Marshmallow Massacre

June 21, 2010 at 6:25 pm 1 comment

If you’ve been following along with last week’s Marshmallow Chronicles, you may be wondering how much longer this marshmallow madness will continue. And Candy Professor replies, “stay tuned.”

But before we continue to consider the similarities between marshmallows and white sauce later this week, we thought it was a good time for a brief intermission. Thanks to the folks at YouTube and for this glimpse into the secret world of the marshmallow.

Related Posts:

  • Marshmallow Pioneers (Marshmallow Chronicles, Part III)
  • High Society Marshmallow Roasts (Marshmallow Chronicles, Part II)
  • In Search of Lost Marshmallow (Marshmallow Chronicles, Part I)
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