The Brits Throw Down S’mores Gauntlet To USA. With National Toasted Marshmallow Day on August 30th, the Brits are challenging the Americans at their own game. S’mores – a toasted marshmallow, chocolate and Graham Cracker sandwich – are as American as the star-spangled banner. But British log manufacturer – www.certainlywood.co.uk – has created an all-British gourmet version of this campfire treat.
Certainly Wood asked UK-based celebrity chef Felice Tocchini, to come up with , as they are not available over here (most people use digestives, but their round shape isn’t ideal for a sandwich).
Felice created a tastier, healthier version using only six ingredients, unlike the original, which features over 10 including artificial flavouring. To complete the gourmet taste, British artisan marshmallows fromwww.marshmallowdeli.co.uk and milk chocolate by Leicester’s www.cocoa-amore.co.uk have been added to the recipe.
A blind taste test of British versus American Smores found nearly 100% of people samples found the former more sophisticated and more-ish than its counterpart across the pond.
S’mores are the focus of Certainly Wood’s Get Outdoors With S’mores campaign, which encourages parents to get their children out of the house enjoying the great outdoors all year round.
Their campaign features are all sorts of ideas from building a den to creating the perfect campfire on which to cook a range of delights including British S’mores.
Find out more about the Get Outdoors With S’mores campaign athttp://www.certainlywood.co.uk/blog/category/get-outdoors-wi…