Aged Cheddar Fondue with Grilled Tomatoes, Bacon, and Onions #UltimateComfortFood Food Network, Cheddar Fondue, Age Cheddar, Foodnetwork Com, Amy Thielen, Grilled Tomatoes, Comforter Food Recipes, Onions Recipes, Fondue Recipes
|1 8 ounces slab||Bacon|
|1 pint||Cherry tomatoes|
|1||Vidalia onion, large|
Baking & Spices
|1 Lots of||Black pepper, freshly ground|
Bread & Baked Goods
|1/2||Loaf ciabatta bread (about 8 ounces)|
|4 oz||Cheddar, aged|
Beer, Wine & Liquor
|2 tbsp||Sherry wine|
|1 cup||White wine, dry|
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Two great ingredients -- beer and cheddar cheese -- will make this fondue be the first dish to disappear at any party. If you double or triple the recipe for a larger gathering, consider serving the fondue in a slow cooker on low setting. The thick crock and gentle heat will keep the fondue warm and smooth for a long time.