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Old 06.11.2011, 11:58
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Re: Where to buy a cheese fondue set?

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Hi

I'd like to buy a cheese fondue set, with plates.

Any recommendations?

Thanks!
Not seen 'complete' fondue sets like that, although we do have a raclette/pierrade set that came with plates, scrapers, etc., even a bag to keep the tatties hot. Quite cheap, too, from Migros or one of the other major shops. But a special seasonal offer, rather than something they'd have all the time.

So I'd just trawl through as many shops as you can find, starting at Manor, perhaps, and particularly at this time of year, and look for the specials.
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