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Jigsaw puzzle to play online of two glasses of cold eggnog in front of a Christmas tree. Cinnamon sticks are used as stirring sticks to give the eggnog a richer flavor.

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blackgypsyrose
Dec 20, 2016
Lovely! Brings back memories of drinking warm egg nog on Christmas Eve.
elijah13
Dec 18, 2016
Love egg nog. Grocery shopping tomorrow. Might get some. Quick puzzle!
carolsapple
Jul 16, 2016
Love Eggnog - have even put it into coffee in the am. There's a store here that during the xmas holidays serves Eggnog. When you taste it you quickly realize that it's spiked.
fiestyolelady
Nov 16, 2015
I love homemade eggnog. I may have some for breakfast. it has no alcohol.
tomandray
Jan 14, 2016
Hi Fiestyolelady....We forgot all about the eggnog this past Christmas! Oh and I love it with rum and nutmeg. What a wonderful treat. I usually make eggnog cookies with my spritz cookie shooter. Oh, missed doing that. Oh well.....Thank you for reminding me. There's always next Christmas. Only 346 days to go! :))))))
wolfemel012
Dec 28, 2014
ME LOVE EGGNOG!!!!!!
cindyj28
Dec 4, 2014
I used to drink eggnog when I was a child and still love it today. Buy it now tho, but I used to make it.
pixipixil
Dec 4, 2014
In the old days we wern't afraid to use raw eggs to make it. I never got sick. But now we are told there's danger from salmonella so we have to buy manufactured eggnog that's been pasteurized or whatever to prevent that.
OzSomeOne
Dec 5, 2014
I have my dear mother's hand-written explicit instructions on how to make her eggnog. When she died, I became the official Eggnog Maker! Her recipe uses milk, egg yolks & sugar - but they are cooked slowly in a big pot on the stove. If done right, it gets nice & thick. (the only thing raw is the egg whites which are whipped and added after it's chilled). It's almost the same as how she made ice cream, just not frozen. I don't like the store-bought kind - has kind of a chemical taste to it.
cindyj28
Dec 5, 2014
I am going to have to try that.
trynfindit
Dec 5, 2014
Pixi, I think the "egg scare" came because some people would leave eggs out on the counter where they went bad. I can't imagine doing that; have always been taught to keep eggs in the fridge. I'm not afraid to use eggs in anything I make.If I've had any that have been around for a while I do one of the tests to measure freshness. If I don't like the results of the test, the eggs to in the garbage.
pixipixil
Dec 5, 2014
We had chickens and those eggs were out in the coop nearly a week before we would get to our house (on weekends only then). They never went bad. I think the shells may not be properly washed and breaking the egg allows the shell to contaminate the egg itself. Anyway, my grandmother usedto make eggnogg with raw eggs and we never had trouble.
trynfindit
Dec 5, 2014
Exactly. I'm tired of the "scare police" telling us that everything in the world is bad for us (not that I believed most of it in the first place). My slogan is: "scientists are bad for your health."
seaview
Dec 6, 2014
I like your slogan trynfindit. I feel the same way. When my Mom was having us kids she was anemic after giving birth to one of her 5 daughters and guess what they gave her a lot of in the hospital back then to build her her iron back up and build her back up? Good old fashioned eggnog!
You probably couldn't even get an eggnog in the hospital nowadays & if you could I bet it wouldn't be an old fashioned real eggnog we had as kids & we never had any sickness or problems from having eggnogs either.
I bet if I told the hospital what my Mom got in the hospital years ago for being anemic they would laugh me out of there.
I think the old ways are better ways a lot of the time too!
pixipixil
Dec 6, 2014
I remember when the diet for losing weight was eggs and steak. That was supposed to be good for you. Next they went to some back country that was supposed to have the most old people in the world and they ate cheese so that was healthy. Then there was the cranberry sauce causes cancer scare.
Woody Allen made fun of all these diet mavins in a movie wherre he comes back in the future and they are telling folks to eat bacon.
seaview
Dec 6, 2014
Did you see the headline recently of the woman that is 105 or is it 106 and she credits her long life to eating bacon every day, lol. I saw her on here in the headlines last year too.
Never heard about the cranberry scare but seems they are always trying to scare people with something.
My Grandmas would both be laughing their heads off if they were still around about all the food scares.
pixipixil
Dec 6, 2014
Missed it but I like the way she eats!
seaview
Dec 6, 2014
Ha ha ha pixi. I like the way she eats too & I wish I could eat like that & get away with it. Bacon every day, yum yum, lol!!!
pixipixil
Dec 7, 2014
Except for maybe ice cream there isn't much adding some bacon wouldn't improve!
