One of my favorite things to do on a night out involves a big group of friends, a fondue restaurant and a martini or two. Hosting your own fondue party is a great way to bring your friends together and enjoy fondue on a budget. Whether your guests are vegetarians or steak lovers, you can please them both without cooking separate meals. If you don't have a fondue set, consider a small crock pot, butter warmer, or create your own dishes using ceramic ramekins and tea light candles.
For fondue that needs to boil, like Coq au Vin, keep the pots on the stove and have your friends take turns cooking their meat. If you have a vegetarian in the group, prepare two pots of broth for the meat and veggies, include at least one cheese fondue, and of course, one chocolate fondue. Then start dipping and don't forget to have someone mix up the martinis!
Each of these recipes can be scaled up or down depending on how many people you are serving.
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