Restaurateur Anthony Dike of Bistro Le Relais and his girlfriend, Amy Zinner, gave the Courier Journal’s Dana McMahan a crash course in fondue. This conversation is moderated according to USA TODAY’s community rules. Please read the rules before joining the discussion. If it’s Anthony Dike of Bistro Le Relais we’re talking about, he cooks, of course. You might think someone who spends the majority of their time working in a restaurant would want a break from food, but on his day off, he loves nothing more than to whip up an elaborate meal with his girlfriend, Le Relais manager Amy Zinner. In the latest installment of my “Someone’s in the Kitchen with Dana” series of lessons from local chefs and restaurateurs, this time I took a field trip. My husband Brian and I joined Anthony at his home, along with Zinner, who’s one of my earliest friends in Louisville and the owner of Potted Plantscapes in addition to working at Le Relais. The occasion? An amazing fondue dinner to celebrate spring’s arrival. No, no. The 70s didn’t call and ask for their specialty back. Dike is originally from Switzerland, where fondue wasn’t so...