Sorry about the original post for this.  I am not sure what happened, but everything I put in this post was gone between writing, saving and publishing….. aarrgghh!  The blessing and curse of technology!

I wish I could remember all the words I had used, but I can’t.  So, this will be more just a recipe.  Though, I will say that it was wonderful, super easy and delicious! Don’t be afraid to make fondue.

I recommend a fondue pot for this, or you might be able to keep it warm in a crockpot.

1 clove garlic, peeled and cut in half
1 cup hard cider, check for GF (I used Angry Orchard Apple Ginger)
1 pound sharp cheddar, shredded (check for GF)
2 Tablespoons cornstarch
Salt & Pepper

Rub the inside of a heavy pot or dutch
oven with the cut side of the garlic. Add the cider and bring to a
simmer over medium heat.
(If you really love garlic you could chop or garlic press it into the fondue)
In a bowl, toss the cheeses with the
cornstarch. Working in 3 batches, gradually stir the cheese mixture into
the cider until melted, cook, stirring
occasionally, until the mixture is gently bubbling, about 2 minutes;
season.

Serve immediately from the dutch oven or transfer to a fondue pot or crockpot.

We had this with:
Challah Bread, cut into cubes
Apple slices
Bagel Chips
Peel and eat shrimp

Other ideas:
Pear slices
Boiled potatoes, tiny red ones, or chunks
Veggies