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Rick Rodgers is the author of more than thirty-five cookbooks, including the bestselling 101 series (Thanksgiving 101, Christmas 101, Barbecues 101) and beloved cookbooks on everything from fondue to slow cookers to comfort food. His recipes have appeared in Cooking Light, Fine Cooking, and Food & Wine and on epicurious.com, and he is a frequent contributor to Bon Appétit. He lives in the New York tristate area.
I've had this book for nearly 10 years and love it! It's my go-to fondue recipe book that has delicious recipes that are easy to follow. Read morePublished on March 12, 2013 by Toddzilla
It had been a long time since I dusted off the old fondue pot and bubbled up that tired and overly tried and true "Swiss Cheese Fondue" recipe that was the only one I ever made. Read morePublished on December 15, 2012 by H. S. Wedekind
I ordered this book as a Valentine's Day present for my boyfriend (I also bought a fondue set via Amazon). I read the other reviews, and I figured I might as well get it. Read morePublished on February 9, 2011 by chwald
Rick Rodgers writes in an easy to read way and offers reipes that are easy as well. Fonduing is fun, but since you don't do it every day, having this book is a comfort for review... Read morePublished on December 5, 2007 by frankh
Some of the recipes just don't seem too appetizing.......liked "The 125 Best Fondue Recipes" better!!!Published on August 9, 2005 by TraceyY
Rodgers is a prolific cookbook writer of all types and sorts, including his Christmas and Thanksgiving 101 books, as well as the more serious and magnificent cookbook on Vienna, et... Read morePublished on December 28, 2003 by rodboomboom
I have always loved fondue, and bought a fondue pot so that I could make fondue with friends. However, without this cookbook, I would not have been able to branch out of anything... Read morePublished on April 28, 2003 by Adriana Melnyk