The Melting Pot, a 135-unit fondue chain based in Tampa, Fla., has been evolving in recent years. Its most recent corporate chef, Shane Schaibly, now at First Watch, helped it innovate by sourcing more locally grown produce. Its new chef, Jason Miller, is now working on rethinking the fondue experience entirely. Miller graduated from the French Culinary Institute in New York and spent a decade working under innovative steakhouse and fine-dining chef David Burke. He then ran the kitchen ...
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