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Fondue

By Bob Simmons,Coleen Simmons
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  • Publisher : WeldonOwn+ORM
  • Isbn : 9781681882086
  • Pages : 112
  • Category : Cooking
  • Reads : 839
  • File Pdf: fondue.pdf

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Over forty gorgeous photos and forty tempting recipes, from creamy cheese dips and decadent sweet fondues, to savory oil and broth pots. What’s not to love about that classic pairing of crusty bread dipped in a medley of melted cheeses or fresh strawberries swirled in warm, creamy chocolate? Fondue is not only a delicious and satisfying way to eat, it’s also a festive way to host company, celebrate a special occasion, or get cozy on a wintry night. The recipes in this book offer a range of fondue fare—from hearty favorites like Classic Swiss Fondue and Beef Fondue with Creamy Horseradish Sauce, to broth-based fondues like Shabu-Shabu and other Asian hot pots, which are enjoyed in stages and are ideal for dinner parties. There are also a variety of dessert fondues to satisfy any sweet tooth. You can add flair to this quick party dish with recipes for homemade dippers, or keep it simple with store-bought treats. No matter what the occasion, the recipes inside this beautifully photographed book are sure to inspire lively conversation and a great time.

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