Difference between revisions of "Egg Nog"

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Served cold or with hot water added
  
 
Today, we all know the egg nog as a traditional drink of Christmastime. Unfortunately, our memories of it are mostly colored by the horrid mixture that comes out of a cardboard carton. Traditionally it would be made with some type of spirit (Rum and Brandy most preferred), eggs, milk, and sugar. If served cold it would be mixed with ice, if served hot it would instead have hot water added to it and served in a mug.
 
Today, we all know the egg nog as a traditional drink of Christmastime. Unfortunately, our memories of it are mostly colored by the horrid mixture that comes out of a cardboard carton. Traditionally it would be made with some type of spirit (Rum and Brandy most preferred), eggs, milk, and sugar. If served cold it would be mixed with ice, if served hot it would instead have hot water added to it and served in a mug.

Latest revision as of 16:20, 11 March 2019

  • Spirit
  • eggs
  • milk
  • sugar

Served cold or with hot water added

Today, we all know the egg nog as a traditional drink of Christmastime. Unfortunately, our memories of it are mostly colored by the horrid mixture that comes out of a cardboard carton. Traditionally it would be made with some type of spirit (Rum and Brandy most preferred), eggs, milk, and sugar. If served cold it would be mixed with ice, if served hot it would instead have hot water added to it and served in a mug.

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Egg Nog