Tuesday, November 4, 2014

A Vintage Green Fondue Pot & Vintage Bliss Tuesdays Linky Party #8


I spotted this vintage green fondue pot at my parents' house last time we were there. But, with storage at a premium around here, and a lovely vintage orange fondue pot already housed safely in my cupboards in the basement, I meant to pass up on taking this guy home. My attempts at self-control were dashed by my 10-year-old girl, though. She decided that this fondue pot was really cool. So home it came.

I now have visions of a fireside beer, booze and fondue party with friends and family. Wouldn't that be a great way to pass some time in the midst of winter? Except that I don't eat cheese. Hmm. What can you melt that's vegan?

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14 comments:

  1. Joann, yes, that green fondue pot needed to come home with you. It is so cute! Thanks for the party.

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    1. Right? ;) You are most welcome. Thanks for joining in. :)

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  2. Hey Jo, long time no blog. Hope you guys are happy and staying warm, we've actually had colder than normal temps here in Florida (everyone is freaking, lol).

    I love the fondue pot, you're daughter is wise with a very good eye. :) Thank you for hosting the link up!

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    1. Good to hear from you. I am trying hard to sympathize with your "cold" weather. ;) Actually, I was trying to convince my husband to drive to Florida at Christmas and he said it might be too cold. Um, hello! At least there won't be 5 feet of snow!

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  3. maybe instead of melting something you could warm cider or hot chocolate? idaknow. either way, it is a beautiful piece.

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    1. I think that's a beautiful idea Chrissy! Makes me want hot chocolate right now actually. :)

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  4. I made a chocolate fondue once, with vegan chocolate and almond milk. It was delicious, too!

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  5. We were given a burnt orange fondue set for a wedding gift, it was never used, it's long gone now. Your green one is very mod!

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    1. I love orange items for the home (as you know). So cheery! Thanks Jill.

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  6. Joann, thank you for sharing your green fondue pot with us at Make It Monday. I did not have a vintage post to share this week, but will return next week.

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    1. Thanks for hosting. And see you next week! :) Jo

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  7. No idea what you melt that's vegan--maybe a nutty yeast dip?? I'm not good at thinking up things like that!

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    1. Actually I think that's a great idea Laura! Thanks. :)

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