Pancetta

Pancetta

Absolutely one of my top favorite food!! Pancetta is a traditional Italian specialty, used in a similar manner to the way we use bacon.

  • For that special someone who loves the best the world has to offer comes this indulgent treat. These products really are the best of the best and their quality is simply unsurpassed. Included are the following treasures: Vincott... For that special someone who loves the best the world has to offer comes this indulgent treat. These products really are the best of the best and their quality is simply unsurpassed. Included are the following treasures: Vincotto Assortment in Wooden Gift Box: The original Vincotto is produced through the long and gentle boiling of the must from Negroamaro and Malvasia grapes growing in the Province of Lecce. Gift Box features 1.75 fl. oz each of the Original, Lemon, and Balsamic vinegar. (5.25 fl oz.) Panama Boquete: Imported from the province of Chiriqui in Boquete. This buttery, creamy coffee is brought to you in a full city roast to highlight its full body, light acidity, and smooth finish. (12 oz. - Whole Bean) Kusmi Loose Tea: Loose tea by the famous Russian, now Parisian, tea company, Kusmi. All the scents for their teas come from Grasse - the famous French flower center. (4.4 oz.) French Chocolate Fondue by Aux Anysetiers du Roy: This luscious, dark chocolate dessert is an ideal after-dinner delight. (7 oz.) Albereto Unfiltered Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil: Organic, unfiltered extra virgin olive oil made exclusively from frantoio, leccino, & pendolino olives grown on the small Albareto Estate in Tuscany. (16.9 oz.) Truffle Infused Honey from the Yarra Valley: Red Gum & Clover Honey, French black Perigord truffles, and white truffle oil makes the perfect infused honey. Made in Australia. (4.2 oz.) Ah! Some Truffle Collection - 15 Pc.: These hand made Grand Cru Truffles offers an uncommon sampling of the finest single-origin chocolates collected from plantations around the world. (8 oz.) Maine Smoked Sea Salt: Reviving the salt works that once thrived during the American Revolution and the War of 1812, Maine Sea Salt is evaporated and harvested off the Gulf of Maine. In line with tradition, Maine Sea Salt is smoked over a natural fire with constant attention. Cool smoke permeates the salt, providing a mild, unique taste. (6 oz.) Black Truffle Olive Oil: Imported from Italy, this extra virgin olive oil is infused with the deep, earthy flavor of black truffles. (8.4 oz.) Maggie Beer Jam: Jam from the heart of the Barossa Valley in Australia. The thickest, fruitiest jam you can buy! (10.7 oz.) Ortiz Bonito Reserva: Aged White Tuna in Olive Oil: Like a good wine, this premium tuna is kept to age for at least a year in their Spanish cellars after packaging. (7.05 oz.) Rougie Country Pate with Green Peppercorns: Founded in 1875 and based in the medieval town of Sarlat in the beautiful Périgord region of France, Rougié is the world's #1 producer of foie gras and moulard duck specialties. (2.8 oz.) Australian Macadamia Nuts: These premium-quality macadamia nuts have been oven roasted with pure deep-ocean salt from the sparkling blue waters of the Great Australian Bight and delicious macadamia oil. (3.5 oz.) This incomparable collection comes wrapped in a gorgeous treasure chest gift basket, making this the ideal gift for that person who enjoys the finer things in life.

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  • This classic treat is a perfect complement to cheese, desserts, paté, salads, marinades, or straight out of the jar! Noix au Bordeaux is a handmade delicacy using only the highest quality ingredients. There are no additives or ... This classic treat is a perfect complement to cheese, desserts, paté, salads, marinades, or straight out of the jar! Noix au Bordeaux is a handmade delicacy using only the highest quality ingredients. There are no additives or preservatives. The walnuts are blanched three times to remove bitterness and are then caramelized to maintain the crunchy aspect. Next, the mixture is cooked in a full-bodied red wine with orange juice, honey, and spices over low heat; adding flavor and dimension.