OzSomeOne
Dec 7, 2014
My dad is just 3 months shy of 99. He eats bacon & eggs every morning, often a hamburger for lunch & just cold cereal for supper. Also drinks black coffee all day long & smokes a pipe. He says he needs the bacon to keep his joints greased up, the coffee to keep him awake, and the pipe to relax. I'm hoping I got his genes!
seaview
Dec 7, 2014
Wow that is so funny ozsomeone. I would love that breakfast especially. Bacon to keep his joints greased up huh. Never heard that before but sounds good to get your bacon every morning. I bet your Dad can get a laugh from people all the time. Boy I would be hoping I got his genes too if it was my Dad!
pixipixil
Dec 7, 2014
Me too. Nobody in my family got to 99.
Jrea73
Dec 8, 2014
I have truly enjoyed reading today's post's! I honestly think these so called "scares" is just to get us to buy their "safe " stuff which I think causes more harm. The less chemicals the better if you ask me. I would love to have a good eggnog recipe if anyone wants to share one. :)
seaview
Dec 8, 2014
Boy is that ever true. All we have to do is look at the ingredients on all the garbage in the store & most of it isn't even food. I think that is why people have so many health problems, cant put garbage in our bodies & expect good results or miracles. If we make things homemade at least we know whats in it. People were way better off before all the fast convenient food came out.
I am trying to think of how I can give you my eggnog recipe since I never measure & go by taste.
I use whole milk just to cut out some of that fat in creamer. You can use creamer but way more fat & all. I use whole raw eggs & have for years & I think that's another scare thing with raw eggs & have never had anyone sick over it.
I don't know how many eggs per cup of milk I use since I don't measure it but looked it up & they are showing 6 eggs per quart of milk. I am positive I use less like maybe 4 per quart but you can adjust to suit your taste.
Sugar of course to suit your taste. I don't like it super sweet but adjust to taste.
I add vanilla & probably 1 tablespoon per quart or a little more.
Also some rum flavoring (extract) & do that to taste or leave out if you don't like rum flavor as some don't.
You can throw some nutmeg in or sprinkle a little in the top of your mug or glass right before you drink it.
I use cinnamon too or will have both spices in it.
Forgot to mention that I start out throwing the milk in a blender & eggs next & blend then add sugar & blend well & extracts next then spice last or leave out & sprinkle in your mug. I usually add to blender to be faster & not have to mess with it. Blend well till frothy like.
I would start out with a small amount till you get it the way you like it & also if you start with too much milk you might not have enough room in blender for everything & you can always make more.
I know this is a pretty rough guide but just taste & you will get it perfect for you!
pixipixil
Dec 8, 2014
Sounds right to me. I agree the recipe you looked at does seem heavy on the eggs.
OzSomeOne
Dec 8, 2014
Mom's Eggnog: Pour 1 gal whole milk into large "dutch oven" pot & heat til scalded (do not boil & do not let the bottom get scorched). Separate 1 doz eggs - (cover bowl of whites & set aside, not in frig) - beat the yolks, slowly adding 2C sugar & 1t salt, beat til thick & pale.
When milk is scalding hot, set bowl of yolks near pan of milk, take a cup of milk & pour into yolks while stirring. Then another & another til you've scooped about a third of it over & the yolk mixture is quite runny. (this is so the eggs don't curdle) Now add the yolk mixture back into the hot milk while stirring. Keeping heating & stir constantly with wooden spoon til it coats the spoon. This can take quite a long time, but it's better if it's cooked til it thickens. Then remove from heat & cool quickly (I set the pan in sink of ice water), then put in frig overnite.
Next morning, beat (room-temp) whites & 1/4 t salt til stiff, then slowly beat in 1C sugar. Whisk stiff whites + 2t vanilla into the milk mixture. Sprinkle with cinnamon.
I have found it easier to cut this recipe down to 3/4 - it makes it much easier to handle when the pot's not completely full.
pixipixil
Dec 9, 2014
That's a true chef's recipe. I don't think oour family ever went to that much trouble but it sounds fantastic.
Jrea73
Dec 9, 2014
:) Thanks everyone for the eggnog recipes! Looking forward to trying them. My sister and I have been wanting a good homemade recipe. A eggnog toast too all my puzzle pals. :)
KwkClkrSwkr68
Dec 6, 2014
I drink the lower calorie at Christmastime.
misty76leigh
Dec 6, 2014
I tried eggnog once when I was little. It was okay. Now, I wouldn't be able to drink it. I am really sensitive to eggs. :(
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