Fondue meets raclette: Cheese party!

The Wimmeley Raclette Party Grill with Fondue Pot combines two traditional party appliances into one unit.

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Cheese goes well with cheese. Few other food groups can claim that to the extent that cheese can. Besides crackers or bread, nothing seems to go quite as well with cheese other than more cheese. With such a wide variety of cheeses available it's possible to have a cheese-based meal, while still experiencing an exciting depth of flavors. From hot-and-gooey to the strong-and-smelly, cheese is easy to get carried away with.

For those who appreciate an overabundance of cheese in their meals, check out this Wimmeley Raclette Party Grill with Fondue Pot. The spirit of the cheese course is present in this combination appliance. One part fondue, one part broiler, and one part tabletop grill, this appliance is all fun (assuming you like cheese). While the grill can be used to cook meats, vegetables, or bread for dipping, the eight pans can be filled by party guests to accommodate their tastes. While the inclusion of a fondue pot means you don't have to use the raclette pans to melt cheese, traditionally that is their purpose.

Peanut butter and jelly. Eggs and bacon. Turkey and cranberries. Some foods just go together, creating perfect a combination. Cheese and more cheese definitely qualifies. Given this party grill's spacious area (approximately 9.2 inches by 23.5 inches by 5.2 inches), your guests will have plenty of opportunity to enjoy cheese any way they like it.

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    Brian is the author of the culinary based novel Stealing Food Road. A lifelong Californian, he has been consistently exposed to some of the best food in the world. With a deep appreciation for the kitchen, he is always on the lookout for that perfect appliance that combines style and grace with the ever-popular ability to save time.

     

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