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    oooooooo, cooool

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    flaming chocolate turtle fondue....very yummy.







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    oh my gosh! yummy!

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    ummm that looks so yummy!!!





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    So, how does this Melting Pot mullarky work then?
    Do you get all of the pots on you table and you just dip in when you like

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    Quote Originally Posted by Isafari, post: 199222
    So, how does this Melting Pot mullarky work then?
    Do you get all of the pots on you table and you just dip in when you like
    There were nine of us sat at our table Diane. There were three pots. First course was a cheese course. The two end pots had a cheddar melt in them and the center had a swiss melt. I would have preferred it the other way around but it was good. Each person was given two dipping forks and we got several small bowls of bread (white and dark), granny smith apples, and carrots, celery and cauliflower. You dipped in the nearest bowl or if you wanted the swiss someone else would dip your fork for you. When we were done with the cheese they removed the bowls and brought out three bowls of broth into which the dumped small red potatoe slices, medium sized button mushrooms and some broccoli florets. The veggies cooked before and during the meat dipping. Two of the pots were used for the seafood/fish as well as meat. The pot closest to Donna was not allowed to have any fish/seafood cooked in it until she was finished with her meat. We were given a slotted spoon to remove the vegetables from the broth. Each person was given a small plate with one larger section and 4 or 5 smaller sections. The smaller sections were used to place one of the multiple dips that were given to us. Dips included a Gorgonzola cheese, a curry mustard, green goddess salad dressing, teriyaki and a sweet and sour dip. After the meat courses those bowls were taken away and replaced with three bowls of the chocolate. To dip we had two different types of marshmallows, fresh strawberries, pound cake, cheese cake, little brownie type bites and bananas. There may have been one or two other items also but I forget. All in all it was a lot of fun.





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    Wow, thanks John, it sounds fab....even though there would be just the two of us.
    It's no more expensive than a meal at WDW's le cellier.

    Anyone know of the nearest one to WDW?

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    The Melting Pot, Fondue, Fine Wines, Cheese Fondue, Chocolate Fondue, Fondue Parties, Girls Night Out, Dip, Chocolate, Cheese would be able to tell you where the one in Orlando is. If you are going for the full deal, allow about 2-3 hours. For the two of you, you'd get 1 pot. It's one of my favorite places.







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    Thanks Johnie, will check out the link

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