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Saturday, December 01, 2007

My Other Love

I know were always talking crafts over here, but I do have another love. Baking, and making. I guess they are a pair. I love to create in the kitchen too...which I seem to always neglect to take any pictures of. Call it a hungry family...or... pure lazyiness. LOL. Tonight im enjoying a fabulous glass of eggnog & I thought I would share a nice easy & most of all fun recipe:
Yummy Holiday Eggnog(Large Batch)
1 dozen eggs
1 cup sugar
3 cups whipping cream
2 Tbs sugar(second addition)
1 Tbs Real Vanilla
7 cups milk
2 cups Kalua or spiced Rum(optional)
1/2 tea nutmeg
To Make: Beat egg whites(save yolks) in large bowl until thick. Add first amount of sugar. Beat until thick. In second bowl, beat yolks until thick. Add egg whites & beat until mixed and thick. In 3rd bowl(sorry dishes) beat cream until it starts to get thick, add sugar remaining and vanilla.Slowly add egg mixture. Add milk, and kalua(if using) and keep beating. Chill & Enjoy.
* I Modifed an old companys Coming favorite!

Ok, I did find a few minutes to update the G & G site for today too(see side bar)! These are some cute holiday fabric gift bags made from an old vintage tablecloth, and other bits & bobs. Only 25 days till Christmas!

*Happy Holidays*


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7 Comments:

Blogger Vickie said...

I visit your blog nearly everyday! You have some really cute things and some great stories! I think you were on Nicole E's list of blogs and I just happened to click on there one day! Anyway, I wanted to tell you your chocolate chip cookie recipe is wonderful! We tried it at Halloween time! The eggnog looks yummy! We will have to give it a try!
Thanks for sharing!

6:59 PM  
Blogger Funky Finds said...

those bags are fantastic! :)

8:31 PM  
Blogger Junie Moon said...

Thank you so much for the eggnog recipe--I haven't made any in years and it's about time I do so again.

Your fabric gift bags are so adorable!

6:53 AM  
Blogger updycrafts said...

YUMMY! My husband loves eggnog. I've never tried to make it from scratch. Thanks for the recipe. Love the bags too!
Wendy

8:07 AM  
Blogger Tanya said...

I don't see these bags on your etsy shop - did they already sell? Will you list more?

I'll look again in case I missed them - love your stuff!

Thanks,
Tanya

8:27 PM  
Blogger Lesley said...

Thanks for the recipe. I've never tried eggnog but feel it would be rude not to after you've gone to so much trouble :)
I love your bags - great fabric!!

3:26 AM  
Blogger corry said...

Thanks for the recipe, I love to try making eggnog!

4:08 PM  

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