How to Throw a Fondue Party?


I love throwing fondue parties! It's good to have at least pot for each course, so that you don't have to clean pots between courses. The cheese should be served first, then a side salad. Next comes your meat and vegetables. You serve the chocolate at the end! Make sure you have enough dippers for everyone to have plenty! For more information look here: Fondue Party Tips;
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How to Throw a Fondue Party
Fondue parties were a social staple of the '70s and are still a good way to spend an evening with friends today. Gather a small group together to enjoy some decadent dinner and dessert fondue and conversation. Put together a party that everyone will... More »
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