Urban Camping Guide: How to Roast Marshmallows

So, for those campers who are not yet ready to delve into the camping world due to cold nights but still want to have a unique experience or practice your skills, I have tips on how to practice roasting marshmallows in the home.

You’ll need to gather:
-marshmallows or Peeps
-candle
-matches or fireplace lighter
-wire hanger or fondue prong

Now that you are ready, watch the video!



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4 Responses to “Urban Camping Guide: How to Roast Marshmallows

  • 1
    Rich
    September 15th, 2008 07:55

    If you have a variable speed drill. Chuck your marshmallow prong and run it slowly. You will have the most perfect, evenly roasted marshmallows.

  • 2
    GG (Gossip Girl)
    September 15th, 2008 08:41

    Funny, but must be the perfect tool guy adaptation!

  • 3
    Charlie archer
    December 13th, 2008 19:34

    I have been fishing big bear lake for about 10 years ,and have seen&cought some nice size bows.I also like to know where I can camp at and not cost me alot.
    I am retired old man and like to come up to your town
    too relax and do some fishing , can any one tll me the best place?

  • 4
    GG (Gossip Girl)
    December 14th, 2008 12:07

    Hi Charlie, thanks for stopping by. Camping in the winter is not a great idea but there is a hostel over in Big Bear Lake. I think the rates are a bit high (this time of year I checked an they were asking $100 per night)! Plus, you can find some pretty reasonable rentals or hotel rooms midweek for very reasonable rates (50+ dollars per night). Try the hotels.com link for some good deals.