- A contraction of some more, so called because they’re meant to be so tasty you always want some more. (Wiktionary)
“Instructions per s'more: 1. Start with half a graham cracker on your baking sheet.”
“Of course, I now have to put up with being known as the "cookie monster" or, really, the "s'more hoarder", but, again ... no regrets.”
“Keep fishing, try and whack us s'more world records.”
“The chef's table can also be done with scallop crudo and kimchi gastrique, beet gnocchi in a butternut squash sauce, and, for dessert, a deconstructed s'more with warm chocolate sauce.”
“These brownies officially give me a valid enough excuse to never have to camp out in the wilderness again, for the sake of s'more ingestion; because really, that was my only incentive to sleep with wildlife.”
“I garnished the border with mini mellows and cut this 9X13 pan into 24 very delicious, very rich s'more brownies.”
“I'm inviting everyone in America to come join me, and if you show up with your own Tao Te Ching to burn, as well as some graham crackers and chocolate, I'll give you a free marshmallow and a stick to make a s'more.”
“If you find our photo particularly mouthwatering, you're out of luck, as BakeLab is currently sold out of Summer S'mores, head to BakeLab, which sells these treats, and occasionally even teaches you how to make them, (the upcoming s'more classes are full, but keep an eye out for more in their schedule of baking classes) then turn the page for a list of 6 others, in no particular order, to try.”
“A giant s'more took the place of a traditional wedding cake.”
“To help the city get into the swing of summer, the Ritz-Carlton is offering complimentary mini cones of s'more gelato and s'more-tinis (served in tasting glasses) every night in the lobby.”
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