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Posted: 04-Dec-2016, 07:12 PM
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Homemade Eggnog

6 Large Eggs
1 Cup Heavy Cream
2 Cups Whole Milk
1 Cup Sugar
1 Cup booze of your choice
Cinnamon Sticks


Separate the egg yolks from the egg whites.
Mix the sugar and egg yolks until creamy.
In a separate bowl add your heavy whipping cream and blend until it begins to thicken. Slowly, add in the milk, then booze.
Add the blended sugar/egg yolk to the milk and cream mixture until well blended.
In a separate bowl, whisk the egg whites until they begin to form stiff peaks.
Fold the egg whites into the eggnog.
Serve with a cinnamon stick.

Over the years, I have tried several eggnog recipes and this is the result of that experiment!

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Posted: 13-Dec-2016, 11:23 AM
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Mid-19th Century Christmas Pudding

Hopefully one of these video links work. This one is for tumblr: https://tmblr.co/Z47POq2FX-T08

and this one is FB: https://www.facebook.com/HRPalaces/?fref=ts

And if neither one of those work, the recipe is as follows:

3oz flour
3oz breadcrumbs
6oz raisins, chopped
6oz dried currants, chopped
4oz fresh apple, chopped
2 oz candied orange peel, chopped
nutmeg (use judgment, but shown is about 1tsp)
3 eggs (beaten)

Combine above ingredients and stir well. Then add:
1 gill brandy
salt (go with about 2 tsp).
5 oz white sugar
6 oz suet (this is KIDNEY FAT, not the stuff sitting in the meat department. Ask for it specifically at your butcher)

Take a large piece of cloth, such as muslin (natural fiber), and flour the top side. Scoop in contents of the bowl. Tie the cloth up in a ball, and place into boiling water to cover the batter. Boil (keep replenishing the water, so keep an eye on it) 3 hours. Remove from cloth to a plate; allow to cool some before serving.

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Posted: 11-Dec-2017, 10:46 AM
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*bump* C'mon kids, time to make the goodies!
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Posted: 15-Nov-2018, 01:11 PM
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QUOTE (MDF3530 @ 27-Nov-2005, 04:34 PM)
Here's one I found in an old copy of Betty Crocker's Good & Easy Cook Book. I'm going to make it for the first time this year...



Baked 9" pie shell
1 envelope unflavored gelatin
3 tbsp. cold water
2 cups egg nog
1 cup whipped cream
1/4 cup sugar
1/4 tsp. salt
2 tsp. vanilla flavoring (extract)
1/2 tsp. almond extract


Soften gelatin in cold water. Warm egg nog over direct low heat; stir in gelatin and continue heating until dissolved. Chill until partially set. Then beat until smooth. Into whipped cream, beat sugar, salt & flavorings; fold into egg nog mix. Pour into baked pie shell. Chill 2-4 hours

Haha, being a food junkie, i have already started collecting my Christmas recipes one month early, i guess i will try this out and learn to perfect the final product before time catches up on me.. looks yummy, i love anything with an egg in it. tongue.gif

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I'm pretty sure this is the recipe my mother used at Thanksgiving. It wasn't bad, as far as custard pies go. I happen to like them, but I'm in the minority in my family. If anything I think I would've seen if I could get away with a slightly deeper pie dish.
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