While the seventies are not renowned for good taste, one good and tasty thing did come out of it – the Fondue. Fondue originated in Switzerland in the nineteenth century, however, it sky rocketed to international fame and popularity in the sixties and seventies as a sophisticated dinner party favourite.
In recent foodie culture, the current trend of easy and nutritious has once again been superseded by a new trend, which is the desire to eat authentic food rich in culture and tradition. This is the new height of sophistication, no more packet mixes, easy bakes, seasonings or sachets. Even the calories don’t count anymore. Now we travel, we have memorable dining experiences and we want to recreate amazing and real food in our home kitchens.