OCTOBER

OCTOBER

October 17, 2013

BEER CHEESE FONDUE WITH WARM PRETZELS


A TASTE OF AUTUMN


The sky is the limit when decorating the front porch for fall. Creating a welcoming look can be created with vintage finds such as chairs, birdhouses, grapevines, gourds and lights! I adore Adirondacks  placed outdoors with falling leaves all around. It certainly gives a carefree country feeling to you outdoor living space.



Autumn weekends are full of fun activities with hometown football games, college rivalries face-off and pumpkin patches are plentiful. One of my favorite memories was spending a Saturday, raking leaves with the children.  Doesn't Autumn remind you of hearty and hot appetizers...this Beer Cheese Dip with veggies and hot pretzels will become a family favorite!





BEER CHEESE FONDUE
6 T Butter
 6 T flour
6 cups chicken broth
1/2 c chopped celery
1/2 c carrots
1/2 c chopped onions
1/2 c green pepper
1 large jar cheese whiz
1/2 - 1 bottle beer
Sauté vegetables in butter until tender. Stir in flour, coating the vegetables. Add chicken broth. Stir in cheese whiz until melted. Add beer. Heat and serve


5 comments:

  1. Your porch is so inviting. Love it!

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  2. The recipe looks delish and seems so easy, can't wait to try...I do have to say I think the front porch you posted for Halloween is my most favorite of all the front porches I have seen this year, don't even ask me why, it just speaks to me, it is just perfect....

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  3. Cheese is my favorite condiment with pretzels and I'm so happy to have this recipe. What lovely fall decorations you have; I'm thinking next year when we're in the new house. XOXO

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  4. I love your front porch. Can you tell me where you purchased the light/twig wraps?

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    1. This porch was decorated with white light strands that you can purchase anywhere. The grapevine vine can be found at most any nursery or craft store.

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