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  • n. Plural form of s'more.


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  • Even without a campfire, you can cook s'mores by wrapping them in aluminum foil and leaving them in the sun for 10 minutes.

    Kids bored? Find fun in the great outdoors

  • I voted for the s'mores one I think, but I'll have to do these up anyways.

    Cookie Carnival: Lemon Ricotta Cookies

  • Events at corporate headquarters are best described as harmonious gatherings of friends and family with sounds of children's laughter, the beauty of Idaho nature, and the warm feeling in one's soul of living the dream envisioned, and don't forget the s'mores.

    2morrowknight: The Success of Twitter's Bulls and Beavers

  • Hi, Monica just sent me thelink to your s'mores brownies.


  • Well then, what about a seashore, lakefront, storefront -- think Breakfast at Tiffany's walk, followed by s'mores or a clambake, a bottle of Chateau Lafite or a can of Coke Zero?

    James Scarborough: The Ten Best Love Poems Ever Written In Honor Of Valentine's Day 2011

  • Above, s'mores and milk dessert at the restaurant.

    A Second Act

  • Ramsay de Give for The Wall Street Journal At left, the s'mores and milk dessert.

    Lunch on the Bowery

  • Now would be a great time to make some s'mores. coffeeinhell is making chocolates for the Blogathon auctions.

    Checking in

  • It was a perfectly beautiful night and I ate all the s'mores by myself in a corner.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • I haven't done much reading done today, though, because the weather was beautiful and we spent a lot of time hanging out with lots of our neighbors, which culmintated with an evening around the fire pit making s'mores, drinking beer, and watching the kids play.

    Friday Book Club


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