Eggnog galore

Eggnog by the New York Times - 1958 recipe
Eggnogg is another winter favorite - besides of mulled wine. However it is more an American favorite. This said, Europeans usually now advocaat a traditional Belgium/Dutch liqueur made from eggs, which is also pretty popular in all other European countries, especially in the winter.

But lets face it: a properly made eggnog is so much better than advocaat.

There are a myriad of recipes floating around the world wide web - and if it comes to traditional eggnog, I would emphasize on Jeffrey Morgenthaler's recipe of a foolproof, super-easy and delicious nog.

When I researched a bit after a recipe [for Skylite] I came across a recipe in the New York Times from 1997. They revived a recipe which was published in 1958 - of a rather edible eggnog. I think this is pretty cool. Boozy dessert - is better than a dessert drink [for me at least].

This post is just to give you the heads up... I will try this - however incorporate modern methods: I will try to make it in an iSi espuma siphon and will also use dulce de leche [because everything creamy is better with dulce de leche].

Stay tuned for the results of my edible Dulce de Leche Eggnog.

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