"Lauradog" <lauradog@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Lauradog wrote:
John Oliver wrote:
On Fri, 02 Oct 2009 18:49:38 -0600, Wes Struebing <strueb@xxxxxxxxxxx>

On Thu, 1 Oct 2009 21:06:52 -0600, "needles" <briticanj@xxxxxxxxxxx>

Please be advised that the supermarkets are now selling *Eggnog*
My husband bought his 'six-pack' today.
Already!? Sheesh! The apocalypse IS upon us...


I've almost forgotten what its like. Not sold in Australia - or at
least I haven't found it.
John Oliver
AIM or MSN jdoliver98

Ah, but fresh eggnog is so much better. My mother used to make it every
year back in the day when we didn't worry about salmonella. She'd beat
milk, egg, and vanilla to a froth, then sprinkle with nutmeg. Alcohol of
choice could be added.
Sue D.
Oops, left out the sugar. Definitely need the sugar.
Sue D.

Yum. Eggnog. It should be available year 'round ;-)



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