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Nouvel Käsefonude-Caquelon "Blumenwiese"

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Nouvel Käsefonude-Caquelon "Blumenwiese"

Specifications

Key specifications

Fondue typeCheese fondue
Diameter22 cm
Container volume2 l

General information

Manufacturer Nouvel
Product type Fondue pots
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Fondue pots

A Caquelon is a cooking vessel of stoneware, ceramic, enamelled cast iron or porcelain for the preparation of fondue.
The word is from a Swiss French term originating in the 18th century derived from the Swiss German word Kakel meaning an earthenware casserole. The term is in common use throughout Switzerland, and in the Franche-Comté and Provençale regions of France.
The bottom of a caquelon requires a thickness sufficient to prevent burning of the melted cheese when the vessel is placed over a spirit burner at the table. Nevertheless, an encrusted layer of cheese forms on the bottom called the Grossmutter in German, La Religieuse in French, which is released when the fondue has been consumed and is shared between the diners.

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Item number8715408
Manufacturer no.400965
Release date12.09.2014

Colour

Colour group
White
Colour designation
White

Material

Material group
Ceramic
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Ceramic

A ceramic is an inorganic, non-metallic solid prepared by the action of heat and subsequent cooling. Ceramic materials may have a crystalline or partly crystalline structure, or may be amorphous (e.g., a glass). Because most common ceramics are crystalline, the definition of ceramic is often restricted to inorganic crystalline materials, as opposed to the non-crystalline glasses.

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Specific material description
terracotta

Fondue pot properties

Fondue type
Cheese fondue
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Cheese fondue

Fondue is a Swiss communal dish shared at the table in an earthenware pot (caquelon) over a small burner (rechaud). The term is derived from the French verb fondre (to melt), in the past participle fondu (melted).

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Product dimensions

Container volume
2 l
Diameter
22 cm

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