Eggnog for the holidays (Or: An American tradition)

A few weeks ago Marco and I went to Kelly’s expat store for eggnog. This is a traditional drink which is served in Canada and the United States during the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays. It’s a milk drink with egg mixed in. You also have some types with alcohol mixed in as well.

Borden egg nog

We actually picked up this carton for one of my friends, my “taalcoach” (language coach) from SamenSpraak. I’m actually not a fan of eggnog but maybe he will be!

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Categories: Food, Holidays | Tags: , , | 2 Comments

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2 thoughts on “Eggnog for the holidays (Or: An American tradition)

  1. I make my own small batch each year to be drunk while putting up the Christmas tree. I have a recipe on my blog for anyone who doesn’t have easy access to a shop that sells the stuff.

    • That’s a sweet tradition, only drinking it when you put up the tree. I could get behind that (in small doses). Nice recipe too. 🙂

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