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FOOD ALERT! Egg Nog is in the stores.
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  1. #41
    Walmart has had my FAVORITE - Southern Comfort Vanilla Spice - for a couple of weeks.

    IMO nothing tastes better than this.

    I go through 2 - 3 cartons a week.

    I really hope this is healthy for you.

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    To thicken home made egg nog to make it more like the store bought I think you can use xanthan gum or guar gum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coulter View Post
    Walmart has had my FAVORITE - Southern Comfort Vanilla Spice - for a couple of weeks.

    IMO nothing tastes better than this.

    I go through 2 - 3 cartons a week.

    I really hope this is healthy for you.
    It is and it's zero calories, so guilt free. Nyuk.

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    Eggnog has been in the store here for about a month. I like eggnog and Captain Morgan Spiced Rum, in fact I am having it now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bad Hand View Post
    Eggnog has been in the store here for about a month. I like eggnog and Captain Morgan Spiced Rum, in fact I am having it now.
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    Walmart has had my FAVORITE - Southern Comfort Vanilla Spice - for a couple of weeks.

    IMO nothing tastes better than this.

    I go through 2 - 3 cartons a week.

    I really hope this is healthy for you.
    Goes good with moonshine as well!

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    I'd like to thank Ainit for posting the link to the recipe for eggnog pie. I had never heard of any recipes with eggnog, and I have a gazillion cookbooks! Maybe there is a recipe in one of them, but I never spotted it!

    Anyhow, I would never drink eggnog...it's way too rich. However, I could see the possibilities of it being put in different recipes, so I used my search engine (Start Page) to find recipes using it.
    After all, what is custard pie but the ingredients in eggnog? And, both bread and rice puddings use the same ingredients as eggnog.....milk, eggs, sugar and a few spices.

    I was amazed at how many there are....pages and pages of links to recipes for cookies, cakes, muffins, pies, pancakes, waffles, scones, breads, puddings, and even ice cream. I printed a bunch of them, and hope to be having fun trying out some of these treats, while eggnog is still in season. Anyone know if it can be frozen to use, later?

    I bought my first quart of the stuff, this week...you might want to check out the ingredients, if your store stocks several brands, which mine did. I opted for the most expensive, because I could tell the ingredients were of a higher quality. Some used high fructose syrup and other things I prefer to avoid.

    So, thanks, again, Ainit! You started something that sounds like fun!

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    It's all gone for another 10 months or so.
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  9. #49
    It's been out here since Thanksgiving. I don't like it but my brother does so I get him a quart or two.

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    Thanks for the reminder. I of course want to hit YouTube and learn how to make home made. Eggnog is really good.

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    Heather and her dad are vampires . . . .

    Heather and her friend Kelly drink eggnog. Kelly has had about eighteen or so.

    Heather explains eggnog to Kelly - "It's like the stuff mayonnaise is made out of but has rum in it."

    Hilarity ensues, I love the Dad in this series. Of course his one goal in life is to inadvertently embarrass his daughter.

    Language Warning (3:39 runtime)

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  12. #52
    Grabbed the last quart of Organic Valley Eggnog from our local natural food store tonight!!!
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    I reckon there's an up-side to this.

    Egg nog is like 10,000 calories a glass.

    Yesterday I dug out my carhart bib overalls, it was a major struggle to get my fat ass in them AND tie my boots.



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    Saw this on TV last week and tried it over the weekend - really good

    Make French Toast and use Egg Nog instead of milk - did ours with some maple syrup

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    A local store had a sign saying "Don't suffer Eggnog Withdrawal. Buy extra and freeze it."
    Too late now, but I should have listened.

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    BH.....thanks for the idea of using it to make French toast! I'll try that, tomorrow!

    Thanks to this post, I printed off a lot of recipes using eggplant...so far, made cookies, a bread with mixed chopped candied fruits, and a pumpkin/eggnog pie. Plus one other dish a lot like bread pudding. All very good.

    My daughter said she didn't have good luck with frozen eggnog, and I didn't think to ask her, but I'm guessing she meant for drinking, not using in cooking. She'd been giving a lot of it to her husband, when he was so ill with Hep. B (or was it C?) ......he loved the eggnog, and would drink a lot of that.

    I'm going to have to check the local stores and see if any still have it...I get the ultra pasteurized kind, and the qt. in the frig is good until the end of this month.

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