Meanwhile, we prepare the meat. We trim and cut the tenderloin tip into cubes and cut our prepackaged sirloin cubes into smaller cubes for the fondue forks.
We wash up well, put the meats in two separate bowls for each fondue pot, wash again, and get the table ready for the fondue. We have bowls of mustard and horseradish sauce beside the meat bowls and salt and pepper shakers handy. When the oils are almost ready, we light the fondue pot burners. We pour the oil from the medium sized pot into the fondue pot that is not stove-top safe. We set both fondue pots onto their stands.
Using color coded fondue forks for each person, we stick a fork into a piece of meat and cook in the hot oil until the desired doneness. We top with salt and pepper and a choice of sauces. We are careful to regulate the temperatures under the fondue pots so the oils stay hot enough but not above 375° F or so. We definitely do not want a fire to ruin our fun!