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Whiskey Cheese Fondue

Prep Time30 minsCook Time10 minsCategory
Spirit
 Cody Road Rye Whiskey
Ingredients
 1 lb Gruyere or Swiss Cheese
 ½ lb Monterey Jack cheese, shredded
 2 tbsp cornstarch
 4 garlic cloves, halved
 ½ cup dry white wine OR Stout Beer
 ½ cup Cody Road Rye Whiskey (Or Queen Bee Honey Whiskey)
 Crusty bread, breadsticks and carrot sticks, for serving
Directions
1

In a bowl, toss the cheddar and Jack cheeses with the cornstarch. Rub the garlic cloves on the inside of a saucepan, and then discard.

2

Add the wine to the saucepan and bring to a simmer.

3

Add the cheese mixture in 4 batches, whisking constantly over moderate heat and letting it melt completely between additions. Add the whiskey and stir just until the fondue begins to bubble, 3 minutes.

4

Season with salt and pepper; serve hot in a cast iron skillet or casserole with bread, breadsticks and carrots.

Ingredients

Spirit
 Cody Road Rye Whiskey
Ingredients
 1 lb Gruyere or Swiss Cheese
 ½ lb Monterey Jack cheese, shredded
 2 tbsp cornstarch
 4 garlic cloves, halved
 ½ cup dry white wine OR Stout Beer
 ½ cup Cody Road Rye Whiskey (Or Queen Bee Honey Whiskey)
 Crusty bread, breadsticks and carrot sticks, for serving

Directions

Directions
1

In a bowl, toss the cheddar and Jack cheeses with the cornstarch. Rub the garlic cloves on the inside of a saucepan, and then discard.

2

Add the wine to the saucepan and bring to a simmer.

3

Add the cheese mixture in 4 batches, whisking constantly over moderate heat and letting it melt completely between additions. Add the whiskey and stir just until the fondue begins to bubble, 3 minutes.

4

Season with salt and pepper; serve hot in a cast iron skillet or casserole with bread, breadsticks and carrots.

Whiskey Cheese Fondue
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