Date: Wed, 29 Mar 1995 09:52:12 -0800

From: David Harnick-Shapiro david[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]BUCKAROO.ICS.UCI.EDU

Subject: Re: ADS-L: Thanks very much for the help with 'smores' ...

On Tue, 28 Mar 1995 22:44, John Hopkins writes:

Not only do I now have working definitions (for everything except the

Chinese chicken salad, in any case) ...

Lettuce (often shredded), chopped or shredded veggies (carrots,

green onions, etc.), rice noodles and/or fried wonton, soy-based

dressing. Oh, and morsels of cold chicken. Granted, not as

tasty as a S'more, but I find it interesting that *no one* had

any comments on this item. It's not that California-specific,

is it?

BTW, not only can you make S'mores in a microwave, you can even

buy them pre-assembled (Keebler?): zip open the plastic wrapper,

pop it on a plate, and zap it. They are, not surprisingly, horrible.

(The homemade zapped ones are not very good, either -- the marshmallow

does not respond happily to microwaving.) There is now a S'more-

flavoured Pop-Tart, and, if memory serves, there is also a S'mores

breakfast cereal.


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