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Listen up: Forget everything you know about fondue. Forget the weird contraptions and metal skewers and bland-tasting cheese combos you've been forced to eat in the past. Today, we start anew with these five ways to make cheese fondue. All of them are made in a cast-iron skillet (we used a six-inch pan, but an eight-incher will do) and feature tasty pairings (like cheddar and beer, or bacon and asiago). Make one or make them all. Just be sure to serve your fondue with plenty of sliced French bread, crackers and vegetables. Let the dipping begin.
You had us at “bacon.”
Melty cheese is all grown up.
The only way to eat your greens.
Just add toasted bread.
Perfect for sharing (or not).
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