French for “melt.” Fondue typically refers to a sweet or savory sauce that has been warmed in either a fondue pot or other vessel that is served communal-style with fresh fruit, crudité, cake, or French bread placed on skewers for dipping. Cheese fondue consists of melted cheese, seasonings, and often wine or liqueur. Chocolate fondue is melted chocolate and cream, and sometimes liqueur. Fondue bourguigonne is a variation wherein cubes of beef are cooked in a pot of hot oil and used to dip into other sauces.
We spent a lot of time this year with our noses in cookbooks. And we’ve assembled our top picks—in a baker’s dozen—for gift giving this season. We have a selection here to excite just about anyone to get into the kitchen and start baking. So, read on to find the right book to suit … Continue reading →
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