If there is one thing that I have served at gatherings that is always a hit - it is this chocolate fondue! The recipe is simple and it is really such a crowd pleaser. I received this fondue pot as a wedding gift and I've used it so so many times for various recipes - but chocolate fondue is by far the favorite. Fondue can also be made in a saucepan and served warm in a dish if you don't have a fondue pot. Fondue At Home One of my fondest memories is visiting a fondue restaurant with . . .
Traditionally fondue is cheese - but it has evolved into other dishes that consist of dippers dipped into a communal pot. Today we are doing a main dish fondue - sometimes called fondue bourguignonne. This dish consists of a hot oil or broth and you dip thin slices of meat or veggies. Broth Fondue Broth Fondue is such a fun main dish. I was first introduced to this broth fondue at a restaurant. We piled all of our veggies into the pot and pulled them out as they were done. Cooking . . .
You guys - Valentine's Day is right around the corner! So, I thought this week I would share one of my favorite at home Valentine's Day meals. Fondue! If you've ever been to a fondue restaurant they start you off with a cheese fondue. So this week this we are following suit and starting off with cheese fondue. Who doesn't love warm melty cheese with lots of dippers? This cheese is simple and flavorful - made with two varieties of cheddar and a dash of worchestershire sauce. Simple . . .
By golly, as serendipity would have it, fate would not allow these heart lasagna roll-ups to post yesterday. Its as if, Valentine's Day (not V-day eve) and the Lasagna's were MFEO, only to meet on the day of luuuurve. Due to a very tired, over worked broken down computer I could not get on to post this post. THEN, despite using different computers our server crashed... proving, it just wasn't destiny. So, Today, on Valentine's day, they finally meet, and its true love at first sight. right? SOO . . .