Eggnog originate from?
Is it a drink
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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 space. supermarkets… off-season.off-season.off-season.off-season.off-season.off-season.off-season.off-season. Since most folks won't buy egg nog other than Christmas time, it's not profitable to make it in the off-season. (MORE)
Egg nog is a sweetened dairy-based beverage made with milk, cream,sugar, beaten eggs (which gives it a frothy texture), and flavouredwith ground cinnamon and nutmeg; alcoholic versions also exist withthe addition of various liquors, such as brandy, rum, whiskey oradvocaat. ========== Egg nog is a ty…pe of mixed drink that can be served hot or cold. Itis a sweetened-dairy based beverage. (MORE)
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.
Home > Recipes . Eggnog Recipe courtesy Alton Brown, 2005 See this recipe on air Friday Dec. 21 at 2:00 AM ET/PT. Show: Good Eats Episode: School of Hard Nogs 4 egg yolks 1/3 cup sugar, plus 1 tablespoon 1 pint whole milk 1 cup heavy cream 3 ounces bourbon 1 teaspoon freshly gr…ated nutmeg 4 egg whites* In the bowl of a stand mixer, beat the egg yolks until they lighten in color. Gradually add the 1/3 cup sugar and continue to beat until it is completely dissolved. Add the milk, cream, bourbon and nutmeg and stir to combine.. Place the egg whites in the bowl of a stand mixer and beat to soft peaks. With the mixer still running gradually add the 1 tablespoon of sugar and beat until stiff peaks form. Whisk the egg whites into the mixture. Chill and serve.. Cook's Note: For cooked eggnog, follow procedure below.. In the bowl of a stand mixer, beat the egg yolks until they lighten in color. Gradually add the 1/3 cup sugar and continue to beat until it is completely dissolved. Set aside.. In a medium saucepan, over high heat, combine the milk, heavy cream and nutmeg and bring just to a boil, stirring occasionally. Remove from the heat and gradually temper the hot mixture into the egg and sugar mixture. Then return everything to the pot and cook until the mixture reaches 160 degrees F. Remove from the heat, stir in the bourbon, pour into a medium mixing bowl, and set in the refrigerator to chill.. In a medium mixing bowl, beat the egg whites to soft peaks. With the mixer running gradually add the 1 tablespoon of sugar and beat until stiff peaks form. Whisk the egg whites into the chilled mixture. . RAW EGG WARNING Food Network Kitchens suggest caution in consuming raw and lightly-cooked eggs due to the slight risk of Salmonella or other food-borne illness. To reduce this risk, we recommend you use only fresh, properly-refrigerated, clean, grade A or AA eggs with intact shells, and avoid contact between the yolks or whites and the shell. (MORE)
Nutmeg is used to flavor eggnog. It is generally added as adecorative spice on top. Some people stir it in while they aremaking it.
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 …of egg and nog, where nog derives either from noggin (ale or a small wooden cup) or from grog (an alcoholic beverage made with rum). Most likely, eggnog originated in Europe. Another origin story has it that it was an occasional fortifying drink in the American colonies, who adapted it with cheap rum to make it a more formidable winter treat. Modern eggnog typically consists of milk, eggs, and sugar mixed together and may be served with or without added spirits. Other ingredients include spices such as nutmeg, cinnamon, or allspice, and frequently the substitution of cream for some portion of the milk, making a much richer drink. Other toppings are vanilla ice cream, eggnog flavored ice cream, and whipped cream. Eggnog is typically served as a Christmas drink or during New Year's eve. Historically, however, it is a winter beverage, not a holiday-specific one. Although eggnog can be produced from "homemade" recipes, ready-made eggnog containing alcohol and "just-add-alcohol" versions are available for purchase in a variety of stores. Whisky, rum, brandy, or cognac can be added to eggnog. Since the 1960s, eggnog has been served cold and without alcohol, both of which are significant departures from its historical origins. In North America, a few soymilk manufacturers offer seasonally-available, soy-based alternatives for vegans and those with dairy or milk allergies. Eggnog also can be added as a flavouring to food or other drinks.. (MORE)
no\n. \n Musings: \n. \nWould you call it noglette? How about Nogstard? Or Egg McNoggin?\n. \n Answer \n. \nI don't think so...*tries frying eggnog*....uh...no.:(\n. \n My Awesome answer \n. \nYes, you probably could fry eggnog, but it would either a)taste terrible b)cause a fi…re c) all of the above Pick one. :P\n. \n Critical Thinking \n. \nYes, but only if you could find a way to contain it in the frier. (MORE)
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
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 …Advocaat, brandy, whiskey or rum. (MORE)
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, nutm…eg, heavy cream, and nutmeg. If it has alcohol, the alcohol is probably going to be bourbon, rum, or brandy. . (MORE)
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…re are many recipes you can prepare using Eggnog. here's a recipe known as Easy Homemade Eggnog. To prepare this drink, you need to have 4 quarts commercial eggnog, Â½ gallon eggnog ice cream, two teaspoons vanilla extract, Â½ teaspoon rum and Â½ teaspoon nutmeg. Get a large bowl and place the ic cream in it and soften it. Add to it vanilla extract and commercial eggnog. Stir it and transfer the drink in the punch bowl. Add Nutmeg to it if needed and serve. Hope this helps. (MORE)
The origin is not clear, but maybe East Anglia in the UK or possibly a Medieval Europe drink made with hot milk
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.
