Classic s'mores -- melty, campfire-singed marshmallows topped with chocolate and sandwiched between graham crackers -- are as delicious as they are simple. But inside-out s'mores surgically created by stuffing chocolate and graham crackers into a marshmallow? Well, that's just crazy. It's also the latest bizarre but admittedly tasty-looking Frankenfood from the operating table of the mysterious Food Surgeon.
In a new video on YouTube titled "Teddy Graham Marshmallow Impregnation with Dermal Caramelization," the maniacal "culinary practitioner" wields tweezers, scissors, and a scalpel to surgically implant Teddy Graham cookies and pieces of a Hershey's chocolate bar inside of a marshmallow. Then, like every reputable doctor, the Food Surgeon whips out a freaking blowtorch and toasts the marshmallow until it's a little more than golden-brown, effectively melting the chocolate-graham cracker interior. The 4-minute operation results in a gooey, inside-out s'more ball and, yes, we would totally eat it.
As you may know, this is far from the first time The Food Surgeon has put their strange spin (and scary surgical tools) on your favorite foods and snacks. Remember the 3 Musketeers bar with a Kit-Kat implant and the Reese's peanut butter cup that received an Oreo cream transplant operation? And just like those previous concoctions, the apparent inside-out s'more raises some good questions; namely, what's wrong with normal s'mores? Oh, and why the creepy "impregnation" language? Anyway, we can't wait to see what The Food Surgeon comes up with next.
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Tony Merevick is Cities News Editor at Thrillist and hasn't had a good s'more in years. Send news tips to firstname.lastname@example.org and follow him on Twitter @tonymerevick.