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  • This versatile assortment of cheeses has been created to complement both holiday meals and the ensuing days of leftovers. Serve as a cheese course on the day and wow your guests with an exciting and flavorful assortment of fine ch... This versatile assortment of cheeses has been created to complement both holiday meals and the ensuing days of leftovers. Serve as a cheese course on the day and wow your guests with an exciting and flavorful assortment of fine cheeses. You may also want to put some aside, to create new dishes with your leftovers. Sage Derby: Derby is a yellow cheese with a firm texture similar to that of Cheddar. This dairy actually mixes chopped sage leaves into the cheese curd rather than mixing sage powder into the milk like most companies do. This results in a fresher sage flavor, and it is this flavor that lends Sage Derby its charm. (8 oz.) Swiss Emmentaler: Classic Swiss cheese, aged 4 months. Essential in everything, from sandwiches to Fondues. (8 oz.) Blueberry Cinnamon Chevre Log: The tanginess of the chevre combined with the warm sweetness of blueberries and cinnamon creates a unique holiday cheese that could not be more ideal for entertaining throughout the season. (4.55 oz.) Wensleydale with Cranberries: This is a fresh, young cheese taken at only three weeks old. It has a clean, mild, slightly sweet flavor with a honeyed aftertaste. The superb texture of fresh Wensleydale is perfectly complemented by the addition of all natural cranberries of the finest quality. (8 oz.) New England Cranberry Chutney: The pure flavor comes from the cranberries, with raisins, oranges, walnuts and just a touch of cider vinegar. A delicious complement to turkey, chicken, roast lamb and ham. (12 oz.) Water Crackers: Perfect for serving with cheeses, fruit, and spreads when entertaining. (4 oz.)

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  • Be the hit at Halloween with this bright and tasty assortment. Colorful symbols of Halloween that instantly come to mind are black and orange. This assortment fits that bill. All stellar, hearty cheeses. Serve with black crackers ... Be the hit at Halloween with this bright and tasty assortment. Colorful symbols of Halloween that instantly come to mind are black and orange. This assortment fits that bill. All stellar, hearty cheeses. Serve with black crackers to get All Hallows Eve into swing. Mimolette: A semi-hard French cheese that has the same texture and spherical shape as Dutch Edam, but with a natural rind and a bright orange-colored interior. Because of its hue, it is sometimes called the "Halloween Cheese." (8 oz.) Carrot Cheese: Unmistakably German, this creamy cheese gets its deep orange color from carrot juice. Alas, it doesn't taste much like carrot, but its looks could hook Bugs Bunny. (8 oz.) Saxonshires: This layered cheese is also called five counties cheese because of the different cheeses that make up its five layers. These cheeses are: Double Gloucester, Caerphilly, Cheshire, Leicester, and Cheddar. Black waxes with dramatic orange and white layers. (8 oz.) Beemster Extra Aged Farmer Gouda: One of the world's greatest cheeses. This masterpiece has matured for two years, allowing its body to develop a muted caramel color, matched by a uniquely intense yet sweet flavor. (8 oz.) Charcoal Specialty Crackers: Tasty black crackers designed by the cheese gurus from The Fine Cheese Co. in England. (5.3 oz.)

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  • Our memories of college life include those of late nights spent burning the midnight oil over textbooks with nothing but warm, flat soda drinks for company and energy. Today's student faces a dizzying array of energy drinks and st... Our memories of college life include those of late nights spent burning the midnight oil over textbooks with nothing but warm, flat soda drinks for company and energy. Today's student faces a dizzying array of energy drinks and stimulants to keep them up into the wee hours. However, we've always felt that energy should come from natural sources, and this collection is sure to be a hit with the energy-craving students in your life. Cal Valls Certified Organic Lemon Juice: This wonderful juice is one of the rewards reaped from one man and his family's dedication to producing healthy, nutritious and natural food. Imported from Spain. (24 fl. oz.) Numi's Collection Assorted Melange: An assortment of Numi's finest teas and teasans. (18 bags) Marcona Almonds: Unique in shape and texture, Marconas from Spain, have an unrivalled sweet, delicate flavor. (4 oz.) Chocolate-Covered Coffee Beans: Roasted coffee beans clothed in a rich, chocolate covering. (4 oz.) Douwe Egberts Medium Roast Coffee: Holland's best selling ground coffee.(8.8 oz.)

