Friday, October 30, 2009

Seeking fondue recipies

TheCSO and I are throwing a "Mad Science" themed party tonight. We're going to have lots of fruit, lots of alcohol and a juicer so people can "experiment" and make their own drinks.

We thought it would be fun to have several fondue pots going as well. But a good friend of ours keeps kosher and we're pretty sure she won't be able to eat a cheese fondue if other people have put meat in it, so we're looking for alternatives.

Any suggestions?


fausto said...

You don't put meat in a cheese fondue pot! You put meat in a hot oil fondue pot, to cook it. You put bread in a cheese fondue pot.

Chalicechick said...

Ideally, yes. But I was still concerned that meat from other appetizers would end up in there.

After all, asking ourselves "Can I put cheese on this?" is practically our national pastime.


James said...

Right after "can I deep fry this?"

Anna B said...

Easiest chocolate fondue ever (and all I remember from high school French class):
1 bag semi sweet chocolate chips
1 tsp instant coffee

kimc said...

Could you have a separate "vegetarian" or "kosher" cheese fondue pot, so that people would be directed to keep meat away from it, but have another to use with meat if they like?
don't forget a chocolate fondue pot with not only fruit but tiny cubes of cream cheese to dip in it. It works with white chocolate too.

L said...

I don't know, it seems like people wouldn't be that interested in putting raw meat in the cheese pot.

Or how about a sign that says "Please no meat in the cheese pot"?