PSA: The Cheese Bar Is Now Delivering DIY Fondue Kits
If you're getting a bit bored of the same old lockdown meals every night, then why not jazz up your dinner time with a DIY cheese fondue kit?!
From the infamous Cheese Bar in London - known far and wide for their oozy food-porn style toasties and various other delights - the DIY fondue kit gives you the opportunity to make some fromage magic of your own at home.
And it's sure to impress whoever you're living with when you whack it out with all the trimmings.
The 'fondue-it-yourself' kit is available for delivery across the whole of the UK, and includes everything to make one of The Cheese Bar's most legendary dishes: the Coolea and Kingham fondue.
It features a 300g fondue kit as well as 400g of potatoes, a baguette and a pot of conichons for dipping, as well as instructions and tips on how to make the best fondue possible, from The Cheese Bar's founder, Matthew Carver.
Plus, the kit will come with two shots of Kirsch Cherry Liqueur to add a kick to your dish, and a bottle of alpine wine to enjoy along with it.
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If you want to order a cheese fondue kit for yourself, you'll have an option on the website either to order one with a fondue pot stand (£65) and forks or without (£45).
The fondue pot is pretty neat. It allows you to turn a normal (12-16cm) saucepan into a fondue set, meaning less bulky equipment and minimal washing up.
But if you already have a fondue stand, it's worth noting the kits without a stand are currently sold out, so you may have to wait for a restock.
If you want to add some extras to your order, the website has it all. But be warned, you may end up adding a lot to your basket.
Adapting to the coronavirus pandemic, the Cheese Bar sells everything from bread to charcuterie boards to milk, butter, eggs and loads of veggies.
There's also flour, which is currently in high demand. Plus, you can get your hands on a whole load of alcohol. Bottles of wine start at £8.50, and beer starts at just £3.
The Cheese Bar restaurant in Camden has become somewhat of a viral sensation, offering everything from a five cheese macaroni to a blue cheese raclette.
But it all started off in one humble street food truck, offering up grilled cheese at festivals street food markets around the city.
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