Classic Raclette Grill
I love fondue, so this looks right up my alley. Raclette is apparently a tradtional Swiss meal. You heat cheese and as it begins to bubble you pour over potatoes and pickles. This raclette grill heats cheese in eight non-stick dishes. In addition it has a reversable grill top: you can grill meat on one side and make crepes on the other side. The possibilites seem endless.
At Swissmar Classic Raclette
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Posted by Maya Bazar at February 9, 2006 10:25 AM
It is not FRENCH or SWISS. It is one of these thing that was just from an area in Europe and then we drew a border just right in the middle of the area. You can call it french or swiss you'll be right in both cases. One thing, though. I have been to Switzerland and they don't seem to claim it unlike Gruyere/Ementale. So I guess you can call it french or swiss even if is only 50% true.
My French mother-in-law was the first to serve raclette to me here in Florida on a grill she had for years with cheese I brought back from Paris, but most recently I enjoyed it served in Berlin straight from the rind over potatoes(no gherkins), so evidently it's a Swiss/French/German and now Florida tradition.You guys go ahead and fight about it - I'm just going to eat it!!