves s'mores. We make them year round both outdoors and indoors via a microwave. Our favorite tradition is to build a bonfire on New Year's Eve. We serve soup, plenty of hot chocolate and make s'mores for dessert. Nothing is better.

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  99. I didn't know the marshmallow chocolate thing was called smores- learn something new. Maybe nice with a chunk of fruit on the stick as well?

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  100. Oh I haven't had a smore for a long time. I'm thinking I might have to make a trip to the grocery store and get me the makings for some.

    lsandes@comcast.net

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  101. Ok....something for you to try.......take a banana, peel one strip of peeling but do not take it off...load it down with semi-sweet chocolate chips and mini marshmellows..maybe some nuts......cover with the peel, wrap it in foil.....now cook it over the coals for about 5 minutes.........let it cool a couple minutes and eat with a spoon.........HEAVEN! Let me know how you like it.

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  102. I cook s'mores over my gas stove- pretty much every night. All the taste and I don't smell like a campfire after! :)

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  103. Never had a s'mores in my life !
    But I love charms, so sign me up !

    biking underscore dot at yahoo dot com

    And thanks for the chance to win.
    Enjoy your family time.

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  104. Cupcake Wars!!!??? Netflix? Hulu? I gotta find this one.
    S'mores huh - how about this one...replace the dusty musty Hersheys bar with a REESE'S PB CUP, add your toasted marshmallow and squish between the graham crackers. Just sayin'

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  105. Marshmallows, graham crackers, peanut butter and chocolate are perfect summer snacks, though with the heat in Florida, late September is best time for a fire. Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

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  106. Love me some Cupscake Wars! And smores! And banana pudding with peanut butter...go Elvis! And charms! Great giveaway!

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  107. It's not summer until you toast some s'mores :)


    It's also a great way to end the summer.

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  108. Easy Smores...just use the peak frean shortbread cookies that have the chocolate dip...roast a marshmallow & sandwich inbetween. All the goodness, less mess & monkey around!!! As for charm squares...LOVE 'EM!!! (dmifflin@netrover.com)

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  109. I love making smores. I always have to have my marshmellow just a tiny bit burned so it's really melty inside, yummy!

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  110. I don't eat smores...weird I know, but I'm not a chocolate or marshmellow person...rice crispy treats! now those I can eat the entire pan of!!!!

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  111. Every since we moved to the lake and built a fire pit on the beach, we have to have smore ingredients in the house!

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  112. I ADORE s'mores - and charm packs!! Love the picture, as well.

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  113. Being a former camp counselor, I'll never complain if I never eat another smore in my lifetime. But, banana boats are another story...

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  114. I had s'mores for the very first time this past June. And I am 50+ years old! I don't like marshmallows and just assumed I wouldn't like s'mores, wrong!!!

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  116. S'mores and Girl Scouts go together! One of the cutest photos of our oldest daughter was in her Girl Scout Uniform eating S'mores! Thanks for sharing,love,Linda

    jldouglas@wispwest.net

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  117. I love smores, and so do my boys - but their dad (and my dad too) hate them! They're far too sensible to be eating messy, delicious stuff like that!

    Linda

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  118. Love s'mores as do the rest of my family... it is a real treat when we go camping!! Would love to win Charms - thanks for the chance!!

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  119. best smoores i had were on the back deck of the beach house we rented this summer....

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  120. I love, love, love s'mores. I also have a s'more cheesecake recipe that my kids always request. Yum!

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  121. I just had s'mores tuesday in the mts. here! how fun!
    annemolino at hotmail dot com

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  122. I was just wanting to brush up on my Girl Scout trivia:
    The first recorded version of the recipe can be found in the publication "Tramping and Trailing with the Girl Scouts" of 1927.[4] It is unknown whether the Girl Scouts were the first to make and enjoy s'mores, but there appears to be no earlier claim to this snack. Although it is unknown when the name was shortened, recipes for "Some Mores" are in various Girl Scout publications until at least 1971. There you go! Great for campouts- summer or winter!

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  123. I just love s'mores I have not had one in a long time. Maybe I will make some this weekend.
    Jo

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  124. I love s'mores. Last time we made them one of my kids had the brilliant idea to put the marshmallows in the microwave instead of a fire. It's unbelievable what happens to a marshmallow in the microwave. They get giant.

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  125. We don't have s'more here, but I love to go hiking, specially in the summertime, oh wait I read you can have marshmallows there, so I'd like to join in one for sure, lol :P

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  126. I went to camp once, and we did not make s'mores. But I do love ice cream that has s'mores, and cookies like that.
    Thanks for turning on your computer for us:)

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  127. S'mores are the BEST! :) What a great summer treat. ;) In more ways than one. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  128. I prefer toasted marshmallows to s'mores... if I don't eat the chocolate and graham crackers, I can eat that many more marshmallows!

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  129. yummm! s'mores with gourmet chocolate instead of hershey's is a great treat!

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  130. smores!! I love to make them with those SUPER big marshmallows! YUM, so gooey and delicious :)

    SheilaC

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  131. S'mores are delicious and worth every effort to make them, which includes dodging my six-year-old twins roasting sticks!

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  132. We'll be roasting some S'mores this weekend up in the mountains, can't wait!.

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  133. Is it wrong that we only let our 4 and 2 y/o's eat uncooked marshmallows when we make s'mores? I don't think so!

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  134. Don't try them in the microwave... YUCK!! Not good!! Thanks for the givaway! Polly

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  135. I love smores, I love em so much I will do them over a candle or even in the microwave--YUMMA!!

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  136. I've never actually tried smores actually. Not a marshmallow fan...hmmm...

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  137. I LOVE s'more Brownies. Here's a link to my blog recipe
    http://www.joscountryjunction.com/?p=229

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  138. When I eat a smore I always recall the Girl Scout camps of my youth -- great memories!

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