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  • After a successful dinner party, everyone enjoys relaxing with a sweet and satisfying dessert and their favorite espresso drink. With a cappuccino or steaming shot of espresso to accompany a classic tiramisu or chocolate-covered p... After a successful dinner party, everyone enjoys relaxing with a sweet and satisfying dessert and their favorite espresso drink. With a cappuccino or steaming shot of espresso to accompany a classic tiramisu or chocolate-covered profiterole, there are few things better than easing into an engaging conversation and gracefully letting the evening unfold. To keep this relaxing experience as hassle-free as possible, we've paired our favorite Italian espresso with two authentic desserts produced near Milano, Italy. This Italian-style sampler will remind you of an evening spent at an outdoor café in Europe. This assortment includes: Caffe Vergnano 1882 Gourmet Espresso: Italy''s Vergnano Arabica blend is a product with a delicate flavor and smooth aroma which is created by the low roasting of only the very best varieties of Arabica from Central and South America. We've included their Medium Grind, which can be used in automatic drip filters to create easy, espresso-roast flavor with the push of a button. (8.8 oz.) Tiramisu by Solo Italia: The most classic of all Italian desserts, prepared for you following the tradition of a local recipe. Soft sponge cake is drenched in a light coffee-flavored liqueur, a creamy white mascarpone mousse with a dash of Marsala wine, all sprinkled with cocoa. (3 oz) Profiteroles by Solo Italia: Delicate pastry puffs filled with vanilla custard and covered with fine chocolate. An absolute delight! (3 oz)

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  • In Europe, the DOP designation stands for Denomination of Protected Origin. Only certain food products with historical significance are given DOP status, which is controlled by government agencies. Once a DOP is created for a spec... In Europe, the DOP designation stands for Denomination of Protected Origin. Only certain food products with historical significance are given DOP status, which is controlled by government agencies. Once a DOP is created for a specific food, the various manufacturers must then complete a lengthy process to certify their production. For a product to get certified, it must be produced in a specific geographic region using accepted techniques. Only then can their label bear the DOP designation. DOP olive oil from Liguria must be made only from the taggiasche olive, an olive native to this part of Italy. A smaller olive with tremendous flavor, the taggiasche has hints of almond and a very fresh quality. An oil for those who crave the best the world has to offer, Olio Carli only makes very limited amounts of their DOP, with each bottle numbered serially. For their DOP oil, the olives are hand-selected and hand-pressed. Enjoy this superb extra virgin drizzled over steak, salads or especially fish.

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  • Founded in 1822, L'Olivier's quaint shop in the old Marais quarter of Paris is still serving Parisians. This is a distinctly sweet, fragrant oil in the Provencal style. Different from Italian extra virgin olive oil, L'Oliver Extra... Founded in 1822, L'Olivier's quaint shop in the old Marais quarter of Paris is still serving Parisians. This is a distinctly sweet, fragrant oil in the Provencal style. Different from Italian extra virgin olive oil, L'Oliver Extra Virgin Olive Oil has a fruity but mild olive flavor. As France's most respected oil specialist, L'Olivier consistently produces versatile oils with low acidity. For attractive shelf-presence, we offer this oil in a rustic, half-liter, stoneware crock, which also helps preserve the oil's freshness.

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  • The unique flavor and limited production of truffles command a price of up to $900 per pound, depending on the type. A superb way to capture their flavor and extend their use is to make truffle oil by soaking them in olive oil. Tr... The unique flavor and limited production of truffles command a price of up to $900 per pound, depending on the type. A superb way to capture their flavor and extend their use is to make truffle oil by soaking them in olive oil. Truffles grow underground and range in color from almost black to off-white. The white varieties have subtler flavors than the black truffles and lend extra virgin olive oil an almost garlicky flavor with full, earthy overtones. The white truffle is in season from September to December and is also used raw, thinly sliced over pasta, risotto, or omelettes. It has a very strong, pleasant aroma. Truffle oils are generally not used in cooking, as the heat adulterates their flavors. Instead, they are added after a dish is prepared or used in salads and other cold dishes.

