6 ounces gruyère cheese
6 ounces emmenthaler cheese
1/2 baguette or French bread
3/4 cup dry white wine
½ teaspoon lemon juice
½ tablespoon corn starch
1 ½ tablespoons kirsch or dry sherry
1/8 teaspoon pepper
1/8 teaspoon nutmeg
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Grate gruyère cheese and emmenthaler cheese. Cut baguette into 1″ cubes. Place baguette cubes on cookie sheet. Bake at 350 degrees for about 3 minutes or until cubes become toasted to your liking.
Add white wine and lemon juice to large pan. Warmt wine using medium heat for 5 minutes or until wine starts to bubble. Immediately reduce heat to low. Gradually stir in the grated gruyère and emmenthaler cheeses. Cook on low-medium heat for 5 minutes or until melted cheese begins to bubble. Stir frequently.
Blend cornstarch with kirsch in mixing bowl. Add cornstarch/kirsch mix, pepper, and nutmeg to pan. Cook on low-medium heat for about 3 minutes or until cheese fondue sauce becomes thick and creamy. Stir frequently
Transfer fondue in pan to fondue pot. Adjust flame under fondue pot so that the cheese fondue barely bubbles. Use fondue forks to dip toasted baguettes cubes in fondue sauce. Marry anyone who consistently buys you the ingredients.
1) Dry sherry sounds wrong, kinda like dehydrated water.
2) To get water from dehydrated water, just add water.
3) A lot of shower water get wasted just waiting for it heat up.
4) Agriculture always needs more water.
5) But people like their hot showers.; won’t give them up.
6) The solution is to have the water that would normally go down the drain before the person gets in the shower be sent to the corn, wheat, rice, and lettuce fields of the world.
7) Of course, it would be impractical to build pipes from people’s showers to all the farms.
8) Instead, we must move everyone’s showers to the farms.
9) Commuting hours to our showers will be a hardship at first.
10) But things will get better when we move our homes, equipped with showers, to the farms.
11) But not entirely.
12) We will now face horrendous commutes to our jobs.
13) But that will get better when our factories move out to the farms as well.
14) Everything will be right next to us, our homes, our food, our employment, and our showers.
15) We won’t have to spend any more money on automobiles for commuting nor will we need trucks for shipping foods and merchandise.
16) We will have the money we spent or cars and trucks to buy things we really want.
17) The economy will boom.
18) With no gas being used on combustion engines, pollution and global warming will decline dramatically. The Earth will become a new Eden.
19) With little oil needed to make gasoline, there will be no need for nations to fight each other for that energy product. Putting all of humanity in these small farm/city/shower islands will free up previously used lands for all future and larger populations. An enduring peace will break out over the world.
20) No commuting and more income will mean that the two biggest stresses on the modern family disappear. Families will become bundles of happiness.
21) Teenagers will even clean their rooms.
– Paul De Lancey, The Comic Chef
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