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Cuisinart CFO-3SS Electric Fondue Maker

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Tori Says...

I use this electric fondue maker to make quick and yummy meals. We especially love using it when it's cold outside, fondue is so easy and so cozy. Learn tips on how to make the perfect cheese fondue here: How to Make the Perfect Cheese Fondue

Product Description

Fondue Cord
Chocolate Dipped Strawberry

Fondue Made Easy!

Your party is sure to be a success with the elegant brushed stainless Cuisinart Electric Fondue Set!

The 3-quart nonstick pot will accommodate all of your favorite fondue recipes, including chocolate, cheese, broth or oil. So call the family, or invite friends over to relax with a variety of great-tasting fondues, then enjoy easy, dishwasher safe cleanup.

Product Parts

  1. Eight individual fondue forks
  2. Fondue ring
  3. Fondue bowl
  4. Qt. Stainless steel bowl with
    nonstick interior
  5. Brushed stainless steel housing
  6. Adjustable temperature control probe

Product Features

  • 3-quart capacity
  • Dishwasher-safe fondue pot
  • 1000 watts of power
  • Nonstick interior
  • Adjustable temperature probe with eight settings
  • Eight fondue forks
  • Stainless steel fork ring
  • Instruction/Recipe book
  • Limited 3-year warranty

About the Fondue Pot

The fun of fondue gets a sleek and convenient makeover with the Cuisinart Electric Fondue Pot. Designed for use with oil, broth, chocolate, or cheese, the set combines powerful electric heat with easy temperature control and handsome but tidy construction. The 3-quart stainless-steel bowl is lined with nonstick coating for keeping heated foods from sticking, and the stand, bowl, ring, and temperature probe all assemble and disassemble easily. A combination of finishes—brushed on the bowl and ring, mirror on the stand and handles—gives the unit a contemporary flair.

Fondue with Cheese
Heat up is efficient here--getting oil to 375 degrees F takes between 10 and 15 minutes. Best of all, you can change the temperature setting with a simple turn of the dial to adjust for different ingredients or the passage of time. For clean up, run the entire set (temperature probe and cord removed, of course) through the dishwasher. A set of eight color-coded fondue forks is also included. Fully assembled, the fondue maker stands 6-1/4 inches high; the bowl is 8-1/4 inches in diameter at the opening.

Product Features

  • Electric fondue set suitable for chocolate, cheese, broth or oil
  • Includes base, bowl, temperature probe, 8 fondue forks, and fork rack
  • Elegant, brushed stainless-steel 3-quart bowl with nonstick interior
  • Removable temperature control is adjustable for wide range of recipes
  • Unit is safe for immersion and dishwasher; stands 6-1/4 inches high, bowl is 8-1/4 inches in diameter

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 14.1 x 9.6 x 7 inches ; 5.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 6 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00018RR48
  • Item model number: CFO-3SS

Customer Reviews

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Some great design with some serious drawbacks, April 24, 2006

By Minkiemink 'Joe shopper' 3.0 out of 5 stars3.0 out of 5 stars3.0 out of 5 stars3.0 out of 5 stars3.0 out of 5 stars

Being a fondue lover, when I first saw this new Cuisinart electric fondue maker, I had an 'Aha!' moment, and purchased the pot looking forward to a future of only using those smelly little sterno cans for nicely subdued pink outdoor lighting, (yes...I am kidding), instead of heating my food. At first blush, this Item has some great features. Large pot, detachable cord, easy clean nonstick interior, full immersability and variable heating temperatures. Now for the bad news. The pot does not detach from the ever so immense and functional stand, making it a very large pot indeed. difficult to store, almost impossible to refrigerate in newer center split refrigerators that have smaller shelf mine. Tres cumbersome. The cord is extremely short, almost always calling for an additional extension cord. Fabulous if you like that industrial look while dining or entertaining, unfortunate if you don't. The worst flaw? The tendency to heat unevenly dang it! Because the heat is...

Worth every penny... Never going back to sterno again!!!, January 31, 2005

By Eric Pruss 3.0 out of 5 stars3.0 out of 5 stars3.0 out of 5 stars3.0 out of 5 stars3.0 out of 5 stars

If you like fondue, but find Sterno fuel a pain to use, not to mentioned potentially dangerous... you will love this fondue pot... Just plug it in, turn the knob to the setting you desire and put in the make fondue! Couldn't be easier!While the power cord is rather short, just get an extension and all is right with the world... And for those concerned that someone tripping over the cord could cause a big mess... forget it... The cord has a megnetic connector that holds it to the thermostat, which incidentally unplugs from the pot itself for cleaning, If someone were to trip over the cord, it just comes undone and all you have to do is set it back in place and the magnet reconnects it... Brilliant!Oh, and the non-stick surface is great... Those old ceramic fondue pots were a chore to clean... Just wipe this one out with a soft sponge with soap and water and your done!Yes, Fondue is back and this pot could keep it here to stay this time around!

Fantastic fondue!, October 10, 2004

By Calamity Jane 5.0 out of 5 stars5.0 out of 5 stars5.0 out of 5 stars5.0 out of 5 stars5.0 out of 5 stars

Update 3/19/11:Since introducing my kids to the joys of fondue for dinner last summer, they've wanted to have fondue for every special occasion. After borrowing a friend's Rival fondue pot, which is similar to the Cuisinart one, we decided to buy a second pot since one wasn't quite enough for 5 hungry people trying to cook two items at once! Since my brother-in-law wanted to get us a Christmas gift, I told him to get the Rival one since it's cheaper (I didn't feel right asking him to spend more money on the Cuisinart since my friend's Rival pot was fine when we used it for chocolate fondue and my Cuisinart for the oil-based meat course). Well, the shrimp and steak stuck to the bottom of the Rival pot once it reached temperature, but it never did with my Cuisinart! It cleaned up just as easily, but it made me wish we'd asked for another Cuisinart. If you are choosing between the two, definitely go for Cuisinart! In the meantime I will be researching how to keep meats from...

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