  • Bouteillan is a light golden oil. This extra virgin olive oil opens up on the palate with citrus and sweetly floral, grassy notes. Bottling only the first cold pressing oil, Bouteillan's nose carries the faintest aromas of almonds... Bouteillan is a light golden oil. This extra virgin olive oil opens up on the palate with citrus and sweetly floral, grassy notes. Bottling only the first cold pressing oil, Bouteillan's nose carries the faintest aromas of almonds and green herbs. All of Mas Des Bories olive oils are bottled according to traditional Provence farming methods with native trees, producing an oil that is robust and smooth without a bitter aftertaste. In the low Alps mountain range of France, encompassing a valley and the surrounding hillsides, Mas Des Bories is the perfect environment for the nurturing of olives. The rocky, but fertile soil, with the wild thyme, laurel, and lavender produces wonderful, fruity light golden oil, which is unique in the entire world. This year, Mas des Bories, Bouteillan, and AOC won gold Medals at Hamburg, Germany's International Olive Oil Competition. Mas Des Bories extra virgin olive oils have won Best in Show at the Los Angeles County Fair; in Avignon, France; as well as gold medals in Marseille, Paris, and Munich.

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  • This astounding organically produced extra virgin unfiltered olive oil hails from Tuscany. Rich in early harvested frantoio olives, Campo Corto is bold in character with an intense grassy aroma with a hint of artichoke and aromati... This astounding organically produced extra virgin unfiltered olive oil hails from Tuscany. Rich in early harvested frantoio olives, Campo Corto is bold in character with an intense grassy aroma with a hint of artichoke and aromatic herbs and a peppery finish that is truly incredible on the taste buds. The olives are grown in the Chianti hills of Badia a Coltibuono's medieval home, handpicked and processed the same day they are harvested. Enjoy his robust, rustic extra virgin olive oil on roasted meats, pork and hearty sausage, salami, prosciutto and fettunta or make a bruschetta of freshly oiled grilled country bread. Campo Corto is Coltibuono's oil “con brio” - with Tuscan backbone.

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  • This full-flavored artisan oil is prepared in limited quantities from the highest groves (1,550 ft. above sea level) on the Albereto estate in Tuscany. Podere Albereto boundary encompasses the unspoiled forest surrounding Badia a ... This full-flavored artisan oil is prepared in limited quantities from the highest groves (1,550 ft. above sea level) on the Albereto estate in Tuscany. Podere Albereto boundary encompasses the unspoiled forest surrounding Badia a Coltibuono. Albereto's organic EVOO is harvested from frantoio, leccino, & pendolino olives, which are immediately pressed - yielding a vibrant green oil with a distinct peppery piquancy. Use as a dip for your favorite breads, or drizzle it in soups, pasta, and beans. Finalist “Best Oil” 1996 Summer Fancy Food Show.

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  • Each month will feature a premium cold-pressed Extra Virgin Olive Oil from all corners of the globe. Many of these selections will be brought into the United States for the first time for your exclusive enjoyment. Club members ... Each month will feature a premium cold-pressed Extra Virgin Olive Oil from all corners of the globe. Many of these selections will be brought into the United States for the first time for your exclusive enjoyment. Club members automatically receive their featured product, along with a descriptive brochure, on a monthly basis. It is a great way to enjoy a different, exciting, world-class extra virgin olive oil every month. An igourmet "Of the Month" Club membership is a must for the adventurous gourmand and an excellent educational service for budding connoisseurs. A subscription also makes a wonderful gift. FREE SHIPPING ON ALL CLUBS!

