Growing up, my sister Lisa always had fondue on her birthday—it was a family tradition. It was also traditional for all seven of us kids to fight to get our skewers into the pot at the same time. Inevitably a few pieces of the bread would end up in the bottom, and then we’d compete to see who could fish those out. I have great memories of those meals, so I wanted to create a dish that reminded me of them. After spending time in Provence, in the south of France, I fell in love with goat cheese and decided to tweak my mom’s fondue recipe by altering the main ingredient. The goat cheese adds a slightly sophisticated spin to this childhood favorite.
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