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.