Food of the Seventies, Fondue

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Cheese melted in a pot, that was kept warm over a flame...Used bread to dip into melted cheese pots. Hot 70's dish.
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Faith H. - May 26, 2009 - Report this comment
Fondue is THE best food in the entire world! And it's VERY easy to make even now! I did it by putting cheese in a chocolate fountain and it was awesome! If you've never eaten it, try some fondue today.
Chomper01 - August 28, 2013 - Report this comment
Cheese Fondue is basically white cheese flavored with the taste of white wine, and cooked in a fondue pot. It's very popular in Switzerland, France, and the United States. There are many recipes with different variations of Fondue; such as the classic cheese and wine kind, and the chocolate kind. ^_^
JSL - October 17, 2016 - Report this comment
you can buy fondue pots and make this yourself at home its great for entertaining or when you want to do something different with your kids. (single father of 5 raising on my own).
Rob Lambert - June 01, 2017 - Report this comment
Earlier fondue cookware was by LeCreuse out of France (1971). When the trend caught on in America, companies like West Bend, Trudeau and Sunbeam were cranking out different variants (pots, forks, etc) by 1974. Fondue cooking is still fairly popular today...but oh, does it burn time (without burning the food).

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