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Group fondue parties are plenty of fun

March 12, 1999

Pat Edwards of Waynesboro, Pa., wrote about a fun "quadruple date."

On a recent Saturday evening, Pat Edwards, her husband, Steve, and three other couples of good friends drove a little more than an hour to Rockville, Md., to a fondue restaurant called The Melting Pot. She recommends the experience. Go with people whose company you enjoy.

For the uninitiated, fondue is sort of a dipping dish - almost anything is possible. Pieces of meat or fish or shrimp are cooked by dipping them in pots of heated oil. Edwards and her friends also dipped bread and veggies into three different kinds of cheese.

There also is dessert fondue. "The chocolate was the best," Edwards says. She and her husband tried the "flaming turtle" - chocolate, carmel and pecans. Friends tried the s'mores.

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It took them about three hours to get through all the courses, plenty of time for good conversation. They had a lot of "fon doing" it.




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