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    Here is something different and yummy to serve with crusty French bread cubes or tortilla chips. It's from the Better Homes and Gardens website.

    Recipe #142181

    A delicious recipe from Rachael Ray.

    Recipe #305101

    8 Reviews |  By Bergy

    I think a fondue is a very romantic casual dinner or wonderful for after the theatre snack served with a robust red wine. For dinner serve with rice & a small salad. Almond Rice Pilaf is a great accompaniment (recipe posted separately ) To cook the meat you must first heat your oil - I do this by heating it to almost boiling on the stove and then transfering it to your fondue burner. Buy good quality meat I recommend only using a fillet. Have at least 3 sauces. If you want to serve 4-6 people just increase the meat to 2 lbs there will be enough sauce.These sauce recipes came from "Soup Central"

    Recipe #84797

    This is so much fun to do and eat! I love fondue and having fondue parties. The recipe came from Sandra Lee, originally, but have tweaked it and played around a bit, so now I can say it is mine.

    Recipe #146695

    My family lives on the border of Switzerland in France, and this recipe has been with them forever. I believe it to be a true Swiss Fondue recipe, and wanted to post it for those desiring an authentic taste. In searching the other recipes on Zaar, I was absolutely horrified by some of the ingredients... mustard, worcesterchire sauce, blue cheese!! I hope you enjoy this treasured recipe and the good times that it brings. Please note, that you may not be able to find Appenzeller cheese. You may substitute it by adding larger quantities of Gruyere and/or Emmentaler. Jarlsberg is a bit more mild and won't have the same punch that the others do. ***The formula is: 1/2 lb cheese per person, 1/4 cup of wine per person, 1 clove of garlic per person. Adjust accordingly for larger or smaller dinner parties. This recipe will serve 4. The cheese measurements are flexible and can go up or down by a few ounces or so... you don't need to be exact, but just follow the formula to be: Larger portion of Gruyere and Emmentaler, Smaller portion of Jarlsberg, and Smallest portion of Appenzeller. When purchasing the cheeses, remember that the rind will be cut off and will reduce the amounts of usable cheese by several ounces, so plan to buy a bit larger block of each.

    Recipe #260952

    My family always wants me to make this for them! It's so perfect for the Holidays! I put this out on the table with other appetizers and let everyone dip at their own pace.

    Recipe #16286

    I haven't made this in a long time but I remember it being very tasty. Posted in a recipe request.

    Recipe #16281

    This cider-spiced caramel fondue with apples is a perfect treat. If you don't have that many guests, this recipe is easy to cut in half. You can also make the entire caramel fondue and store half in the refrigerator to use later as a topping for ice cream. You can sub the cinnamon stick for 1/4 tsp but do not use crushed cloves. If you don't have them whole leave them out.

    Recipe #279396

    3 Reviews |  By chia

    this is the perfect ending to a great meal, courtesy of cooking light. for best results chill the berries and bananas before serving

    Recipe #85331

    Source: Sandra Lee's Semi-Homemade Slow cooking Cookbook 3

    Recipe #279981

    Sandra Lee's Slow cooker recipe

    Recipe #279930

    Silky chocolate fondue is a great way to finish off a brunch. Use an assortment of fruit as dippers, or even the cinnamon biscotti I have posted. If you like, Toblerone chocolate works well in the dish, because it's honey-nouget blend echoes the honey and almond flavors that are also in the recipe.

    Recipe #79891

    10 Reviews |  By chia

    this is our traditional new years eve dish that i have been making for years. i also serve it with salsa and mango chutney, cornichons, boiled new potatoes.

    Recipe #49943

    2 Reviews |  By Saturn

    Fondue is a great fall and winter meal. Warms you up right down to your toes! I love it after a walk in the woods on those chilly, fall days! I do mine in my little crock pot before I leave and then it is piping hot when I get back.

    Recipe #134137

    Holy Garlic! Not a good recipe for a first date ... unless it's your daughter on the date!! =)

    Recipe #27071

    This has beer AND sherry in it and makes a great, and fun, appetizer. Good Super Bowl food!

    Recipe #208973

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