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Personal Fondue Mugs Are The Kitchen Accessories We Never Knew We Needed (WATCH)

When it comes to whimsical kitchen gadgets and items, hilariously ineffective is usually par for the course when determining their use and importance in the world. Besides the comedy of imagining the OD struggles portrayed in each As Seen On TV infomercial, one simply knows to stay away from any product in that realm.

However, its seems as if we’ve found some Fondue Mugs that transcend all that ridiculousness. Foodbeasts Elie and Rudy forge on in the latest episode of Unboxed to test out this kitchen contraption that we never knew we needed.

Watch the eureka moment unfold in the episode above, as Elie and Rudy successfully spark up their own personal fondue party with ease and relatively no hiccups or over-the-top faux struggle. The premise is simple yet effective and would make for some killer Netflix and Fondue opportunities.

Players and playettes, you taking notes for this Valentine’s Day?

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This Chocolate Teapot Is Both Functional And Delicious

There will never be enough ways to get chocolate into our bellies. Still, that won’t stop the chocolate-lovers of the world from continuing to come up with wild and innovative creations.

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Enter the chocolate teapot. This delicious creation from Firebox makes drinking your tea and eating your dishware easier than ever. Weighing in at a hefty 600g, this delectable item is made in Britain using quality dark chocolate (58% of which is cocoa solids).

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With this creation, making hot chocolate is as simple as putting hot water and some cocoa powder in the pot. After letting it soak for a few minutes, just pour and you’re set! You can even turn it into a chocolate fondue set if you let it sit long enough.

After seeing this, my next question is: why aren’t all types of dishware edible? Dishwashers are overrated anyways.

The teapot can be purchased for $35 at the Firebox website.


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These Fondue Mugs Solve Double Dipping Dilemma

Rid yourself of all of your double-dipping concerns and enjoy that melty chocolate or cheese in your very own Fondue Mug. There’s nothing like being handed the free reigns to get as much of that gooey goodness on your bread/vegetables/fruit or whatever else it is you like to fondue, no judgment here. Let’s face it, you never get as much as you want on that first dip. This microwave-and-dishwasher safe set of two mugs comes with a set of dipping forks and a space for tea candles at the bottom of each mug to keep your fondue at optimal consistency.

Perfect for a couch potato date with you and your lazy significant other, or for college kids like me, on another lonely night in your dorm room without a stove.

Fondue Mugs: $15 @ Amazon

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The Melting Pot Set to Give Away FREE Cheese Fondue on 4/11

In an effort to brand April 11th, 2011 a.k.a 4/11 as National Cheese Fondue Day, fondue restaurant The Melting Pot is giving away free reservations to enjoy Cheese Fondue 11th through the 14th. The trickery around this deal is limited, and supplies are equally limited. To get your free cheese fondue experience, use the established 411 Is Coming website, find your nearest Melting Pot location, call them, give them your unique code to make a reservation between 4/11 – 4/14 and then go in on your reservation date to claim your free cheese fondue. Simple enough?


Melting Pot: Ying Yang Chocolate Fondue

So I had the lovely opportunity on Sunday to go to the Melting Pot, which if you do not know is a fondue restaurant that has several locations throughout the US. The food was good…ect, ect, but the chocolate fondue blew my mind! I am a huge fan of dark chocolate but it can be a little strong at times so I thought a mix of half white chocolate and half dark chocolate would be  the perfect combination and boy was I right! Look at this awesome creation, a true balance of some great flavors. Defiantly check this chocolate fondue pot out, so worth the money. (Thx flickr)