A RECIPE: Volcanic roasted marshmallows

volcanic roasted marshmallows

Volcanic Roasted Marshmallows

This recipe requires a certain level of fitness, a marginal amount of strength and a whole lot of nerves. Good luck!

Difficulty: This is only for adventurous cooks

Diet Facts: a long hike to the volcano will make all marshmallow calories negligable




1/ Go to a country that permits you to hike up active volcanoes (this recipe was developed on the Pacaya Volcano in Guatemala) and take along a pack of marshmallows and a long stick.

2/ Hike up the volcano- making sure to check with guides which side of the volcano you can go to in order to avoid being killed by gasses or lava flow.

3/ Get to the top of volcano and watch out for balls of molten rock as you skewer your marshmallow on a very long stick. Hold directly over lava or if no lava then hold into an opening in the volcanic rock. Watch carefully as it will burn quickly. Make sure that you keep an eye on your feet at all times which could also potentially burn quickly.

4/ Eat and get the hell out of there before it blows.

2 Responses to “A RECIPE: Volcanic roasted marshmallows”

  1. 1 mona July 10, 2009 at 7:48 pm

    excellent! looks like you guys are enjoying your honeymoon!

  2. 2 kinds September 22, 2014 at 3:54 am

    Awesome blog! Is your theme custom made or did you download it from somewhere?
    A theme like yours with a few simple tweeks would really make my blog shine.
    Please let me know where you got your design. Thanks

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