Here’s to a jolly holiday season! Join us in having a real cheese fondue for the holidays! If you want my dad’s family fondue recipe, head over to Print magazine.
♫•*¨*•.¸¸ merry xmas ¸¸.•*¨*•♫
Feliz navidad from spain, and a happy new year. Thanks for your blog.
What a coincidence, just had some delicious fondue last night ;-)
Merry Christmas from Bellwald, Swizerland!
I am Swiss and I can tell you that I have ever seen in my life people eat a real Swiss fondue with vegetables! only a few pickles and onion bread! occasionally potatoes!
Where hare you leave in switzerland?
excuse my anglish…
Joyeux Noël!!! et belle fêtes…
I’m Swiss and had it only once by my late aunt.. Now that I have a real swiss recipe in my hand I have no excuse not to make it. Just need a dish now..
Funny thing, it’s such a wintery dish and you talk about how you make it a lot during this season but in the photo you look very summery!! :))
I’m Swiss have some relatives who work in cheese-related bussinesses (restaurants, grocerie-stores etc.) and i’ve never heard of anyone making a Cheese-fondue with anything else than bread and maybe pickles… Can’t imagine it being that good but i might give it a shot. But I think it’s interesting enough to experiment with different cheese than adding… vegetables.
But hey, whatever floats your boat – have a nice new your
Liebi grüäss usem Basuland
Aw, my dad made us all fondue Christmas night too. It’s our third year, which makes it our new Christmas tradition. Wonderful!
Fondue with vegetables? No way! You gona end up with raw vegetables covered in cheese.
Bread, pickles, maybe pears (really soft ones) and small pieces of pineapple. A lot of it depends on Family tradition or personal taste e.g dunking the bread in Kirsch before putting it into the cheese. Merry Xmas and a Happy New Year.
Veggies are great and bread is ok but have you tried cutting up sausage links to dip. Kids love them the most. But I love getting shrimp myself. I just don’t get why people don’t like it. I prefer for convenience to buy the already mixed and just drop it in.
I also refer people to the wikipedia article about fondue history and traditions. But I think some has been deleted since I last looked at it.
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