How to Build a Rotating Three-Marshmallow Toaster

Tens of thousands of years ago, shortly after our primitive ancestors discovered fire and invented means to start it, they began toasting marshmallows. This was the first and, as history would prove, greatest application of the use of fire.

Yet since those ancient times, humanity has struggled to toast marshmallows properly. Long has the human race been burdened with the onerous task of toasting them evenly. Now technology has finally advanced to the point in which the toasting process need not be so laborious. Thanks to Instructables member Glass Giant, we have a machine that can do the job easily.

His marshmallow toaster operates manually (and thus remains usable in the event of an EMP attack). The gearing system rotates all three spits at the same speed, ensuring a consistent roasting. Excellent work, Glass Giant.


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