How to Calmly, Casually Roast Marshmallows Over an Active Volcano


If you weren’t feeling the guns-and-ammunition component of that opening Champagne with a sniper rifle tutorial, here’s an equally cavalier way of toasting marshmallows, done crater-side adjacent to an 1,100-degree lava lake on the Pacific island of Ambrym by volcano expert Simon Turner. You’ll have to watch out for stuff like shooting fireballs that, for instance, claimed the group’s previous camera equipment, and you should pack a cold beer or two. A thick pair of sandals like Turner’s are probably also a plus.

[Caters TV/YouTube via Daily Mail UK]