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Old 12-26-14, 06:57 AM
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Re: Any vegetarian recipes

If cheese is OK, then fondue!

I don't have an exact recipe, just get a few pounds of cheese maybe 1/3 gruyere and 2/3 emmental and chop into rough cubes about 1/2" - 1". Mix together with about a tablespoon of flour, some cayenne pepper to taste, and a dash of granulated garlic (or rub fondue pot with the cut side of a garlic clove).

Heat 3/4 - 1 cup dry white wine in a fondue pot or a small saucepan, add cheese, stirring until melted and smooth. Off heat, and stir in a shot or two of Kirschwasser liquor.

Serve with fresh French baguettes cut into bite-sized pieces. Dip bread into cheese mixture and eat.

Left over cheese can be refrigerated and reheated for more fondue, or use in omelettes or over vegetables such as broccoli.

Obviously this is a rough recipe, if this is your first time, you may need to search the Internet for something with more exact amounts. But after making it for years you learn how you like it and do it by eye.
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