Finally Forever Fondue....

If you've been coming here for some time you'll know there's been one major thing I have been wanting for my kitchen and it's a fondue set. I've been picky about finding a set because it would be on display in my kitchen. In the search for a great one, I've even had many of my vintage loving friends keeping and eye out for me.

Good thing I have such great vintage loving friends on the lookout, because it was my dear Celia of Kittys Vintage Kitsch who saw this beauty being sold by someone else who alerted me.  Perfect for me in every way and colour that I wanted, I'm thrilled to have my forever fondue pot.


Let the fondue parties begin I say!

Of course since buying this beauty, other "perfect" fondue pots I'd love to own have popped up here, there and everywhere. I'm very tempted to start another collection. There's nothing wrong with that at all is there?

What say you? Do you fondue? Do you have any fabulous fondue recipes I really must try?

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My Vintage Childhood: Finally Forever Fondue....

Sunday, October 19, 2014

Finally Forever Fondue....

If you've been coming here for some time you'll know there's been one major thing I have been wanting for my kitchen and it's a fondue set. I've been picky about finding a set because it would be on display in my kitchen. In the search for a great one, I've even had many of my vintage loving friends keeping and eye out for me.

Good thing I have such great vintage loving friends on the lookout, because it was my dear Celia of Kittys Vintage Kitsch who saw this beauty being sold by someone else who alerted me.  Perfect for me in every way and colour that I wanted, I'm thrilled to have my forever fondue pot.


Let the fondue parties begin I say!

Of course since buying this beauty, other "perfect" fondue pots I'd love to own have popped up here, there and everywhere. I'm very tempted to start another collection. There's nothing wrong with that at all is there?

What say you? Do you fondue? Do you have any fabulous fondue recipes I really must try?

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4 Comments:

At October 19, 2014 at 8:00 PM , Blogger Vix said...

That's a cute pan! I think I've only had fondue once, as a bit of a jokey thing at a mate's house, an Abigail's Party theme. Is it still something you Aussies eat regularly? x

 
At October 19, 2014 at 9:09 PM , Blogger Linda said...

Have fun with the fondue pot! My husband loves his cheese, but hates fonduing or gourmetting or any kind of cook it yourself meal. I gave all our fondue pots to the thrift shops! Yours looks like one my MIL had back in the 1970's. Enjoy! Linda@Wetcreek Blog

 
At October 20, 2014 at 9:28 PM , Blogger Curtise said...

Like Vix, I have only ever had fondue once before. I see sets in charity shops quite often, although I resist buying them, because I know I'd never use them. Yours is very pretty though! xxx

 
At October 22, 2014 at 2:12 PM , Blogger Vintage Bird Girl said...

Well done on a gorgeous fondue set! I'm glad you held out for one you really love. I haven't used ours yet, I do like the idea of it and hope we will one day. Xx

 

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