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500 eggnogs
fishinguitarman Offline
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And some baileys?
Ram27 Offline
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Congrats "Sniper Ray" .




ram27bat
fishinguitarman Offline
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Lmao! Thanks buddy!
frankj1 Offline
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you older gents did an admirable job cleaning up the old 500.
USNGunner Online
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fishinguitarman wrote:
And some baileys?


Heresy!

Courtesy of Alton Brown.

https://altonbrown.com/eggnog-recipe/

AGED EGGNOG

12 large eggs (pasteurized if you need peace of mind)
1 pound sugar
1 pint half-n-half
1 pint whole milk
1 pint heavy cream
1 cup Jamaican rum
1 cup cognac
1 cup bourbon
1 teaspoon freshly grated nutmeg (plus more for serving)
1/4 teaspoon kosher salt

Separate the eggs and store the whites for another purpose.
Beat the yolks with the sugar and nutmeg in a large mixing bowl until the mixture lightens in color and falls off the whisk in a solid “ribbon.”
Combine dairy, booze and salt in a second bowl or pitcher and then slowly beat into the egg mixture.
Move to a large glass jar (or a couple of smaller ones) and store in the fridge for a minimum of 2 weeks. A month would be better, and two better still. In fact, there’s nothing that says you couldn’t age it a year, but I’ve just never been able to wait that long. (And yes, you can also drink it right away.)
Serve in mugs or cups topped with a little extra nutmeg grated right on top.

This stuff is amazing! Nothing like that "pudding" you get in the cartons. Sick


I have aged this stuff in the fridge a long time, longest was 2 years and it was great! Give it a shot, but make it now, the longer it sits, the better.
Ram27 Offline
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frankj1 wrote:
you older gents did an admirable job cleaning up the old 500.






Thank you frank.....Herfing fog Herfing
fishinguitarman Offline
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Hey Ram! Who is HE callin older!?!?!?
frankj1 Offline
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HA!
I'm 66.5, but very immature.
fishinguitarman Offline
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HA! You’re older than me!!!!
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frankj1 wrote:
HA!
I'm 66.5, but very immature.

How many fingers is that Think
fishinguitarman Offline
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DrafterX Offline
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Is this the new 500..?? Huh
fishinguitarman Offline
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Yessir
delta1 Offline
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why is eggnog only served at this time of the year?


and is there a less appetizing name, or combination of letters, for a drink?


what other types of nogs are there?
opelmanta1900 Offline
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Called a guy a douchenog once but I don't think it's a real thing... Just being festive with my insults...
opelmanta1900 Offline
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Daughter is better, son is worse... Got to the doctor And his tummy hurt... Made it almost into a stall before he blew chunks...
USNGunner Online
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delta1 wrote:
why is eggnog only served at this time of the year?


and is there a less appetizing name, or combination of letters, for a drink?


what other types of nogs are there?


In Britain nog is a strong ale. Basically any alcoholic drink with eggs could be considered a nog. Tom and Jerries, punches, what ever.
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USNGunner wrote:
In Britain nog is a strong ale. Basically any alcoholic drink with eggs could be considered a nog. Tom and Jerries, punches, what ever.


Guessing eggnog isn't a healthy beverage. Custard based with extra fat?
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Chili tonight.
opelmanta1900 Offline
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made a pot 2 nights ago... you do fresh cornbread?
Sunoverbeach Offline
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Eggnog has never been healthy, but is soooo good. Even the pudding in the carton

For names, I've always thought Grog sounded rather unappealing
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Didn't get much sleep. Tried the couch downstairs, but was too cold and when I finally did doze off, wife woke me cause roofers had a question about vent location.

Earplugs and earmuffs got me sleeping around noon. Then at 2pm woke up cause the bed was shaking. Whole house rattling while they loaded new shingles on the roof.

Fell asleep again around 330-4 then wife woke me at 430 to tell me they were leaving for the day... She said she thought I was off tonight and would want to be up. Wtf

Back to work.
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8trackdisco wrote:
Chili tonight.

Hot tamale....

Anxious
tonygraz Offline
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Just thinking the other day that it has been a long time since I've had egg nog. Maybe around Xmas we can change that.
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8trackdisco wrote:
Guessing eggnog isn't a healthy beverage. Custard based with extra fat?


And a metric butt ton of alcohol. Beer
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dkeage wrote:
Hot tamale....

Anxious

ah, Mexican weather forecast.
USNGunner Online
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frankj1 wrote:
ah, Mexican weather forecast.


Damned if I don't love those! Pray
8trackdisco Offline
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opelmanta1900 wrote:
you do fresh cornbread?


Nah man. I Don't like rap.
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Warmed up some chili, dropped a piece of cornbread in, scrambled it up and I'm eating it straight from the pot like a hobo... Fur reals dawg...
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opelmanta1900 wrote:
Warmed up some chili, dropped a piece of cornbread in, scrambled it up and I'm eating it straight from the pot like a hobo... Fur reals dawg...


LOL. I do that all the time. No sense dirtying up extra dishes. Chef
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you spelled homo wrong
Cheno Offline
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Decided to finish the rest of the French silk pie, half the pie if you don't cut it counts as one piece right?
izonfire Offline
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frankj1 wrote:
you spelled homo wrong

He didn’t say he was eating it straight from the trousers...
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izonfire wrote:
He didn’t say he was eating it straight from the trousers...

my bad.
withdrawn.
opelmanta1900 Offline
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Cheno wrote:
Decided to finish the rest of the French silk pie, half the pie if you don't cut it counts as one piece right?

haven't had french silk pie since bakers square disappeared a couple decades ago... used to love that stuff...
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izonfire wrote:
He didn’t say he was eating it straight from the trousers...

but if I was, it could still just be a curiosity thing...
Cheno Offline
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opelmanta1900 wrote:
haven't had french silk pie since bakers square disappeared a couple decades ago... used to love that stuff...


I'm lucky to have a baker square not too far us. Got to get a few pies a year.
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opelmanta1900 wrote:
but if I was, it could still just be a curiosity thing...

not that there's anything wrong with that...Confused
frankj1 Offline
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opelmanta1900 wrote:
but if I was, it could still just be a curiosity thing...

you're still young.
opelmanta1900 Offline
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Cheno wrote:
I'm lucky to have a baker square not too far us. Got to get a few pies a year.

where are you?
Cheno Offline
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opelmanta1900 wrote:
where are you?


I'm about 20 miles south of Chicago in a town called Oak Forest. We have a baker square about 10 minutes from us.
izonfire Offline
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frankj1 wrote:
my bad.
withdrawn.

Re-treat?
izonfire Offline
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Cheno wrote:
I'm lucky to have a baker square not too far us. Got to get a few pies a year.

Re-treat?
izonfire Offline
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opelmanta1900 wrote:
but if I was, it could still just be a curiosity thing...

Let me know if it tastes like 20 year old French silk...
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Happy Tuesday fellas.

Roofers back at it to finish today. At least I don't have to go back to work tonight.
8trackdisco Offline
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Go!
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G'morning folks
46/61 A nice wintery day here in Orlando with a small breeze.
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Mornin
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48/72 ..... Fore!
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Mornin' - time to go out and shovel the driveway again.
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