During a fair in middle school, we were grouped into five and were asked to think of the best thing to sell during fair.
Our group was a little lame. We decided to make new candles out of used ones. I didn’t know what we’re thinking—what kind of student would buy candles? Of course they would go for food or more interesting, youthful things. It wasn’t a surprise that we’re one of the groups who didn’t sell much that time.
But that’s not what my story is all about. It’s about that wonderful smell that suddenly wafted all throughout the fair venue. It truly smelled heavenly, like butter and caramel and warmth. Everyone was enticed, I tell you. They, including us, all left our posts just to see where the smell was coming from. It turned out it was from a group from another class. They baked rice crispies for the fair.
Unfortunately, it turned out that the smell was far too better than the taste. Well, the taste was good, but the baked rice crispies were difficult to chew on. They only tasted best while hot. The group still managed to snatch the most popular booth award. But I was glad our group wasn’t the one behind the rumors the next day.
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Quick Tip: Light and clear corn syrup is a good alternative to honey.