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  • I enjoy this sleek design as it makes it very sophisticated and attractive in any setting, both living room and dining room
  • Although fondue does not seem extremely complicated to make, there are many little tips and ideas that you would not think of, but make your dinner all the more interesting and flavorful


    • by Agoobacha
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      Recently we received the Oster 3 Quart Fondue pot as a housewarming gift from my boyfriend’s parents. We have always wanted a fondue pot as we are huge fans of anything you can melt and dip things into, but we could never really justify the expense for something we would only do once in a while or when company was visiting. Our finances are tied up, however his parents heard of our secret wish, and picked on up for us at Target.

      This is a great fondue pot. It is just the right size for a party of eight or less, featuring eight spearing sticks and eight holding indents in the pot for the sticks. Although it holds a great deal


      of matter, the pot is not too big and fits comfortably on our small coffee table as a great centerpiece.

      What is great about this product is that it takes safety into consideration. As it is a fairly large object that will obviously be around numerous people with a good amount of boiling hot liquid, the plug was designed with all this in mind, it is magnetic so in case of any kind of pulling, even a light tug, it will unplug instead of catapulting the entire pot on the floor or onto some poor unsuspecting klutz that stepped on the cord.

      The design of the pot is very nice and simple, it is minimal with absolutely no frills or ...


      • anything spectacular, but the sticks do have a nice dip of color at the very tip, making it just slightly more festive. I enjoy this sleek design as it makes it very sophisticated and attractive in any setting, both living room and dining room.

        For our first fondue meal, we made a chocolate dessert fondue and found it to be exquisite. Even on the low setting, the chocolate melted within minutes, all the while avoiding any dangerous scalding. Although the chocolate was also not as hot as we would have liked, it is possible to increase the level of heat because the dial has a wide variety ranging from 200-450 degrees, giving a nice range to work with.

        The

        pot comes with a handy little booklet of recipes. Although fondue does not seem extremely complicated to make, there are many little tips and ideas that you would not think of, but make your dinner all the more interesting and flavorful. For example, I would not think to put anything other than chocolate and maybe a bit of milk into our dessert fondue, however the recipe recommended marshmallows and whipped cream, which made the consistency very rich and much more smooth than chocolate alone would have been. Similarly there are many different ways of melting cheese that you simply would not expect. I cannot wait to try out more of these wonderful recipes in our new and very versatile fondue pot.




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