Hot Stone Tabletop Cooking: Swissmar Stelvio Raclette
We recently had dinner cooking our own food together at the dinner table, and this was downright fun! Having friends over for a dinner party? You’ve got to try this. You will have so much fun spending time together at the table where everyone melts his or her own raclette cheese and grills meats and vegetables. For those, who prefer tabletop grilling on stone, Stelvio raclette is available with a granite stone top. See video at the bottom of this post.
Get the book!
Swissmar Raclette Recipes: This colorful 64-page book by Claudia Schmidt is filled with raclette cheese recipes, serving tips, cheese glossary, and raclette grill information. Recipes include the traditional and the contemporary that combine melted cheese with meats, seafood, poultry, or vegetables. Many recipes are illustrated with gorgeous color photography. The book provides basic information regarding technique, tools, ingredients, and serving suggestions.
Try the cheese!
Raclette Cheese Blocks
Two individually packed blocks. Each block 1.75 lbs (each serves 3 to 4 persons) Total cheese 3.5 lbs. Ideal for slicing into portions for heating in the individual trays of a raclette tabletop grill. (Note: You can purchase in larger quantities)
This is a great little gadget for your kitchen too!
The Swissmar Girolle is a utensil used for scraping the top layer of Swiss Tête de Moine cheese to create exquisite little cheese “rosettes” that beautifully accent cheeseboards and appetizer platters.
Here is another racklette option: