Here’s an easy and fun way to entertain this fall! Create a S’more Bar that transports nicely to the fire pit! We love love love spending chilly evenings around our fire pit, wrapped up in cozy blankets… toasting marshmallows and eating S’mores. I am crazy about burnt marshmallows. So while family and friends are gently toasting and roasting their’s I’m creating marshmallow fireballs! Oh so yummy! Grab a long stick and marshmallow and join me at the fire pit!
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Here’s a view from our fire pit. The farmer just harvested the soybean field. Our views are always changing with each season!
I set up a S’more bar on the sitting wall by our fire pit. I used big glass jars to hold the marshmallows and the graham crackers. I slid them into these soft grainsack-like baskets. They fit like they were made for each other.
When it comes to making the best S’mores I found that 2 mini chocolates work better than a half a chocolate candy bar. How about a Mr. Goodbar S’more? Sounds yummy!
My favorite S’more has 2 Dove milk chocolates, 1 jumbo marshmallow and of course graham crackers! I didn’t burn the marshmallow as much as I normally would… it would not make a very pretty picture!
Don’t you love these sweet dishes? The red and white check as well as the blanket stitch stole my heart!!!! Perfect for a cozy fall setting!
The dishes in this post came from Heritage Lace. Sadly they do not carry them anymore.
And while I’m showing off the red and white checks… look at what I am serving hot chocolate in! So precious!!!! I tied a red and burnt orange napkin around the handle just for fun!
Marshmallows are on sticks and ready to toast!!!
I used a soft burlap storage basket to hold apples from our tree.
I’ve come to appreciate a few imperfections on my apples! There is nothing like a juicy organic apple right off the tree.
When Bobby get’s home we will have dinner out here by a roaring fire! Then we will chat and have a S’more or two… and maybe an apple.
Did you know that pinecones make fabulous fire starters? I’ll show you how to make some next week. They are so pretty and they make wonderful gifts! I’m already thinking HOLIDAYS!
I put a soft basket of pinecones close at hand!
I originally wanted to put Adirondack chairs around the fire pit. They are sooooo romantic! However, not very practical! Director’s chairs work much better. Look at this sweet bear pillow!
And here’s the buck…
They are filled with polyester so they work great outdoors!
If you are in my neck of the woods and see us at the fire pit come on and join us for a S’more… or two!
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