I wrote about 240sweet artisan marshmallows on Serious Eats the other week. They have an amazing collection of marshmallows (at least a hundred different flavors, rotating seasonally). And they also offer a “marshmallow of the month” club. Just received October’s marshmallows in the mail – three flavors, three giant cubes of each.
…or the Caramel Apple Marshmallows? Bring the napkins. This one is a little sticky (in a good way!) with caramel happily swirled and layered into every cut. Local apple cider and housemade caramel. Clearly not a commercial marshmallow, these bear texture and distinctive body. Let’s save one to top our lattes tomorrow morning.
Most intriguing are the Abbey of Gethsemani Pawpaws. Pawpaws are the only citrus fruit native to the Midwest. Some people call them “hoosier bananas.” Heheh. These pawpaws were picked from trees owned by the Abbey of Gethsemani. Tidy cubes dusted in demerara sugar (aged in bourbon barrels!) Time to eat. Bonne Nuit!