It's that time of year again when families pack up their hiking shoes, tents and sleeping bags to venture into the great outdoors. Camping season is upon us, encouraging friends and families to huddle around campfires. Whether your gathering is at a campsite, on the beach or in your own backyard, there are a few things that everyone considers campfire traditions. My hands-down favourite has to be the beloved s'more! Sure, the roasted weenies are great too and the ghost stories are always fascinating, but if there is no promise of s'mores I'd rather be indoors. A s'more is a supersweet treat that sandwiches a toasted marshmallow and chocolate between two graham crackers. Simple to make, sinful to eat. The notion behind the name is that the gooey sweetness is so addictive you can't help but want "some more." I have assembled some ideas to create a twist on the classic chocolate and graham cracker version. The roasted marshmallow remains the same and the other components are interchangeable. To make your own s'mores smorgasbord... Master the toasted marshmallow. Work with one marshmallow at a time. Use a clean hard wooden stick (avoid evergreens and resinous trees), a roasting fork or even a non-coated metal hanger that's been unwound. Insert your stick through the marshmallow. Rotate the marshmallow over your heat source (campfire, coals, gas burner or fireplace), but not over open flame as the marshmallow will catch fire and blacken quickly. You'll get a better roast toward the lower part of the heat source.Allow to cool 30 seconds or more to avoid burning.How can a campfire be complete with this yummy treat? How do you change up your s'mores?