in my home made eggnog, i put in about a cup and a half of rum.
Could have been in East Anglia in the UK. There is also a theory concerning Medieval Europe, but no specific detail
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…y else; and each call is celebrated by a solemn egg-nogging...It is made cold and is drunk cold and is to be commended." Of course, Christmas was not the only day upon which eggnog was popular. In Baltimore it was a tradition for young men to call upon all of their friends on New years day. At each of many homes the strapping fellows were offered a cup of eggnog, and so as they went they became more and more inebriated. It was quite a feat to actually finish one's rounds. (MORE)
Eggnog is related to the milk and wine combinations that had traditionally been made long ago in Europe. However, in Colonial America, rum was used in place of the wine. Rum was commonly called "grog" by the Colonists, so the name eggnog is very likely derived from the descriptive term for this drin…k, "egg-and-grog", which corrupted into egg'n'grog and after a while became known as "eggnog". (MORE)
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.
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.
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.
I dont know...but i got diarrhea too after my very first time of trying egg nog...
Yes, some companies still sell it in a can. Borden's is one brand that does.
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.
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… unopened, and once opened, it should definitely be refrigerated and consumed within 6 months to keep its great taste. If you see that your bottle has gone lumpy or the mixture has separated, we would not recommend drinking it. (MORE)
I just bought a single quart to put some extra nutmeg in lol and it cost just under 3$.
Not very long, a couple of days at most. The egg nog still spoils after all.
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.
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
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.
A sweet drink made with milk/cream, sugar, whipped eggs. and either brandy, rum, whiskey or vodka
6 oz of "Nog" 2 oz of Dark rum 1 oz of Spiced rum 1 oz of Frangelico Mix together thoroughly with a dash of vanilla extract. Pour into tall glass or mug with no ice. Sprinkle top of drink lightly with nutmeg and cinnamon. Enjoy!
Spiced Chocolate Eggnog . Ingredients: . 4 cups dairy eggnog or canned eggnog, chilled . 2 cups cold milk . 1/3 cup HERSHEY'S Chocolate Syrup . 1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg . 1/8 teaspoon ground allspice . 16 oz additional HERSHEY'S Chocolate Syrup . sugar . 3 tablespoons HERSHEY'S C…hocolate Syrup, divided . grated HERSHEY'S Semi-Sweet Chocolatefor Baking . 3 cinnamon sticks . Directions: 1. Combine eggnog, milk, HERSHEY'S Chocolate Syrup, nutmeg and allspice in large pitcher; set aside. 2. Dip rim of three 16-oz pilsner glasses into additional HERSHEY'S Chocolate Syrup, then dip them into sugar. 3. Put 1 tablespoon of HERSHEY'S Chocolate Syrup in the bottom of each prepared glass. 4. Pour eggnog mixture into prepared glasses. Sprinkle with grated chocolate. Garnish with cinnamon stick. Serve immediately. . Serving Size: 16 oz. (0) Amount Per Serving %DV * *Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. . (MORE)
Ingredients . 6 eggs . 1 (14 ounce) can sweetened condensed milk . 1 teaspoon vanilla extract . 1 quart milk . 1/3 pint heavy whipping cream . 1 pinch ground nutmeg . 1 pinch salt . Directions . Beat eggs; mix in condensed milk, vanilla, quart of milk and salt. . Beat the whipping cre…am until soft peaks form. Fold in to egg and milk mixture and sprinkle with nutmeg. Serve chilled. . (MORE)
When you start to get chest pains and/or get incredibly drunk, it's best to stop.
2 X 10 oz packages silken tofu (not firm) 16 oz vanilla soy milk or rice milk 1 1/2 Tbs vanilla extract 1/3 cup sugar 1/4 tsp ground turmeric 1/2 to 1 cup rum or brandy (optional) * Nutmeg In blender or food processor, combine all ingredients except nutmeg. Blend thoroughly, stoppin…g occasionally to scrape down sides of bowl. Serve chilled and sprinkle with nutmeg. * If you omit the rum or brandy, substitute it with apple juice to keep the consistency right. You can add rum or brandy flavoring to the apple juice if you choose. (MORE)
If pasteurized eggs or egg replacements are used, it should be safe to drink. If you choose to use raw, unpasteurized shell eggs, there is the possibility of sharing Salmonella with your Holiday cheer. See Related Links for an eggnog recipe where the eggs are cooked.
