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I bought a Rival electric fondue pot in Target for around $29 as I recall. I like it a lot better for ease of use and heat control than the sterno/solid fuel pot I used to have that never seemed to be the right temperature at any time.

If you're going to make cheese fondue, make it in a separate pot first then transfer it into the electric pot to keep it warm - the element cycles on and off and it's not going to work real well as a cooker. It also works as a warmer for other things at the table if you ever need it, when not making fondues.

We've tried all sorts of fondues in this pot and all have worked out great! Enjoy it - its a fun way to eat with friends and family.

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