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The title of this fondue is amusing. A lovely fondue with surprising flavours. The name of this fondue should be changed to The Great White North Fondue as its primary ingredient is Canadian sharp cheddar. Remember to use a Canadian beer in the recipe as well. Give yourself and your guests a treat. Then again I may be wrong in assuming the name of the fondue is not appropriate. A good disguise...cheers to the canucks!

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a_karamanoglou October 01, 2001

I made this for a football party and everyone loved it. I used regular beer since I didn't have any non-alcoholic. My dh doesn't like traditional swiss fondue, but loved this. Was very easy and I will make it again. Hokiegal.

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hokiegal November 05, 2002

I LLLOOOOOVEEE fondue! need garlic lots of garlic...can't have a fondue without garlic!!! (vampires beware!)... Well, now I think about it I dont want garlic in my chocolate fondue... I'll have to dig up the recipe and post it :)

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Samuel Holden October 22, 2001

It had good flavor but my problem was how runny it was. I added another 2 cups of sharp cheddar but it was still so soupy. I might try it again with half the butter and less beer.

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Margie99 July 16, 2013

Yum! Next time I'll try it with half cheddar and half another cheese.

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Bethie Crocker December 26, 2008

I used an ale since we didn't have any non-alcoholic beer. The mustard was a tad bit strong so I added just a teeny bit of garlic pepper to mask the extra mustard taste. It was super good with it :) We'll be making this again.

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ThatSouthernBelle October 13, 2008

Yummy and easy. I've tried traditional swiss style fondue and it always turns to rubber. Once upon a time I actually broke our garbage disposal when I dumped some of my infamous failed rubber swiss fondue down the sink! This one was tangy, rich and easy to do.

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Clean Plate Club February 27, 2007

I used Canadian beer and Canadian cheese, and added sauteed pressed garlic (sauteed in the butter in the recipe - then mixed the worch. and mustard into that). Added a pinch of white pepper too. Good stinky cheese fondue! Thinner than most, but full of flavor.

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Daymented October 08, 2005

We were a little disappointed with this fondue. We did use regular beer but I don't feel that made much of a flavor difference. It was much too runny for me, needed to be thicker. My son liked it, but I don't feel we will be making this again.

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CabinKat March 07, 2005
Halloween Cheddar Fondue (for the adults)