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Seeing as how St. Patrick's Day is right around the corner, you may be in search of something to be washed down with all the beers (hopefully not tinged green) you'll be enjoying that day.
This is a simple fondue recipe featuring Irish cheddar cheese. The addition of Irish stout adds some malty undertones to the fondue, while a splash of Irish whiskey provides an extra bit of bite and spice to the rich and nutty melted cheese.
As far as what to dip in this fondue, Irish soda bread makes for a great sponge for the cheese sauce, while sweet-tart granny smith apples provide a nice counterpoint to the slight bitterness in the stout. And if you've got any extra corned beef, or boiled cabbage and carrots left over from your St. Patty's festivities, those are great dippers as well.
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