Saturday, December 20, 2008

20 oz cup

On the 20th day of Christmas the Chippys gave to me

20 cups of eggnog

days of Christmas 028

Ok, what happened?  Did Patsy escape Rehab? Dang nambit

19 purple bottles, 18 vintage deer, 17 clock/watch faces, 16 jars of milk glass,15 old santas, 14 days in Warrenton, 13 weeks of rehab, 12 lottles of biquor, 11 crystal cloches, 10 silver hollowware, 9 old bottles, 8 chippy tables, 7 vintage quilts, 6 ironstone platters

5 JUNK NECK LA CES

4 branding irons, 3 legged stool, 2 butter pats and a

BABY HEAD IN A FIR TREE

We've got more up our elfin sleeves!

Merry Merry, xo lulu&Lauri

The following recipe is the ONLY eggnog I drink.  Once you taste a sample of this batch you'll understand why.

TWEETIE'S CAJUN EGGNOG

1 quart half 'n half

1 quart heavy whipping cream

8 eggs, separated into two bowls

1/2 cup sugar

1 cup rum (preferably golden)

1 cup brandy or apple jack

nutmeg, freshly ground or store bought

  • In medium bowl, whip the egg whites until the whites are shiny. set aside.

In large bowl (I mean Texas-sized Large bowl) add the sugar to the egg yolks. Mix on medium speed until sugar is incorporated.

With mixer on low speed...S-L-O-W-L-Y add the liquor in a thin stream. (If you don't add it slowly you will COOK the eggs!)

Once all liquor is incorporated add whipping cream.  Add the half-n-half.  Once they are mixed gently fold the egg whites into the nog on low speed.  Sprinkle with nutmeg.

Keep cold.  If you still have some leftover the next day you need to practice for next year!  This will put a hitch in yer giddy up!

enjoy....xoxo lulu

2 comments:

Moonlight Hollow Musings said...

I definitely need a hitch in my giddy up! I am not a fan of egg nog, but I must admit that this recipe sounds pretty dang good. I think it would be better if you eliminated the eggs and all that spice stuff...basically, keep the cream (when you see me, you will understand that I love butter and cream!)and rum and brandy. Hell, throw out the cream too. Rum and brandy. Happy Yew Near!

Malisa

Primitiques 'n Poetry said...

This sounds tasty. But, I'll say it again...if you want a ready made egg nog...hit your local liquor store and git yerself some Pennsylvania Dutch Egg Nog. The northerners have it "down" when it comes to this stuff! YUM! ~Mindy

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