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Old 12-11-2018, 09:46 AM   #1
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For a reasonable price?

I would like to serve some sort of fondue on Christmas Eve. I might borrow from my mom except that I think we'd use it regularly
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Old 12-11-2018, 10:09 AM   #2
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Default Re: Mini crockpot or fondue set?

Check thrift stores! That's the kind of thing people get rid of when they realize they don't use it. I see mini crock pots all the time at goodwill.

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Or ask your dh to check facebook yard sale if you don't have time to thrift.

But I bet Wal-Mart and Kohl's will also have them on sale.
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Oh I wish you lived close I would give you mine!

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I can always find mini crockpitsat good will

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I also normally see fondue setsthere as well. That is where mine is likely going In thenextfew weeks.

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I would like to serve some sort of fondue on Christmas Eve. I might borrow from my mom except that I think we'd use it regularly
we use our fondue pot a few times a year. My son always declares it's his BEST meal - every time. typically we do it Christmas or New Year's Eve, maybe for Valentine's day & once or twice in the fall. Mostly cheese but little man wants to try all the ways. I think I'd go with the fondue pot. Ours is electric.
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we use our fondue pot a few times a year. My son always declares it's his BEST meal - every time. typically we do it Christmas or New Year's Eve, maybe for Valentine's day & once or twice in the fall. Mostly cheese but little man wants to try all the ways. I think I'd go with the fondue pot. Ours is electric.
I am going to thrift so I will look for all my options. Holiday fondue sounds so good!!!!!
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Old 12-13-2018, 11:34 PM   #6
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I got 2 crockpots for $5.
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We LOVE fondue. We hardly ever do it, though. Dh and I had fondue in the Swiss Alps, very happy memory. I need to make a point to have it this winter. Maybe for one of those nights between Christmas and New Year's.

If anyone is dairy free, chinoise fondue doesn't use cheese. https://www.helvetickitchen.com/reci...ondue-chinoise
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Iím putting it on my teens to handle recipes and a plan
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