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Watch This Extreme Foodie Casually Roast A Marshmallow Over Volcanic Lava

It has a scorched earth mouthfeel, we're sure.

We already knew New Zealanders were an inventive and thrill-seeking bunch (it is basically the Hobbit universe come to life, after all), but we never expected them to come up with the next insane food trend: volcano-roasted marshmallows. Step aside, cronuts.

From the brilliant crazypeople over at Caters TV, Bradley Ambrose and Simon Turner descended into the Marcum Crater in Ambrym, Vanuatu in order to have a look around the lava lake at its bottom.

But Turner was not satisfied to simply make the trip alone. Oh no — the cheeky fella decided sitting on the banks of a bubbling lava lake was the perfect place to sit back, relax, drink a brew, and prep some marshmallows for s'mores.

Using a tent peg to attach the 'mallow (and keep it far away from both himself and the molten business below), he hung the sweet treat over the heat while Ambrose filmed the whole, 2000+ degree fahrenheit affair.

It's all about that scorched earth mouthfeel. So book your tickets to the erupting volcano nearest you now, foodies!