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Serving (melted) cheese in the round

by The Review CrewAugust 2, 2010

Every party needs cheese. From little cubed varieties stuck onto the end of toothpicks to spreadable creations waiting for crackers and toast pieces, cheese is king of the party. With an endless assortment of cheeses out there, it comes as no surprise that not everything is for everybody. But melt that cheese, and it’s another story altogether.

Designed not just as a cheese accessory, but more as a centerpiece for enjoying cheese with family and friends, the Trudeau Mini Party Grill Set offers an easy way to provide always-popular cheesy-melty goodness to your guests. The self-serve indoor grill, modeled after a traditional Swiss raclette, lets users gather around and grill their own meats and vegetables while the cheese melts in individual serving pieces below.

Complete with four cooking pans for placing cheese under the grill, and two spatulas for scooping it out, the raclette grill is an all-in-one appliance that lets guests enjoy making their own hors d’oeuvres. The 600-watt grill measures 5.5 inches tall, and has a 10.3-inch-by 13-inch-footprint. Rounding out the experience (at least for the host), clean-up is made easy, as the removable aluminum grill is dishwasher-safe.

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