breakfast of champions

making breakfast

Three fellows discuss and plan a breakfast project.

prep
Ingredients are assembled. The stove is lit.

toasting

Some people like their breakfast gently toasted.
Others prefer a darker brown.

the squish

The squishing is very important.

chocolate goo

The chocolate must be melted evenly.

yum


It's a little easier on your system if breakfast is around noon.

Comments

My feelings about Middle are already well known and have gone some way to damage him in a fairly public setting.

But if youngest is not just as cute as a button then I do not know what is.

Oh, and nice shoulders there K...
Miz S said…
S'mores with coffee would be a heavenly weekend breakfast. And just what I need to further my important research in waistline expansion.
Duyvken said…
Love the Frank Lloyd Wright t-shirt. And breakfast looks delish!
dan renzi said…
There's a little restaurant somewhere by NYU, although I think it's a chain so there are many, and they serve s'mores for dessert. You roast the stuff over a bunson burner.

The trick is to assemble the sandwich, skewer the whole thing (gently), and then impart a second roasting of the crackers. Gives a nutty flavor, and melts the chocolate a little bit more.
jenny said…
Maybe it's the graham crackers that send me over the edge - it must be because I cannot find fault with either chocolate or marshmallows...

I realize I'm probably the only person in. the. world. who cannot abide by the s'more.
Anonymous said…
Love your stove! Breakfast looks fabulous!
stellamarys said…
I can't believe it - you have the same little boxy microwave as me (only ours is red.)Mary K. Rockport
Poppy Buxom said…
Oh, I see. You save the good breakfasts for AFTER BlogHere08.

Harrrumph!
Noon? That would be a couple hours before 16-year-old-Boy graces us with his presence. This summer he has turned into a wombat: nocturnal and goofy-looking.
Dani said…
See? Now I need to go eat my stashed Hershey w/ Almond bar for breakfast.

ALL YOUR FAULT.
Anonymous said…
I hope you had some too.

jbhat
daysgoby said…
YUM!

Unfortunately, if I made s'mores for breakfast it would be a case of s'any, as I wouldn't. GET ANY.

(Great FLW shirt!)
Tina said…
Mmmmmmm. I think I might just have breakfast for lunch today.
catsteevens said…
Ohh, you're killin' me. I need to eat one NOW :)
jo said…
I see K admires my most favourite architect....

Personally I toast the marshmallow and then remove the crunchy outer brown and eat that and then re-toast the marshmallow again whilst snacking on the graham crackers and avoiding tat evil brown chocolate stuff entirely!
alice c said…
I am getting a little worried - what with the whole making fire thing and the ritual consumption of tribal food. I hope that your boys are not going to cover themselves in white paint and go walkabout.
scarlettm said…
Saturday night my husband and I were at a dinner party. We spend every Easter at the home of one of our fellow dinner party guests, and we are always treated to Peeps as "favors".

As you may know, Peeps are practically indestructible - CNN once did a short feature on just how difficult it is to "hurt" a Peep.

During the course of the dinner party, the Peep issue arose. We became quite hysterical at the thought of making Peep S'mores, using leftover, stale Peeps, around a campfire in the summer.

Your post could not have been timelier!
barbra said…
Mmmmm.... maybe I will have this in the morning for my breakfast!
Jennifer said…
My kids would be in heaven and think it's " backwards day" :)

I'd had built a fire in the back and not use the stove, what if some marsmallow fell on it!
Anonymous said…
looks delish but honestly I was hoping that the marshmallows would be toasted over the fire made with flint!
She She said…
I love your stove!

And the breakfast looks lovely, too.
My girls LOVE winter time smores ... in the microwave for 12 seconds - chocolate is perfect and they don't appreicate the burnt edges anyway.

I love the outside fire ones myself - though this summer not so much ... just to warm or RAINY to build fires.