No, basic eggnog has no caffeine. It is mainly made of eggs, milk, and cream.
You do not need it if you are making a non-alcoholic eggnog, but you will need it or some other form of alcohol if you want it to be alcoholic.
Brandy, bourbon, and rum are the most common eggnog add-ins. It is also quite good with white chocolate flavored Irish cream. This can usually only be found around the holidays.
Yes - the main ingredients in alchoholic eggnog are milk, cream, eggs, sugar, nutmeg, and vanilla. Some prefer theirs with alchohol in it, such as brandy or whiskey.
Yes. Eggnog is a mixture of milk, cream, eggs, sugar, vanilla, and nutmeg, and sometimes has brandy or whiskey in it. The commercial type is pasteurized so it is completely safe, but with homemade eggnog, you need to find a recipe that uses a cooked egg base since raw eggs can have salmonella, possi…bly resulting in a serious illness. (MORE)
It depends on what Eggnog you are attempting to make. Alcoholic Eggnog has these ingredients: . eggs . whole milk . heavy cream . sugar . salt . vanilla extract . grated nutmeg . bourbon . alcohol of your choice , mainly rum and whiskey. Normal Eggnog contains these ingredients…: . eggs . milk . sugar . vanilla essence . nutmeg, ground. (MORE)
The first ingredient in eggnog is whole milk. The other two major ingredients following whole milk are eggs and heavy cream.
Ingredients. A dozen eggs . Fifth bourbon (optional)- Use 2 to 4 1/2 cups (400ml to 1 liter) . A pint of white rum (optional)- Use 1/2 to 1 1/2 cups (100ml to 350ml) . Half a gallon of milk - Use 1 to 2 cups . A pint and a half of heavy whipping cream (750ml) . A cup and a half of sugar (300g)… . Ground nutmeg, to add flavor- ask your guest if they are allergic to nutmeg before adding to their cup .ground cinnamon . Steps 1. Separate the egg whites from the yolks . It's a good idea to separate the whites from one egg into a small bowl and if the separation is a success (no yolk gets in), pour the whites from that egg into the large bowl. 2. Beat the egg whites . 3. Mix half the sugar into the egg whites . 4. Mix the remaining half of the sugar into the egg yolks . 5. Gently mix the egg yolks into the beaten egg whites while pouring slowly (the goal is to keep the fluffiness of the whites) . 6. Slowly pour the rum into the egg mixture and gently stir it in . 7. Slowly pour the milk into the mixture and gently stir it in . 8. Slowly pour the bourbon into the mixture and gently stir it in . ( 9. Separate half the cream into a mixing bowl and set it aside 10.Pour the other half of the cream into the egg mixture and gently stir it in . 11. Whip the half of the cream in the separate bowl until nearly stiff .. 12. Gently fold the whipped cream into the mixture .. 13. Grate the nutmeg (or just use pre-grated) .. 14. Ladle the eggnog into a punch glass and sprinkle a bit of nutmeg on top of the frothy, tasty eggnog .. 15. Serve to your impressed guests . ^^ ^^ ^^ ^^. (MORE)
Martha mixed rum with her eggnog, because the combination of rum, eggs, sugar and creme -- in the eggnog -- tasted good to her.
Usually common, unless it's the name ofsomething. A dog named Eggnog would be a proper noun. .
COURTESY TO TOM OF TALL CLOVER FARM RECIPE: World's Easiest Eggnog Ice Cream Ingredients . Quart of eggnog . 1 T of bourbon or brandy or rum (optional, though recommended) Equipment: Counter-top ice cream maker Preparation (pour, turn on and eat) . Remove ice-cream-making inser…t from freezer . Place on machine, add paddle insert . Pour in eggnog, leave 2 inches from the top for expansion . Add 1 T of preferred libation (the alcohol adds a smoothness to the ice cream) . Add clear cover, turn on machine . Ice cream is ready when the eggnog is rich, thick and creamy (about 15-20 minutes) (MORE)
Fresh eggs, sugar, white rum, milk, whiskey, whipping cream and ground nutmeg. There are variations
Varieties can be that you add some cinnamon, or other spices.Do as you like and experiment with ingredients. Creativity is more worth than fixedrecipes.
Spiced eggnog is very similar to eggnog punch, but spices are added rather than vanilla ice cream. Some of the possible spices that are added are nutmeg, cinnamon, or vanilla.