If you know me well, you might know that I tend to go through phases. For a period of time, I get hooked on a certain food, drink, etc. and cannot get enough of it. This period of time comes to an end, and soon the next phase begins. Always been like this, ever since I was a kid and got myself hooked on mustard for a while. Oh, good times…
So, what’s my most recent phase, you might be wondering? Well, I’m glad you asked, because this is the topic of my post today. Lately, I have become quite hooked on fondue, and not just any fondue, but chocolate fondue. Yummy! I cut up fruits, melt some milk chocolate, and I have myself a super delicious snack! Sometimes, I even add marshmallows into the mix! Oh, what a fun thing to do. Quite the versatile activity as well, can be done alone or in groups. But, very important to talk about, are the unwritten rules of doing a fondue in a group setting. Thus, I decided to make them not so ‘unwritten’. Here it comes, folks..
Couldn't help but share that picture, as this post was inspired by the wonderful Kitty Forman!
The Zoey-valuated List of FonDue’s and Dont’s
enjoy your snack
share all the food equally among all guests
minimize the dripping when bringing your piece of food towards your plate
keep you area as clean as possible
have multiple pieces of food on your plate to avoid a lot of reaching
keep stirring the chocolate/broth/oil, etc. in the pot to maintain the melted state
share the cleaning up tasks
intentionally steal someone else’s piece of food from the fondue bowl… finders keepers rule does not apply here
double dip your fork into the shared pot
participate if you’re sick
put the dipping fork directly in your mouth
leave your piece of food in the pot if accidentally dropped
Hope you found these tips useful!