Has anyone seen premade chocolate fondue in the NYC area--perhaps in a pouch that could get microwaved? I need it for a party-I won't have use of my kitchen at the time but could borrow a neighbor's microwave.
In this video recipe, Amy Wisniewski of the CHOW Test Kitchen shows you the easiest way to make the perfect Valentine's Day treat: silky smooth chocolate fondue. Use CHOW's simple fondue recipe while following along with Amy in the video and you'll have a fun, interactive dessert to share with your significant other or special friend.
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