National Marshmallow Toasting Day
About National Marshmallow Toasting Day
When is National Marshmallow Toasting Day? This event is always observed on August 30
During eleven out of the twelve months of the year, we enjoy a wide range of holidays. When we get to August, there is a major shortage of big holidays to celebrate. Perhaps that is why many Europeans take the month of August off for vacation. It’s just as well that there are no big holidays to compete with National Marshmallow Toasting Day. After all, how could any holiday compare with this August 30 holiday!?
Enjoy today or tonight by a campfire or bonfire with family or friends. Toast a big, soft, sticky, and sweet marshmallow. Eat two or three. Summer would not be the same without a campfire and this great campfire treat. Summer is almost over. So, let’s enjoy it while it is still here. Toast a marshmallow and forget about everything else.
And, don’t forget to make a few S’mores, too.
- Chocolate candy bar
- Honey Graham Crackers
- Break off a square of Graham cracker
- Add a piece of Chocolate.
- Toast a big marshmallow over the campfire.
- Add the hot marshmallow.
- Top it with another graham Cracker.
- Eat, savor and enjoy!
Note: You can make S’mores in the microwave. Just put them together and pop them into the microwave on high for 15 to 20 seconds.
How to Celebrate National Marshmallow Toasting Day
- Gather some wood and get a campfire going.
- Find a few 3- to 4-foot-long branches. Sharpen the end to a point.
- Bring out the marshmallows and 4’Smores ingredients.
- Have some toasted marshmallows cooked over the campfire to your liking.
“I can resist everything except temptation.” – – Oscar Wilde
History and Origin of National Marshmallow Toasting Day
While we all know and enjoy S’mores by the campfire, there is little known about this day, our research has not yet identified the creator, of this day, or when and why it was created.
We are especially curious about the selection of this date to celebrate this holiday. It is on the last day of August. At this point, colleges and many schools are back in session.
Creating an official “National” day requires an Act of Congress or a presidential proclamation. We found no record of this.
Definition of “National” Days – and why it is so important to distinguish and identify true national days.
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