[FHCx102] National Cheese Fondue Day

Is cheese better than chocolate?


Fondue’s origins are not surprising. Every culture in their right mind discovered cheese at some point, and every smart culture decided that melting cheese would be a good idea, too. Most commonly known is the Swiss fondue but we can’t leave out the awesome contributions of Italy and France to this communal cheese dish’s identity.

Then a bunch of other people came around and made all sorts of other things fondue’d. Like that time we did chocolate!¬†And just like Chocolate Fondue Day, we made this one at home.

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A nice sourdough loaf to scoop up da cheez.

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A mix of Swiss and Gruyere cheeses. Goopy!

There you have it! We didn’t make it out to the Melting Pot, but supposedly they’re giving out free cheese fondue all week if you sign up for their rewards program. Free plug for a place we didn’t even go? What has SPAK become?!

Tomorrow is National Grilled Cheese Day and National Licorice Day!


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