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[…] How to Host a Fondue Party […]

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[…] I have been making this roasted Italian broccoli recipe for years as part of our annual fondue party. […]

LM
LM
5 months ago

Hello!

I am looking for your recipe for the smoked cauliflower and the italian steamed broccoli.

Thank you!

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jahawley61
8 months ago

This may sound like a silly question, but my son has hosted a couple fondue nights and while it’s really tasty, I don’t know how you get the cheese or chocolate to everyone. There were 8 of us and impossible to sit everyone close enough to reach while seating. How do you do it?

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[…] How to Host a Fondue Party […]

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[…] How to Host a Fondue Party […]

Des
Des
11 months ago

I’ve never hosted a fondue party before but have always wanted to. Thank you for the tips on how to make it perfect!

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kim@shiplapandshells
kim@shiplapandshells
11 months ago

I seriously can’t decide if I like the chocolate or the cheese better! Loved this so much. I really want to host a party next year!

this dear casa
11 months ago

I’ve always wanted to host a fondue party! Yum!! Love the kid-free time and all the stations you set up.

this dear casa
11 months ago

What a fun tradition! My husband was friends with a guy growing up who loved his family’s fondue parties so much, he started to do them for his birthdays once he became an adult. The events were cozy and fun. I always thought it would be fun to try to host a fondue party!

this dear casa
11 months ago
Reply to  Hammers N Hugs

His birthdays were always my favorite. I accidentally submitted 2 comments because I didn’t see the first ha ha ?

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[…] shared an example of this in my post “How to Host a Fondue Party” and showed you my Master Sheet for the annual event.  Anything I do on a reoccurring basis that […]

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[…] been a staple of our annual Christmas fondue party every year for the past 6 years.  (Check out “How to Host a Fondue Party” here!!)  The secret to every bite being perfectly crispy and roasted?  Small pieces.  A gallon ziplock […]

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[…] been a staple of our annual Christmas fondue party every year for the past 6 years.  (Check out “How to Host a Fondue Party” here!!)  The secret to every bite being perfectly crispy and roasted?  Small pieces.  A gallon ziplock […]

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[…] shared an example of this in my post “How to Host a Fondue Party” and showed you my Master Sheet for the annual […]

Julie Briones
Julie Briones
1 year ago

Love this plan for a fondue party… Are your kids looking for the leftovers now, too? 😉