What is the difference between Fondue and Chocolate?

The difference between fondue and chocolate

is that "fondue" is a dish made of melted cheese, chocolate etc., or of a boiling liquid into which food can be dipped and "chocolate" is a food made from ground roasted cocoa beans.

fondue

chocolate

Noun

  • A dish made of melted cheese, chocolate etc., or of a boiling liquid into which food can be dipped.

Verb

  • To prepare or serve as a fondue.

Noun

  • (chiefly uncountable) A food made from ground roasted cocoa beans.
  • (chiefly uncountable) A drink made by dissolving this food in boiling milk or water.
  • (countable) A single, small piece of confectionery made from chocolate.
  • (uncountable) A dark, reddish-brown colour/color, like that of chocolate (also called chocolate brown).

Meronyms

  • black bottom pie
  • Black Forest gateau
  • brownie
  • cocoa butter
  • crème de cacao
  • devil’s food cake
  • ganache
  • lamington
  • marquise
  • mocha
  • mochaccino
  • mole
  • Nanaimo bar
  • praline
  • sacher torte
  • tollhouse cookie
  • truffle

Holonyms

  • cacao
  • cocoa bean

Coordinate terms

  • carob

Related terms

  • chocolatier

Examples

  • Chocolate is a very popular treat.
  • He bought her some chocolates as a gift. She ate one chocolate and threw the rest away.
  • As he cooked it the whole thing turned a rich, deep chocolate.
  • chocolate colour:
  • “I suppose you have some of your sweet chocolates working for you?” Barney nodded.
  • I can consume as much of you as I want to without gaining weight. **** chocolate is what you are.
  • “How is my **** chocolate?" Mark says on the other end.
  • “Yes Lucas, you’re some fine **** chocolate", she whispered, her long dark hair covering her face and the curves bursting out of her dress.

Adjective

  • Made of or containing chocolate.
  • Having a dark reddish-brown colour/color.

Examples

  • She was a chocolate honey with all the assets necessary to never have to work hard to pay her bills.
  • Therefore, African Americans complexion range from fair to mahogony. When a baby is born, it’s always a mystery of the hue of the child. Sometimes the child will be as white as the slave owner or as chocolate as a great great grandparent.
  • If you are as chocolate as an African queen, do you really think you’ll look better as a bottle blonde?

Verb

  • (transitive, rare, chiefly in the past participle) To add chocolate to; to cover (food) in chocolate.
  • (rare, biology) To treat blood agar by heating in order to lyse the red blood cells in the medium.

Examples

  • Other formulations have been adopted to supply these growth factors; these include heating or “chocolating” the blood agar to release NAD directly from the erythrocytes in the agar medium.
  • It is a chocolated blood agar but here whole horse blood is used.
  • The mixture is incubated at 75°C until chocolating has taken place.