This is knowledge I probably shouldn’t have been made privy to.
I mean, how could you NOT buy that!? Even if you don’t like Nutella someone else you know might! (such as, just brainstorming here, perhaps a blogger whose work you admire or your mom. One of those. Probably the former. Your mom told me she would prefer to buy her own.)
So my giant, two pack of Nutella was just, you know, THERE. In the pantry.
And then it rained today.
And s’mores sounded like a really good thing to do.
*Important confession. It occurred to me to do this as a blog post as I was contemplating s’moredom. And, while I was truly looking forward to sharing it with you all I was not about to delay the time it took to actually consume the s’mores by setting up pretty pictures of the process. I mean, you are all totally awesome and worth it but. S’mores.
So I grabbed graham crackers, aforementioned Nutella, Jet Puff Marshmallow stuff and salted caramel sauce.
OK, so I work with Envirotex Epoxy Resin a lot. I mean A LOTIf you’ve tried it you know it’s a terrific product but it does produce bubbles as it cures and the only way pop them is to blow on them. So I spent a lot of time blowing on the bubbles through a straw. This works great until you are momentarily distracted, forget what your doing but remember there is a straw in your mouth and accidentally inhale rather than exhale and epoxy your tongue.
It works amazingly well and saves all sorts of time (and your tongue)
Question: Is it wrong to claim the blow torch as a business expense if I also used it for s’mores? I SWEAR it’s only this one time……..
Pro-tip: do not try to take pictures of yourself using a blow torch on marshmallows. You will note that the corner of that upper-right graham cracker is, perhaps, a bit….redder then they usually are…….
The perfect rainy afternoon diet busting, guilt inducing, tax compromising treat!