Après-ski meals

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First off, fondue is a must (or some among us might cry sacrilege)…

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… balanced by the soupy spicy goodness of la fondue chinoise ! You know we are serious about hotpot when the yuanyang pot had traveled the distance (all of 9518.12km) to make this little party possible and, erm, we have the right soup packs (Haidilao no less) and fresh chilli soy sauce dips.

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Some minor mishaps involving temperature hot tofu did take place…

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… but nothing that 50 oysters couldn’t solve.

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Have to admit I’m more a fan of raclette than fondue. What about you ?

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M also whipped up tartiflette from scratch and left everyone, Frenchies included, duly impressed.

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On our last night in the mountains, we shared a dozen of cheap and tasty escargots from Annecy (score)…

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… and come full circle back to fondue.

Disclaimer: We may or may not have drank an unspeakable amount of wine and génépi on all of the nights we stayed with M and C.

4 Thoughts on “Après-ski meals

  1. Amazing! I’m a fondue-lover, so… Needless to say your pics left me soooo hungry…

  2. admin on March 13, 2013 at 3:42 PM said:

    Camila Faria – Hehe, aw ! Might be a good time to start planning your next fondue party…

  3. Oh, mountains! And you almost made it to Switzerland! Next time hopefully. And yes – I prefer raclette over fondue but both are yummy!!!

  4. admin on April 24, 2013 at 1:35 AM said:

    Tanja – Yes, almost ! We were so close, hopefully next time !

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