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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.



    Why is it that as soon as you put on base layer, thermals, pants, and overalls....you gotta pee?

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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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    WOO-HOO!!

    That time of year again.

    Got rum?
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    Already on it! Love that stuff.

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    not yet...……..
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    I'm not a fan of eggnog, but eggnog cookies are yummy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis Olson View Post
    Still 85 here.
    Had snow yesterday and today, and it's 33 degrees F. right now. Anyway, egg nog has been in the stores about a week in my end of the swamp.

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    For those doing Keto here's a good recipe I use:

    Creamy Delicious Keto Eggnog

    2 cups heavy cream
    1 cup coconut milk
    4 large eggs
    3-4 tablespoons granulated Splenda (or your choice of sweetener to taste)
    7.5 ounces rum
    1 tablespoon vanilla
    2 teaspoons cinnamon
    1 teaspoon allspice

    1. Get all your ingredients together.

    2. In a mixing bowl, put your 2 cups of heavy cream and 1 cup of coconut milk.

    3. In separate containers, separate 3 eggs into whites and yolks.

    4. Whip your egg whites until peaks form.

    5. Whisk your egg yolks until they are creamy.

    Add your egg yolks to the coconut milk and heavy cream, whisking it in so that it’s mixed well.

    6. Mix the egg whites into the cream/coconut milk well.

    7. Add your vanilla to the mixture.

    8. Add your spices to the mixture, this is where you can add your sweetener to taste.

    9. Mix the ingredients well together, ensuring that there are no lumps in the mixture.

    10. In a container, whisk an egg together until it is consistent throughout (no whites showing). Mix it into your eggnog.

    11. Now the rum! Measure out however much you want, of course – the more the better! Pour it into your egg not and mix well.

    12. Enjoy! Adjust your sweeteners/spices if need be, I usually add a little bit more because I like the flavor punch.

    Put this in the refrigerator OVERNIGHT. Let it settle, otherwise it will be a bit too foamy for most.

    This makes a total of 5 servings of Creamy Delicious Keto Eggnog. Each serving comes out to be 559.8 Calories, 45.41g Fats, 4.59g Net Carbs, and 7.8g Protein.\

    https://www.ruled.me/creamy-keto-eggnog/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bardou View Post
    For those doing Keto here's a good recipe I use:

    Creamy Delicious Keto Eggnog

    Can you recommend some Keto rum?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Millwright View Post
    Can you recommend some Keto rum?
    Sure, you can have any rum you like because rum contains 0 - zero carbohydrates. Whisky, vodka, bourbon, gin, all have 0 carbohydrates. Drink up!
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    Can I come up and be your taste tester???? Sounds absolutely yummy.

    Too much sugar in egg nog for me to drink anymore (bummer!!!) but I used to guzzle that stuff when I could.
    My favorite store brand was Atlanta dairies. Delicious and addictive-just like their buttermilk.

    Quote Originally Posted by Michiana MaJo View Post
    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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    Quote Originally Posted by Bardou View Post
    Sure, you can have any rum you like because rum contains 0 - zero carbohydrates. Whisky, vodka, bourbon, gin, all have 0 carbohydrates. Drink up!
    Howzabouts wine & asparagus?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Millwright View Post
    We just had our first frost.

    That denotes coffee and Bailey's being legal in the morning.
    Had first snow weeks ago, followed by temps in the 70s natch.

    MmmMm. Food porn thread at it's finest! Will definitely try these recipes & the suggested additions!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Millwright View Post
    Howzabouts wine & asparagus?
    The drier the wine (white Sauvignon Blanc and red Pinot Noir) have the less carbs per glass - IIRC 3 carbs for 6 ounces. Asparagus is low in carbs too, but it makes your urine smell so don't freak out thinking you have a dreadful disease!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bardou View Post
    The drier the wine (white Sauvignon Blanc and red Pinot Noir) have the less carbs per glass - IIRC 3 carbs for 6 ounces. Asparagus is low in carbs too, but it makes your urine smell so don't freak out thinking you have a dreadful disease!

    Hmmm

    Cow, Wine & a few veggies.

    What's not to like?
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    I probably drink 20 gallons of Eggnog during the season....yup I love the stuff...BUT I think Booze just ruins it....frankly.

    But its not at my local store yet....damn.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Millwright View Post
    Braum's just started getting it in the stores this week.
    It cant get much better than Braums. They must sell a truckload of eggnog a week at the 2 stores near me, during season

    Braums products are truly higher quality than any store around here.

    I remember when Mr. Braums started, operated, and bk'd his Peter Pan Ice Cream stores. He learned from his errors, regrouped, and his Braums stores are seemingly doing great!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Millwright View Post
    Hmmm

    Cow, Wine & a few veggies.

    What's not to like?
    I'll just take the wine and get a buzz. I've never been a vodka/whiskey/bourbon/rum drinker. Got deathly sick on it to the point I was hugging the toilet and barfing my brains out. That cured me from ever drinking the stuff again - IIRC, it was rum and coke or could been Crown Royal. That was over 50 years ago.....
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    Glad for the reminder; thanks everyone! I like mine with amaretto.
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    Had my first “Christmas in a Cup” from Starbucks......eggnog latte. Yum

    Old Reliable.....thank you for thategg not recipe. My father use to just beat up an egg and add milk, teaspoon of sugar and sprinkle with nutmeg and that was our egg nog, never tasted egg now g until I got married,

    BTW, a quart of egg nog with a cup of Southern Comfort makes the smoothest tasting alcoholic egg nog. FYI
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis Olson View Post
    Only one G in nog there, big boy. And I got my first quart at HEB last week. You’re so slow....
    Going to HEB this morning for some other things. The elixir of the season will be on the list.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Millwright View Post
    WOO-HOO!!

    That time of year again.

    Got rum?
    Absolutely! What is Egg Nog without rum?! Gotta stock up on our next trip into town. It should be in the stores by now.

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    I saw the Phillips "pre-fortified" nog at the liquor store last week. Spent many a cold winter day outside sharing a quart of that in a brown paper bag with friends. A sleigh-riding necessity (plus a horse that knows to "whoa" when you dump the sleigh over), ice-fishing, or around a bonfire. The stock-up last week was prolly more for deer shack supply rather than early Christmas though...

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    I am a fiend for the nog as well, non boozy tho for a dollop in the daily coffee with a hint of nutmeg. I am going to tackle an eggnog pie recipe with duck eggs later for the holidays too.

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    In Canada, Egg nog also comes out after Thanksgiving......

    But our Thanksgiving was on October 14, so we have been drinking the stuff for almost a month.

    Getting sick of it already - lay off for a month and it will be a treat for Christmas again.
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