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fondant

(of a colour) soft; pastel
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fondant

[′fän·dənt]
(electromagnetism)
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1 Light a tealight under a chocolate fondue pot to warm it for a few minutes.
The classic Gruyere fondue is accompanied by a selection of breads and condiments and last week general manager Pasquale Baiguera and his wife, Claire, invited ambassadors and dignitaries, including the Swiss honorary council general to Bahrain Humbert Buemi and his wife, Sylvia, along with members of the media, for a taste-testing session.
Back in dreich Glasgow, I made the fondue using Scottish ale, two French cheeses and one Swiss.
The chain had long emphasized its fine wines as part of the fondue dining experience in the U.S.
With the brand having more than 140 restaurants globally, the new venue will offer customers an interactive fondue experience featuring cheese fondues, salads, entrees and chocolate fondues.
Still, Glass leans toward the old favorites - dried fruits, apricots, bananas - which for a chocolate lover really draws a line on the fondue tray.
When the fondue is ready, gather everyone around the pot with individual forks.
The first thing you notice when you walk into The Fondue Pot is that you are in a one-of-a-kind place.
The Melting Pot Restaurants, one of the world's premier fondue restaurant franchise, has announced plans to bring its unique dining experience to eight countries in the Middle East through a franchise deal with Hospitality Concepts and Solutions (HCS).
The other thing I've noticed is that there seems to be lots of themed dinner parties and, in particular, retro nights, which brings me perfectly on to today's recipe, something that I've seen featured on the show a few times – cheese fondue.
Today, two cheese-based Swiss dishes, Raclette and fondue, have become very popular worldwide.