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I made this exactly as posted, and found that my cheese melted faster than specified in the recipe. However, it seemed to want to stay thick and stretchy, with the oils floating around, even after adding the cornstarch mixture. Regardless, it was delicious with the cubed French bread. Thanks for sharing%u2026.made for ZWT7.

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breezermom June 30, 2011

This was my first attempt at fondue, I found it to be easy and delicious. Thank you for posting.

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JoJoStar September 17, 2008

This is really a classic way Fondue is made in Switzerland. It is not very common to use Jarlsberg in Switzerland. In different parts of Switzerland different cheeses are used, so why not use Jalsberg. Make sure to use dry kirschwasser, NOT a sweet one!

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joerg.isenegger December 27, 2007

This is THE one! Yes! This is the most authentic fondue I have made at home - and my French Swiss friends agreed with me too! FABULOUS - thanks so much! I made this absolutley to the last dot, and it was perfect. Do NOT think of leaving out the nutmeg, it is an essential ingredient in this recipe. As this was held for several friends, my photos were not good enough to post, as they consisted of (greedy)laughing faces and anxious hands with skewered baguette!!! BUT - I intend to do this for Malcolm and I one evening, now winter is here - so photos to follow! I made this in a Le Creuset Fondue set, it cooked to perfection! Merci beaucoup! FT:-)

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