Non-Alcoholic Cheese Fondue
Posted 13 December 2011 - 04:08 PM
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Posted 13 December 2011 - 09:45 PM
The recipe I used had Gruyere and New York yellow cheddar. That Gruyere is some strong (sort of stinky, to me) cheese. It wasn't horrible...and obviously plenty of people would like it (or why else would they make that kind of cheese?). Rich didn't complain. lol
I saw another recipe that used milk as the liquid and cheddar cheese (and apple cider, dijon mustard, flour, salt, & pepper.) I have a feeling that I'd like that one better. No "fancy" cheese in it. lol
I need to investigate the white-ish cheese in the mexican restaurants. I could go for a version of that!
Posted 13 December 2011 - 09:59 PM
It arrived this morning by super-early mail delivery. I want to use it Christmas Eve...so I wanted to try some recipes before then.
I didn't tell Rich what we were having tonight. When he came in and saw the table...with the fondue & dipping goodies...he said, "Is this legal?" lol He was referring to the Christmas gift being used. lol
FYI...for dipping, I roasted tiny, yellow, halved potatoes, halved (some quartered) mushrooms, and halved brussel sprouts in olive oil, salt, and pepper. And we had warm lil' smokies (tiny sausages) and chunks of french bread.
Posted 13 December 2011 - 10:30 PM
ROTFL! You tell him my husband and I have a rich history of giving each other early gifts for almost every gift-giving occasion:) In fact before kids, we started a tradition where we gave each other our gifts at midnight on Christmas Eve. That fell by the wayside with kids, b/c at midnight on Christmas Eve we are wrapping presents and assembling things under the tree;)
Posted 13 December 2011 - 10:39 PM
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