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If you don't have a fondue pot, serve prepared fondue in a slow cooker. Or, serve in a hollowed-out round loaf of bread. If necessary, to reheat place filled bread loaf in the oven just before serving.
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I was on a fondue spree when I attempted this recipe. I made this following the Bakers chocolate fondue. Firstly, first thought, never follow cheese with chocolate. Chocolate always wins. I didn't have all the proper ingredients so I did take some short cuts. Can't say I was really excited about this.
I found the old age cheddar and dijon combo very strong. Added some medium cheese in after to tone it down a bit. If you like dijon and old age cheddar it's a hit. Made it for a party and everyone else liked it...not my favourite.
This was a very sophisticated, creamy and flavorful fondue! I'll be making it again for sure!