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  • Pine Nuts are the kernels of the stone pine (Pinus pinea), a native of the Mediterranean area. They grow in other parts of the world also, including the American Southwest, where they are a native staple crop of the Pueblo Indians... Pine Nuts are the kernels of the stone pine (Pinus pinea), a native of the Mediterranean area. They grow in other parts of the world also, including the American Southwest, where they are a native staple crop of the Pueblo Indians. China and Portugal are the largest exporters. Pine Nuts have a rich but delicate flavor; delicious in dishes as varied as stuffings, fruit salads, and pesto sauce. They may also be ground into a flour suitable for desserts. Eat them raw or roast them lightly in a dry skillet or oven to bring out their flavor.

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  • Vermont Butter & Cheese Company uses only the freshest local cream to make its world class butters. They gently pasteurize the cream and add a bacterial culture to start the process of turning cream to butter. The fermenting cream... Vermont Butter & Cheese Company uses only the freshest local cream to make its world class butters. They gently pasteurize the cream and add a bacterial culture to start the process of turning cream to butter. The fermenting cream rests for nine to sixteen hours to produce a complex blend of flavor compounds, making this butter so unique. After fermentation, the cream is churned into butter and the Atlantic sea salt crystals are added. This salt, harvested from tidal pools off the coast of Haiti, enhances the flavor of the butter and gives it an artisanal, marbled appearance. Finally, the butter is cut, wrapped in parchment paper and packed by hand in a small, handmade wooden basket.

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  • A seasonal cheese, this limited availability product is only produced in the summer. Beemster's world famous milk becomes even more coveted during the last two weeks of March. The milk taken from the Beemster cows during this peri... A seasonal cheese, this limited availability product is only produced in the summer. Beemster's world famous milk becomes even more coveted during the last two weeks of March. The milk taken from the Beemster cows during this period is the creamiest milk of the year. This is the only milk used to create Graskaas, an exceptional Gouda-type cheese enrobed in a vibrant, green rind. During the limited "first grazing" period, enough milk is collected to craft just 2,000 wheels of Graskaas; only half of which are exported to the U.S. Made in the beginning of April and aged for one month, the recipe for Graskaas dates back to 1901.

  • To make something extraordinary, this sweet California rice vinegar is infused with freshly shredded ginger. Opening the bottle brings the fragrance of Jamaica, India, and Fiji, with the fresh flavors of Asia. The interaction of t... To make something extraordinary, this sweet California rice vinegar is infused with freshly shredded ginger. Opening the bottle brings the fragrance of Jamaica, India, and Fiji, with the fresh flavors of Asia. The interaction of the vinegar with the bright flavors of ginger results in a taste that is healthy and delicious. Ginger Rice Vinegar is lovely poured over seared sea scallops or in a ceviche. Try it drizzled over baby spinach salad or over fresh arugula. For a crunchy opening course, add it to salads of julienne carrots and jicaima. Whip up a simple vinaigrette by mixing with lime olive oil and chopped shallots, then pour over grilled chicken and greens.

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  • Absolutely yummy - great on its own, in a salad or to cook with... Mmmm

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  • Up until the post WWII era, the Reggiana was the main breed of cow in the province of Reggio Emilia. A beautiful beast, this unique cow has a striking red coat. During recent times, these red cows were replaced by more typical, an... Up until the post WWII era, the Reggiana was the main breed of cow in the province of Reggio Emilia. A beautiful beast, this unique cow has a striking red coat. During recent times, these red cows were replaced by more typical, and more productive, black and white cows. Sadly, by the late 1980's, only a few red cows remained. However, during the last few years, the breed has been reinvigorated and is now being used for the production of small quantities of special Parmigiano Reggiano. Fanticini produces small quantities of “Vacche Rosse” in their family dairy in Villa Sabbione (near Reggio Emilia), using milk from the Raggio Cigarini Farm. This "Red Cow" variety tastes like the Parmigiano Reggiano of yesteryear. The milk of the red cows is characterized by a higher butterfat content and contains more proteins. This combination allows for the production of a cheese that is better suited for a longer period of aging, requiring a minimum of 30 months. Compared to the 24 month aging period of most other Parmigiano Reggianos, that is quite a difference. Its unique nutty, fruity, grassy flavor is richer than most Reggianos and its texture is somehow more creamy, even though it is aged for a much longer time. Reserve it for the most special dishes, or eat it like the Italians do - chunked and drizzled with thick, expensive Balsamico.

