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Graham crackers splinter upon bite impact, resulting in a s'more experience I'd like to have s'less. So with help from some friends, I recreated a campfire in my lab to experiment with improvements.

Want to have fun cooking with your kids, and get them so high on sugar that they'll clean up the mess? If you're like me, you love s'mores. But after all these years of campfire greatness, I think the

Dan and Mark come in from the cold of winter to talk hot chocolate, whether made with milk, cream, or even water and Swiss Miss. They debate marshmallows, whipped cream, booze and other warm, weighty issues. /mark   Photo: Flickr CC /

Alongside our s'mores episode, where we heard clever new ideas from a wise young Sporkful fan (and first member of the Sporkful Junior Eaters Society), Dan proposed an ingenious solution to core s'more problems. It addresses the structural deficiencies of the

This story of s'more improvisation didn't quite fit in our latest episode, but you might find it useful, especially if you're ever craving s'mores in the proximity of a bar, oilcan inferno and an Asian restaurant. It can be done.

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We move beyond the traditional combo of marshmallow, chocolate, and graham cracker to experiment with alternative ingredients like peanut butter and ginger snaps, and alternative structures like mini graham cracker pie crusts. See photos of Nathaniel's back yard research here,

I love the ingredients of s'mores, but I have a few issues with the way thse ingredients come together. First, I think that graham crackers are a subpar sandwich base, because they're so hard. When you bite into a s'more,

Eight-year-old Nathaniel Goodyear joins us next week for a special show about s'mores. In preparation for the show, he conducted a series of experiments on alternative s'more ingredients (pics below). I'll be doing work with alternative s'more structures over the

We're researching for future shows and need your wise input. Upcoming topics include burger toppings, yogurt and s'mores. Keep nothing delicious to yourself - fellow Sporkful fans are counting on you