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fondue

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Food, dish
fonduefon‧due /ˈfɒndjuː $ fɑːnˈduː/ noun [countable, uncountable]  DFFa dish made of melted cheese, hot oil, or chocolate into which you put small pieces of bread, meat, fruit etc using a long fork
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fondueLike quartz clocks, aluminium fondue sets, embroidered hankies and whether the neighbours are taking baths too late at night.A farmer's buffet and fondue evening replace two evening meals during the week.There are also bowling evenings and fondue evenings, and in addition there will be a programme organised by our rep in Kaprun.He had promised to cook his hostess a speciality of his - beef fondue.Best value is the cheese fondue, and the chef is proud of his Wienerschnitzel.Put grated cheese into a 7-inch fondue dish or enamelled iron casserole and melt gently, stirring continuously.Add remaining ingredients and stir until the fondue thickens slightly.
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