by Jim Rosenberg
January 3, 2002
Raclette cooking is something that comes from the mountain country of France and after enjoying this with the French, we ended up eventually finding a table-top raclette for home use because it is just a lot of fun to do with family and friends. It allows each diner to add his or her own signature to the meal and it is very entertaining. (Note: check cooking catalogues or specialty shops for raclette units back home, if you are interested. You want something that is compatible with your electricty supply at home and so one designed for use in France will not do the job in North America. We have seen both 6-place and 8-place units.)
We give it high marks.
From journal Paris: An Affordable, Spectacular Destination