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Old January 3rd, 2008, 12:25 PM posted to rec.travel.usa-canada
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Have you ever sat around a pot of hot oil with a fork in your hand and
a plate of raw meat in front of you? Reading this article may give you
the urge to do just that.

Hot Oil Fondue or Fondue Bourguignon consists of cooking meat in a pot
of hot oil that sits directly on the table. Several choices of dipping
sauces are usually available as well. Like cheese fondue, oil fondue
is a great choice to serve for an intimate dinner or for a few
friends. Fondue allows the host to be present at the dinning table and
to enjoy the company of the guests instead of running back and forth
to the kitchen.

The key to enjoying oil fondue is preparation. Lean cuts of meat such
as beef tenderloin, pork cutlets or boneless chicken breast can be cut
into bite sized pieces in advance and stored in the fridge. Just be
sure to give the raw chicken it's own plate to avoid any kind of
salmonella contamination.

At least three dipping sauces should be prepared for hot oil fondue.
If you're really ambitious, choose up to 5 dipping sauces to go along
with several types of meat. For example if cooking chicken pieces,
then you could choose teriyaki sauce, satay sauce, spicy buffalo sauce
or sweet and sour sauce. You may want to give each guest their own set
of sauces if you are worried about double dipping.

Peanut oil, grape seed oil or clarified butter are used because they
have a high smoke point. That means that they can withstand a high
temperature without

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Old January 3rd, 2008, 02:53 PM posted to rec.travel.usa-canada
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Have you ever sat around a pot of hot oil with a fork in your hand and
a plate of raw meat in front of you? Reading this article may give you
the urge to do just that.


Reading this news item may change your mind

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/h...re/7162777.stm

Keith


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Old January 4th, 2008, 04:20 AM posted to rec.travel.usa-canada
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Have you ever sat around a pot of hot oil with a fork in your hand and
a plate of raw meat in front of you? Reading this article may give you
the urge to do just that.


Shades of the 70s...the fondue pot is back!



 




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