egg nog

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A drink make from eggs beaten with milk, cream, and sugar, often spiked with rum or other alcoholic liquor, and sometimes seasoned with cinnamon; usually spelled eggnog. It is a traditional drink served at social gatherings during the Christmas season.

See also: Nog

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The Frenchman soon joined the German and the sheriff in the hall, who compelled him to take a seat with them at the table, where, by the aid of punch, wine, and egg nog, they soon extracted from the complaisant Monsieur Le Quoi the nature of his visit, it was evident that he had made the offer, as a duty which a well- bred man owed to a lady in such a retired place, before he had left the country, and that his feelings were but very little, if at all, interested in the matter.
Eggnog, egg nog or egg-nog, historically also known as milk punch or egg milk punch, is a rich, chilled, sweetened, dairy-based beverage.
31, try doughnuts such as the Peppermint Bark Old Fashioned ($2.75), Gingerbread Stan ($2.75) or the croissant-donut Egg Nog LeStan ($4.99).
But in the meantime, grab a glass of wine or egg nog, turn on some Bing Crosby, Nat King Cole or whatever holiday soundtrack you prefer and just slow down for a few minutes.
PS - If you're wondering, our menu includes: turkey (roasted or smoked), ham, cornbread dressing, green bean casserole, sweet potato souffle, mashed potatoes, gravy, canned cranberry jelly, cranberry relish from Publix, apple pie, pumpkin pie, and an egg nog pie.
It's sprayed in milk chocolate and served alongside a whiskey egg nog sauce, and though first impressions are of an Easter nest - the sort made with melted cheap chocolate and Shredded Wheat - a hit of piney spruce salt and the earthiness of the moss itself brings it right up to date.
Granted Egg Nog is usually a traditional dessert drink, but this version from Angry Orchard can work easily for dinner as well.
While most office parties consist of a big of egg nog and the chance of a passionate kiss by the photocopier, it seems the cast of Corrie prefer to do things in much more grand style.
I still love Christmas carols, still hate egg nog, and I have no problem with mall Santas and cashiers who wish me "Merry Christmas!" as they hand me my change.