December 11, 2009

Your Gateway to Eggnog

Eggnog. What a disgusting sounding composite word made up of two other unappetizing words.

Hence my reason for avoiding this seasonal treat like the plague as a child. It wasn't until a few years ago when I was awakened to its noggy wonder. On a Christmas visit to my Aunt's house, she served us a dessert concoction, equal parts rainbow sherbet and egg nog. Not blended, but served as a part runny, part hard shake.

Wow. It was wonderful. A rich and yet fruity dessert that opened me up into the world of nog. While I still only rarely drink it alone, that sherbet drink is a holiday staple at our house, as is mixing it in with your coffee in lieu of cream and sugar.

If you, like me, think that drinking the nog of an egg sounds disgusting, give one of the alternatives a try this Christmas. And please report your findings. Also, let me know if you've had a pleasant experience with eggnog in some other child-friendly concoction.


Eric Olsen said...

also, yes i spell it "sherbert" too. but i hate seeing the auto-correct red line in my posts, so i caved and changed it.

Meghan said...

That's a very interesting drink - never though eggnog would pair well with a fruity taste but I should give it a try! I usually get the "Holiday Nog" which really has no egg in it at all, and I recently saw Soy Nog!

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