1960s Vermont Cheddar Fondue | Holiday Appetizers Through the Decades
After the cheese-dunk, transfer the bread to your plate and eat it with a separate fork. Since you’ll be using your fondue fork over and over to dip, you shouldn’t be putting it in your mouth, but of course, you already knew that.
This fondue was a hit with Yankee staffers, making it both easy to prepare and delicious to eat! The cheddar and apples offer a unique New England spin on traditional fondue, and if you haven’t saved your original fondue pot from your bridal shower or wedding, you just might be tempted to pick up a new one!
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Celebrating West Medford, MA resident James Pieront for composing “Jingle Bells” in 1850.