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Chocolate Fondue

In a heavy saucepan over low heat, melt a 4-ounce piece of best-quality chocolate (bittersweet makes a rich, dark fondue, or use Toblerone for the old classic!), stirring with a wooden spoon to prevent burning. Add 1 1/2 ounces of red wine, and stir until smooth. Add one teaspoon of ancho chili powder; stir to mix. Serve immediately.

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Fondue is the ultimate feed-me food! Make the person who is being fed close their eyes, which increases the sensation of each object that they're eating...If you have a nice fondue set, you may want to begin with a first course of meats and veggies cooked in hot oil or dipped into warm cheese. For extra inspiration, rent 9 1/2 Weeks!

Don't forget the cheese! Refer to the Love Notes newsletter from December for all kinds of ideas on how to select cheeses and prepare a delectable cheese course.

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