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  • This classic basket combines traditional Irish fare with three Irish farmhouse cheeses. A perfect gift for St. Pattys Day, you favorite Irish friend or family member.

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  • An assortment of Gourment Goodies for a dozen football fans! Chorizo by Palacios: Authentic Spanish sausage made with pork, cured with paprika and garlic. (7.9 oz.) Saucisson Sec: This naturally air-dried pork sausage is made ... An assortment of Gourment Goodies for a dozen football fans! Chorizo by Palacios: Authentic Spanish sausage made with pork, cured with paprika and garlic. (7.9 oz.) Saucisson Sec: This naturally air-dried pork sausage is made from a time honored recipe from the mountains of France. (10 oz.) Moutarde de Dijon: Imported from France, this mustard was hand picked by Trois Petits Cochons. This is a smooth mustard made simply with mustard seeds, vinegar, water and sea salt. (200g.) Ciappine Italian Flatbread: Ciappine flatbreads are imported from Liguria, Italy. These all natural, handmade, GMO free flatbreads are made without artificial additives or preservatives. (2 sleeves = 8 oz.) Red Leaf Cheddar: The result of 150 years of cheddar-making experience, aged over 12 months. Made in Canada. (1/2 lb.) Beemster Classic Extra Aged Gouda: This 18-month Dutch masterpiece has been enjoyed in Holland for over 800 years. (1/2 lb.) Cream Havarti with Dill: Denmark's most famous cheese. Mild, creamy and mellow with a fine sprinkle of herbal flavor. (1/2 lb.) Bruder Basil: Creamy, Bavarian beechwood smoked cheese. (1/2 lb.) Costa Classic Water Crackers: Two (2) packages of water crackers to complement the cheeses and meats. (8.8 oz.)

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  • A special collection featuring a full pound of Asiago Pressato, a slab of Speck, Ciappine Italian flatbreads, and a jar of Radicchio pate from Treviso to enhance the pairing. All these items are beautifully arranged on a sturdy ba... A special collection featuring a full pound of Asiago Pressato, a slab of Speck, Ciappine Italian flatbreads, and a jar of Radicchio pate from Treviso to enhance the pairing. All these items are beautifully arranged on a sturdy bamboo cutting board:

  • Treats from Down Under.

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  • Excusite goat cheese

  • Quick and Easy for a party. No mess or clean up.

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  • Yummy and Pretty! This layered cheese is also called five counties cheese because of the different cheeses that make up its five layers. These cheeses are: Double Gloucester, Caerphilly, Cheshire, Leicester, and Cheddar. The chees... Yummy and Pretty! This layered cheese is also called five counties cheese because of the different cheeses that make up its five layers. These cheeses are: Double Gloucester, Caerphilly, Cheshire, Leicester, and Cheddar. The cheese has a very dramatic appearance and a very pleasing flavor. If you are a fan of any of these British classics, this is definitely a cheese to try.

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  • Great on steak, lobster, pasta, veggies. Tons of truffles in the butter.

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  • This set is perfect for beginners or for fondue lovers looking for a more lighthearted way of serving fondue than the usual sets. There are two ready-made fondues imported from Switzerland to get the party started. For fondue lov... This set is perfect for beginners or for fondue lovers looking for a more lighthearted way of serving fondue than the usual sets. There are two ready-made fondues imported from Switzerland to get the party started. For fondue lovers the ready-mades allow you to enjoy fondue in a snap. For beginners, they are an easy introduction and hopefully will inspire them to create their own fondues. Includes 2 cheeses, fondue set and fuel bottle

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  • Vinegar is highly UNDER-rated. I use it over figs, with asiago cheese, on crostini. It's amazing, actually, and makes subsisting on salads all the more tolerable.

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