By Lenny Rice, Brigid Callinan
No matter if it's the 1st direction or the whole menu, fondue is definitely the right get together foodstuff or informal corporation dinner: it offers an rapid topic; the little prep wanted is finished good upfront; and it's certain to create a leisurely, comfortable surroundings. From Northern California's wine and cheese nation comes Cowgirl Creamery's head cheesemonger Lenny Rice and culinary teacher Brigid Callinan with a suite of 50 fondue recipes combining the thrill of the seventies craze with the advanced tastes of eu tradition-all in a single fondue pot. You'll locate recipes for tried-and-true classics made with conventional in addition to artisanal cheeses, novel spin-offs on favourite flavors like pizza and French onion soup, and chocolate and caramel muffins that may maintain the tea lighting fixtures burning lengthy and vibrant. and will a melted pound of cheese or chocolate no longer be cause sufficient, you'll additionally locate deliciously artistic accompaniment and beverage pairing feedback bound to encourage a go back to blessedly basic and actual fondue.
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