Cut the bread into small pieces. Some people like the bread a little bit crispy, so you may want to cut it a few hours before you have the fondue.
Rub the inside of the fondue pot with the garlic clove. Put the cheese and the wine in the caquelon and warm them on the stove. Constantly stir the mixture. Add kirsch and cornstarch, but keep stirring. Leave them on the stove to melt, but make sure it does not overheat. Add pepper and nutmeg just before putting on the fondue stand. Adjust the heat so that the cheese stays at a constant temperature while eating. Put a piece of bread on the fondue fork, stir it in the cheese and enjoy.
Warning: the cheese is hot, don't get burned.
This menu may not be suited for small children.
You may vary the mixture of cheese depending on your taste.