Origin of eggnogegg + nog
a thick drink made of beaten eggs, milk, sugar, and nutmeg, often containing whiskey, rum, etc.
A drink made of milk or cream, sugar, eggs, and flavorings that are beaten together and often mixed with a liquor such as rum or brandy.
Origin of eggnogegg 1 nog ale
- Drowning your sorrows in eggnog will only make you feel worse in the long run.
- Baking Christmas cookies, drinking eggnog or making Christmas dinner in the comfort of your pajamas may be a holiday ritual you look forward to every year if you can do it in pajamas you feel comfortable in.
- The song and its story of a grandmother who overindulges in eggnog, leaves a party to return home for her medication and is taken out by Santa's reindeer became an audience favorite at Elmo and Patsy shows.
- While you've probably heard of some of the traditional ones, like eggnog and hot apple cider, there are a lot more recipes that you can add to your arsenal.
- Although most people associate eggnog with liquor and the holidays, the non-alcoholic variety is for sale in grocery stores in cartons throughout the year.