Isigny Ste Mère Fondue Normande

Isigny Ste Mère Fondue Normande

The earliest known recipe for fondue comes from a cookbook originally published in Zurich, Switzerland in 1699. Ever since, Switzerland has gained worldwide acclaim for this warm, cheesy dish. BUT, they’re not the only players in the game of fondue. This holiday season, we’d like to introduce you to a lesser known – but by no means any less delicious – fondue: Isigny Ste Mère Fondue Normande.

Unlike traditional Swiss fondue, which is made with harder cheeses (like Gruyère) and white wine, Normandy-style fondue is made with soft cheeses and brandy. Ours follows this traditional recipe, using Camembert, Livarot, and Pont L’Eveque cheeses. Our supplier not only makes the Fondue from these cheeses, but actually makes the cheeses first! In Normandy! They're combined with butter and Calvados (apple brandy) to make a wonderfully creamy, rich, Normandy-inspired fondue. When serving Fondue Normande, be sure to provide plenty of items for dipping. Cubes of bread, broccoli, asparagus, carrots, zucchini, potatoes, cauliflower, sausage… Make your holiday season especially cheesy, and full of fondue: grab a 17.6 ounce container of Isigny Ste Mère Fondue Normande for $7.99 each, while it lasts.

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