I try to focus on the talk, which has turned to our interview costumes, when a girl sets a gorgeous-looking cake on the table and deftly lights it. It blazes up and then flames flicker around the edges a while until it finally goes out. I have a moment of doubt. “What makes it burn? Is it alcohol?” I say, looking up at the girl. “That’s the last thing I wa- oh! I know you!”
The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins, Katniss, p 77
I can’t decide how I feel about these. They taste just like Cheese Its. They have a bit more kick, but that’s adjustable. I just can’t decide if the effort to make them is worth the pay off? My coworker thought so, she ate half my batch and asked for the recipe.
Minnesota winters require warm soups that put a little meat on your bones. And this recipe will definitely provide that. It sounds hilarious when it is boiling. It is so thick, the bubbles sound like mini geysers. I was worried when I heard the first one that something had went really wrong.
These are delicious. However, the presentation needs a little work. I don’t have a biscuit cutter. I am working on that. I used a mason jar to cut them instead. The mason jar was wider than 2 inches, so I had less biscuits than the recipe.
The recipe says to put one layer biscuit, next marshmallows and then another layer of biscuit. Let’s just say that did not work out so well.