On the way to the raclette

On the way to the raclette

In the existential questions that tirelessly work on me, there is this one: Why did Jesus never invite the apostles to a raclette party? I can see that you are drying and suddenly this question bothers you as much as I do but rest assured, my very dear brothers and my very dear sisters, I had an enlightenment yesterday.

If Jesus never dared to offer a raclette to his friends, it is for a silly practical question. Before, the raclette machine looked like this:

We agree that for a user-friendly device, it indeed inspires usability since we are forced to squeeze like sardines to obtain its Holy Grail otherwise called caquelon. And go ahead that I swing your elbow to catch my pittance and that I fail to spill my good cheese while dripping! Frankly, would Jesus have had a bad taste for doing this to his apostles? Especially when you have, like him, a rectangular table? And don't answer me that it would have been enough for him to do that with a round table because it was certainly his carpenter dad who had done it with love. Tefal, who is for world peace, has therefore decided to reconcile lovers of raclette and rectangular tables. And we will not laugh, because any action intended to bring a little more love in this world is good to take. So here is the first rectangular squeegee machine for rectangular tables.

Available from September (fresh news), the Tefal RE520012 Simply Line raclette machine in the shape of a table runner is therefore perfectly suited to rectangular tables. And if you want to know its price, a voice from heaven told me that it would cost around 70 €.