The Everything Fondue Party Book (Paperback) by Hulin, Belinda
Paperback; Published 9/15/2006; 288 Pages; ISBN 9781593377021
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Do you remember fondue? It's back, and sweeping the nation with its tasty dishes and easy display! Recapturing the glam from fondue's 1970's heyday, The Everything Fondue Party Book is ideal for your entertaining needs!
Written by food expert Belinda Hulin, The Everything Fondue Party Book takes you from planning what kind of party you want to what you should serve and even how you should decorate. Fun fondue facts include:
Impress your guests with a fabulous fondue party! Let The Everything Fondue Party Book help you dip into an evening's worth of delicious food, friends, and fondue!
Fondue recipes can sometimes be difficult to find. My sister-in-law just got married and they LOVE to fondue! I figured this would be fun for a young couple. They were thrilled and cannot wait to host one of the parties. Just a side-note...it's a themed party book, not a book full of fondue recipes. It will give you one fondue recipe per party theme, as well as fun sides or other dishes that would complement the evening. It's fun to flip through!
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Remember that when melting chocolate for a chocolate fondue, never add water! Adding water to chocolate causes it to "seize"- meaning the cocoa particles separate from the cocoa butter, causing it to become grainy and unusable. Instead, use a few tablespoons of cream to melt chocolate- and make sure to gently warm the cream before adding it to the melting chocolate.