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Eggnog

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Eggnog is a sweetened holiday drink made with milk, cream and eggs and often, alcohol. Eggnog is sold only a few months of the year and commonly served at holiday parties.
For the same reason we only eat chocolate bunnies at Easter. It makes it special.   I know that if I drank all year, I'd get sick of holidays. Maybe we keep special fruitcake by reserving it for the year. And maybe it's a lot like . . . once is enough!   Egg nog is non expensive in spa…
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Hot or Cold Egg Nog It doesn't matter if it's served hot or cold, rather it's a matter of preference. = Oh well, it doesn't matter for me, as long it is from my favorite hong kong bar, (stockton.com.hk), their egg nog is made with tijuana Omelette that is mix of sherry tequila and egg nog.
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Commercially prepared eggnog is made from pasteurized eggs, therefore it is safe for pregnant women. Homemade eggnog made with raw eggs is not safe, as it can contain salmonella.Yes, as long as it's pasteurized (which is a given with store-bought egg nog). Homemade egg nog with raw eggs is NOT okay…
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Because eggnog is a traditional Christmas drink, most stores don't sell it in the "off season". But there are one or two stores that sell eggnog, such as organic stores, any day of the year.
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Egg nog is a sweetened dairy-based beverage made with milk, cream, sugar, beaten eggs (which gives it a frothy texture), and flavoured with ground cinnamon and nutmeg; alcoholic versions also exist with the addition of various liquors, such as brandy, rum, whiskey or advocaat. ========== Egg nog i…
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eggs milk vanilla and sugar. dump em all in a bowl and mix em. and dats way da get good eggnog. refrigerate em 'acourse. sip 'n anjoy.
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It is called egg nog because it is made of eggs. The "nog" part of the name is less certain. "Nog" could have come from "noggin" which was a small wooden mug. Or the name could have evolved from "egg and grog". See Related Links.
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Nutmeg is used to flavor eggnog. It is generally added as a decorative spice on top. Some people stir it in while they are making it.
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The whipped cream could give some people the runs. i did and one time i took like 15 craps in a day you should buy a toilet in every room of your house if you are goin to drink it.
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England Eggnog (or egg nog) is a type of milk-based beverage popular in North America during the winter. Historically, it likely belongs to the posset family. But its actual origins, significance and, most importantly, ingredients are subject to dispute and conjecture. The name is a concatenation o…
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England.
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no Musings: Would you call it noglette? How about Nogstard? Or Egg McNoggin? Answer I don't think so...*tries frying eggnog*....uh...no.:( My Awesome answer Yes, you probably could fry eggnog, but it would either a)taste terrible b)cause a fire c) all of the above Pick on…
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freezing stops the aging process therefore you can freeze it but you must use it within the same time frame that it would have spoiled in the first place
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Everette C. Scott, a dairy pioneer form Gaylord, Michigan
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England
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May have originated in East Anglia, England
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It is to be believed it originated in East Anglia, England or from a medieval European drink made with hot milk.
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egg nog guy
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What's the recipe for Eggnog?Take milk, some sugar, and yes - raw eggs. Then you add some spices; nutmeg for instance. Cream makes the whole thing thicker, vanilla can be used, too. If you want, add chocolate.Eggnog is made with cream, milk, eggs, sugar, cinnamon and nutmeg. Some also contain Advo…
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Either a good rum or whiskey. don't go cheap, you'll be left with a crap quality eggnog
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In certain parts of England the term "nog" refers to strong ale, but, it's possible that the term 'nog' actually derives more directly from another other noun; 'nogging'. Since approximately 1400, or so, during the period when the first manufacture of basic rough crude brick was developing, it beca…
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Publix
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In eggnog there is obviously egg stirred with milk, add one spoon of whiskey, two tea spoons of red wine. Shake it and then add whipped cream.. it sounds horrid but it tastes deliscious... It can vary depending on the brand, but traditionally it is made from eggs, sugar, salt, milk, vanilla, nutmeg…
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eh no clue, sorry!
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Try asking at "Chelsea classics - essential British kit" in Ermekeilstraße. Adrian might be able to find it for you.
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Egg nog was invented in 1600's, i believe by either the Czechoslovaks or polish
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I've been wondering that myself! I used to buy it at Giant Eagle around Pittsburgh. It would always come early in the Holiday season and run out quite rapidly. Although, I look for it every year, haven't seen it for several seasons and it's killing me that I can't remember the name so I can tell the…
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Egg Nog is believed to have been created in East Anglia, England.
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What country can be credited for the egg nog
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Egg nog was invented in Netherlands.
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Eggnog is a nutritious drink which contains several dairy products such as eggs and milk. This beverage is used in many appetizers and desserts as the main ingredient. It is mainly offered in special occasions such as Thanksgiving, Newyear's eve and Christmas in countries like US, Great Britain. The…
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The origin is not clear, but maybe East Anglia in the UK or possibly a Medieval Europe drink made with hot milk
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Eggnog was originally an English drink. It was uncommon, due to the fact that only the rich could afford the ingredients. Later, American colonist had much freer access to eggs and milk. This is when it started becoming a more common household beverage.
