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  • n. Plural form of fondue.


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  • DanMichael was given the privilege to guide me through tendues, fondues and ronds de jambes.

    Patrizia Chen: In His Shoes

  • On our last night, we found a bistro and dipped chunks of bread and crisp vegetables into hot cheese fondues.

    Skipping a Beat

  • The chefs rank each others' fondues, and we learn that Fabio's, Tiffany's and Mike's are the least favorites.

    Top Chef All-Stars Ep. 9: Fondue and Fallon

  • Located in the heart of Vail Village, Swiss Chalet's Alpine-style décor and an array of old-style fondues and raclettes transport you straight across the Atlantic.

    Switzerland's Best Fondue

  • You can throw the whole shebang in the oven for individual fondues on the fly.

    Good Cheeses Come in Small Packages

  • Eating Traditional Swiss fare serves calorie-hungry cyclists well with its array of cheese fondues, rösti—a type of potato pancake—and meat dishes like schnitzels and sausages.

    Alpine Cycling Without (Much) Pain

  • Julia spent her mornings in class and her afternoons “home-practicing” what she learned on poor Paul, who suffered through countless failed soufflés, galantines, and fondues.

    A Covert Affair

  • Dressed in something fabulously gauzy, a young ballerina demonstrated plies and tendues, frappes and grands battements, rond de jambes and fondues.

    Wishing For Limber Limbs

  • Michaels Restaurant, a five-minute walk from the house, features steals. fondues and rotating seafood selections.

    Viva Victoria!

  • I so hope they come to stay, we'll have such fun, fondues, snow, mountains, chestnuts and so forth (conveniently forgetting the chapped lips, dry skin, red noses, wet boots, ten trillion layers of clothing and scraping the ice and snow off the car windshield every morning).

    September 2008


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