What do I do?

  1. Ok, this may sound really dumb, my grandmother just randomly gave me a fondue set on valentines day, however, I don't really like chocolate, so what else can I do with it?
  2. Maybe I didnt word this well. What types of fondue, other than chocolate, can I do?
  3. Cheese.
  4. ^^^ hey that sounds good. Thanks. What kind of cheese? Sry, I'm not really much of a cook
  5. Im not sure, google it.
  6. Ah, fondue! I well remember my family gathering around the fondue pot with our little skewers, my sister and I squabbling over who got which one--the pig, the cow, the kitty-cat! This was back in the '70s, BTW.

    You can put oil in the fondue pot and flash-fry all kinds of meats, you know. Serve with your choice of dipping sauces.
  7. Yes, cheese......
  8. yummy......cheese
  9. an easy recipe would be to use the 4 cheeses used in most "4 cheese" sauces...

    I'd reccomend french comte, emmendal, cheddar, and towards the end throw some parmigiano reggiano in there... Yummy!!!!!!
  10. ^ yummm

    your best bet would be to google it for recpies..

    but in general cheese is good.. chococlate.. and then of course boling ooil and everyoen cooks thier own meat and u have sauces and stuff to dip the meat in tooo...

    oo gtting hungry just thnking abou tit
  11. Yummy cheese...with little cut up bread or veggies.
  12. You can buy "ready made"fondue and it is great! Look in the gourmet cheese section of your market. It comes in a flat type box - just can't think of the name. Around $5-$6 .
  13. What?? OMG - chocolate is a food group in our house!