Easter is fast approaching. I hope you'll have a great time with family and friends.
This month, I share a couple of Easter fondue ideas and announce the completion of a personal project: I published my first novel. It's called Twisting Fate and it's a police thriller set in Boston. If you're a fan of TV shows like CSI and Sex And The City, I think you'd enjoy my book.
sample the first three chapters for free on Amazon right now. Here's what the cover looks like and what the book is about.
Monthly Recipe Idea
If you are celebrating Easter with children, I recommend doing an Easter Egg Hunt followed by eating chocolate fondue. All you have to do is hide milk chocolate eggs throughout the house, on the porch or in various places, have the kids find them, then unwrap and place them in the fondue pot while you cut some fresh fruit to dip in the melted chocolate.
Here's a milk chocolate fondue recipe (orange liqueur is optional):
Fondue Tip of The Month
If you are expecting lots of guests for your Easter dinner, a chocolate fountain is a
wonderful way to combine fresh fruit with delicious chocolate and finish the meal on a high note!
Here is some information you should know about using chocolate melts in fondue fountains:
Using chocolate melts that have been specially formulated to taste great and flow perfectly in chocolate fountains is a great time saver and you know for sure your guests will love it! Sephra is a wonderful company that offers three types of chocolate melts that will satisfy your taste buds and your budget.
Unsure how much
chocolate to buy? Unsure if your chocolate is still good?
The following link will tell you how much chocolate you'll need based on your number of guests, it explains the difference between various types of chocolate melts and much more: Fondue Fountain information.
Use Coupon Code 'EZSAVE11' for 10% Discount at Sephra.com
Food For Thought
"Chocolate is cheaper than therapy and you don't need an appointment."
Need romantic ideas for Easter? Have a look at these romantic Easter ideas.
That's it for now. Want more fondue tips and ideas?
Visit the site and browse through my collection of fondue recipes or explore my fondue site in French.
You'll hear back from me in a few weeks.
Until then, be careful with open flames, and have fun with fondue!
P.S. If you haven't heard, BestFondue.com's Volume 2 is out. Get the complete guide to hosting a Greek-Inspired beef broth fondue dinner today!