The basic concept and design of this Swissmar fondue set shares many similarities with other traditional style fondue pots such as the Le Creuset model. In some respects it is a more budget friendly version of that same item but to compare them on the basis of
Contrary to popular belief, rather than being a rustic mountain dish, fondue actually originated in the low lying, French speaking part of Switzerland. In fact, the word “fondue” derives from a French word meaning “to melt”. So, perhaps it’s not surprising that a French company such as
This unit combines the best of traditional style sets with the convenience of an electric fondue pot. The intelligent design offers great versatility in a compact, user friendly package. Furthermore, the smooth lines of the mirror finish stainless steel base and pot make the Trudeau fondue set
Although Identical in pot size and similar in design and price to the Cuisinart CFO-3SS, the styling of this Rival fondue pot is somewhat less refined. It would seem there is a greater emphasis here on functionally rather than aesthetic considerations but the brushed stainless steel housing
Cuisinart have developed a solid reputation for producing a range of inexpensive, easy to use, and reliable kitchen appliances and their fondue makers are no exception. They also provide customers with lots of helpful tips and advice on how to get the most out of their products.