The Fondue Rulebook
The well received idea of people having fondue parties in their own homes was started by the Pot Shop in 1962 when it advertised Fondue Party Equipment and Fondue Party Rules in the New York Times. This resulted in a nationwide spree for having fondue parties. Prior to that time, only a very few Americans knew what the term “fondue” meant. In short, it was the publication of the Fondue Rule Book 47 years ago that made Fondue Parties popular.