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- n. A Swiss cooking vessel used to serve fondue.
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The original earthenware Swiss fondue pot was called a caquelon, but the dish is easily made in an enameled pan one purchased in Helvetia is sure to give the best results.
Friends and family often gather for hours to slowly stir their bread on long forks in the cauldron of cheese known as a caquelon, which is heated by a small flame.
"It is said that eating from the same caquelon —or fondue pot—establishes friendships," says Verena Lüthi, who runs the hillside chalet restaurant Auberge de Mont-Cornu, near Switzerland's northern border with France, with her husband
Si donc vous aimez les crevettes trop cuites, que vous laissez nager trois heures dans le caquelon avant de les repêcher, ne vous étonnez pas si la méthode détaillée ci-dessous ne fonctionne pas parfaitement.
The only thing we were missing was a stand and candle to put under the caquelon, but I went to a $2 shop and found a paper serviette (napkin) stand which I turned upside down, and that worked perfectly.
Ce mois-ci, d’ailleurs, je lance un défi à l’équipe de Vu en ville sur Superlocal:Lausanne (qui ont d’ailleurs aimablement relayé l’info pour deux Bloggy Fridays précédents): enverrez-vous ce mois un(e) délégué(e) — voire une délégation — à cette petite réunion autour du caquelon?
I jokingly said to Sonja in an email that we would have to have a fondue party, as was the tradition when I visited them in Switzerland, and one day a package arrived - basically a fondue in a box - an earthenware pot (caquelon), long forks, and foil pouches with the traditional fondue cheeses (Gruyere
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