Tuesday, November 09, 2010

Campfire Marshmallows

For some reason these things crossed my mind today and I have been thinking about them ever since. Do you remember when marshmallows came packaged this way? These were the days when they were molded in a corn starch lined mold and not extruded as they are today. The ones in the box were perfect little dusty gems of chewy goodness and were perfect roasted over an open fire. Just another example of "modern" production methods taking away something special.

photo credit: Don Johnson


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Soupy said...

I was just thinking of those. I think sometimes they came in a box that had a cover that slid off like a matchbox. The amount that you purchased at one time was smaller than the big bags of today. No wonder we are getting so fat. They seemed more precious then, you did not let any get flambeed. It
Reminds me of tent camping as a kid.

karen chastain said...

what I would give to find the boxed marshmellows. They were dusted with sugar and were kind of crusty. Wonder if the original recipe even exists.