NATIONAL FUN WITH FONDUE MONTH
National Fun with Fondue Month in November directs you to do just that. Find a recipe and get dipping! There’s a variety for every appetite.
Fondue derives its name from the French word “fondre” which means “to melt.” Three types of fondue have developed over the years and each has flavor profile all its own.
Cheese – The oldest fondue style and believed to have been developed by the Swiss, cheese is versatile. Blend a variety of cheese choices with white wine and dip vegetables, meat, and pieces of bread to have a complete fondue experience.
Oil – While the French originally developed this savory fondue option for steak, we are only limited by our imagination. Add seasonings, dipping sauces and your choice of protein and the fondue celebration begins!
Chocolate – When the United States discovered fondue, they added dessert. Dip fruit, pretzels, or cake bites. There’s really no limit to what we will fondue.
HOW TO OBSERVE
Enjoy the following fondue recipes.
Chocolate Orange Fondue
Chocolate Fondue L’Afrique
Creamy Veggie Fondue
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