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By Robin from Washington, IA
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I recently purchased a little 11-piece Fondue Set from Walgreen's today that I got for half price per the Manager because there were no instructions included. Where can I find missing instructions online? I've tried searching the web for the distributor but no luck with instructions. I know nothing about fondue, so I don't even know how to light the burner. Help!
What is the brand name of your fondue set? Sometimes you can put the brand name and either the words "user manual" or "instructions" into the search engine.
The only name on the box is on the bottom. It says Made in China, Distributed by: East West Distributing Co. Deerfield, IL 60015-4616 Item #646623. It comes with:
* 1 Stainless Steel Pot w/cover
* 1 Chrome Wire Rack
* 1 Chrome Plated Burner
* 1 Stainless Steel Plate
* 6 Stainless Steel Forks
Wow, Jo........I just don't know. I've spent quite a bit of time trying to find information on that fondue set. I think I'd call Walgreens and explain that there were no instructions....at all!!!
Go to the library and find a cook book that includes directions for making fondue.
The process is not much more than heating up something like melted cheese or chocolate and dunkng chunks of bread in it.
Similar problem. Bought a $129.00 cuisinart rotating lazy susan stainless steel fondue set at Filene's going out of business sale last year for 19.99. All equipment is there but no instructions.
I received a 21 piece fondue set for christmas and no instructions. I found a web site http://www.fant instructions.htm . It gives handy tips and advises how and what fuels to use. Hope this helps.
if by instructions you mean a cookbook there are alot on ebay... heres one:
But there are a lot more. Just do a search on Fondue Cookbook.
I still have a Fondue pot from the 60's from my deceased father in-law. I think thats why I keep it. But in those days we used it a lot... he would cut steak in bite size pieces and we all cooked our own to taste...
i thought it was because I bought mine at the Salvation Army. I opened the box, and it was clear that it hadn't been touched. When I opened everything up I was disappointed as to there not being any instructions. Then I thought that the original owner had taken and lost them. Turns out they just don't come with instructions based on all the other folk that don't have and can't find....just like me...the one towards the top of this string that refers to a site for instructions...specifis a metal fondue pot with alcohol burner.