But first, what means "Monk and Friars"? Words used in the eighteenth century by printers to describe errors in their craft. Pages that contained smudged or blotted letters were called monks, while letters that were deficient in ink and therefore too light were referred to as friars.
So I have discovered Winter S'mores. Okay, they don't taste quite as cool as the ones made over the summer campfire at Yosemite, but they're pretty good for a rainy night in October.
Winter S'mores a la Hoffman
Line a baking tin with foil (easy clean up); lay out as many graham cracker squares as will make a single layer. Cover with mini marshmallows and either chocolate chips or squares of a chocolate bar. Top with another layer of graham crackers, bung into a preheated 350 degree oven for about 15-20 minutes, depending on your oven. Squash down slightly once you remove them to smash the marshmallows and chocolate together. Shove into maw.
Word of the Day: FIXFAX
by at October 19, 2004 8:59 PM