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england
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Could have been in East Anglia in the UK. There is also a theory concerning Medieval Europe, but no specific detail
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eggcreamsugarvanilla extractrum
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it's just a drink most people drink at Christmas time
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wales
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Eggnog, in the 1800s was nearly always made in large quantities and nearly always used as a social drink. It was commonly served at holiday parties and it was noted by an English visitor in 1866, "Christmas is not properly observed unless you brew egg nogg for all comers; everybody calls on everybod…
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Eggnog tastes Awsome!! I wish they sold it all year round
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Grandma "Grandma got run over by a reindeer" "Walkin home from our house Christmas eve." "You can say there's no such thing as Santa!" "As for me and grampa, we believe!" "she'd been drinkin' too much eggnog." "and we begged her not to go!" "but she'd left her medication," "and she stumble…
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eggnog was created in holland.
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created in East Anglia, England
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Mmmmm...eggnog cheesecake! I have tried a couple of different versions, but my favorite is Kim's Eggnog Cheesecake from the AllRecipes web site. See the related link below to find the recipe.
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Advacat
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yes it's safe because the eggs are pasteurized and the semolina is gone home made isn't safe because it's made from raw eggs
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It is commonly recommended that you use 1 part rum per 5 parts eggnog. So, if you have 5 cups of eggnog, use 1 cup of rum.
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Eggnog, a sweetened drink made of milk, cream and eggs, is a popular drink around the holidays. Etymologists believe the word eggnog stems from the word "noggin," which meant small wooden cup in medieval times.
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I dont know...but i got diarrhea too after my very first time of trying egg nog...
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There is nowhere you can buy eggnog year round.
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You can buy Borden Eggnog online: http://www.bordeneggnog.com/purchase.asp
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Eggnog is not sold all year anywhere, because it is a beverage specific to the Christmas holiday in December.
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Eggnog does NOT contain yeast.
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Yes. Energy drinks Espresso Evian water
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Yes because it has milk and eggs, it can spoil.
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By definition, yes.
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Yes, some companies still sell it in a can. Borden's is one brand that does.
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An unopened bottle of Pennsylvania Dutch egg nog will be good for up to seven months. This variety of egg nog contains alcohol.
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Eggnog usually starts appearing in the stores around Thanksgiving. It lasts through the holidays, and starts getting pulled back off shortly after New Year's Day.
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Evan Williams Egg Nog is a cream-based product, made with real Bourbon. Not only does the Bourbon give it a great flavor, but the Bourbon acts as a natural preservative for the product. Because of this, it lasts longer than milk, but not forever. We recommend that it be consumed within 12 months, if…
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Approx. 3 to 5 days.
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December 24th
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I just bought a single quart to put some extra nutmeg in lol and it cost just under 3$.
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Not very long, a couple of days at most. The egg nog still spoils after all.
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Johnsonburg; Alabama
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Drinking to much of it yes. The surgars/raw egg in it will definitely tear your stomach up. However, drinking a small glass here or there will be fine and won't make you sick at all.
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In England, somewhere in East Anglia
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Depends. How sober were you when you asked this? Sober enough.
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East Anglia, England
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There are 220 calories in 1/2 cup.
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Modern eggnog base is made from eggs, milk, heavy cream, salt, sugar, and spices.
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no because the reason its called eggnog is because it is the color of the milk of an egg that's why its called eggnog
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Eggnog is cream colored.
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Yes, but no one knows why.
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Eggnog became popular when wealthy in England started to drink it. It means "an egg in a cup"
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Three ingredients in eggnog are eggs, milk and sugar. Flavorings like vanilla and nutmeg can also be added. Rum is an ingredient in some eggnog.
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It is believed to come from East Anglia, England. So no, England beat us to it.
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Eggs, cream, sugar.
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It depends on if its been refrigerated, and how much it has been contaminated by germs.
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most of the time it's 6 parts mix for every 1 part alcohol. try it then add or take away to suit your tastes.
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No, it is English.
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A sweet drink made with milk/cream, sugar, whipped eggs. and either brandy, rum, whiskey or vodka
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EGGNOG!!!!!
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Sometimes it goes bad on the expiration date, sometimes a week later.
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Yes, Silk nog is egg and dairy free.
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It was created in England in Medieval times
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The eggnog is a farm drink . In early days, the milk was creamed , and the spent milk was mixed with egg yolk to make it thick as a fresh healthy drink for the poor farm workers.In Britain & Europe the drink was popular.The word nog means wooden mug used by the poor farmers to drink ale which th…
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It should state an expiration date somewhere on the package, the "use by" or "sell by" date will work as well. It is usually located on the bottom, side or top of the bottle/carton.
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