Good food loves Spring.
The art of tabletop cooking.
Fondue is back in vogue! An easy and inexpensive dish to serve at a casual lunch or dinner party.
A fondue of meat, cheese or chocolate is the easiest and quickest way to be surrounded by friends in a cheerful atmosphere.
Pots for cheese fondue are usually made of glazed earthenware. These pots are thick, heavy and shallow, and their slow transmission of heat helps prevent the cheese from burning.
Pots for meat fondues are usually made of stainless steel, copper or cast iron and are larger than cheese fondue pots.The metal transmits heat quickly and helps keep the liquid, usually stock or oil, at a high temperature.Fondue lovers get to cook their own meat or fish at the tables as they like it, in a pan of hot oil or stock.