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Martha's Classic Eggnog

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A giant hotel-silver punch bowl holds Martha's signature eggnog, rich with cream and laced with rum, bourbon, and Cognac.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, December 2008
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The egg yolks and whites in this recipe are not cooked. This dish should not be prepared for pregnant women, the elderly, or anyone whose health is compromised.

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  • MS10187814
    14 DEC, 2015
    This is so yummy, even my vegan friends drank it. Note that you need to keep folding this, as the foam rises after a while sitting out.
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  • MS10342917
    22 DEC, 2014
    OMG! After making this, I don't think I can ever go back to store-bought...so freaking delicious and well worth the 300 or so calorie splurge per half-cup serving!
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  • MS112598004
    19 DEC, 2012
    This turned out perfectly! I made it for Thanksgiving for 16 of my friends who are all Swiss (as am I). Most of them were very skeptical of an alcoholic drink containing eggs (Eggnog is not widely popular here...). Every single one asked for seconds!!
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  • Karen1968
    7 DEC, 2011
    By far, the best eggnong recipe out there. I have to admit that sometimes I do cheat and buy the eggnog, but I still use Martha's liquor ratio. Always a BIG hit at Christmas parties, even for those who think they don't like eggnog.
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  • KatVee
    24 NOV, 2010
    Absolutely awesome! It was a hit last year's Christmas gathering and also a party. It will be made again this year! Happy Holidays everyone!
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  • abedell
    14 DEC, 2009
    This is beyond delicious! I've also added a bit of sherry (ran out of cognac) and that works too - makes it a bit sweeter. A huge hit at any party!
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  • domesticgodessintrainin
    12 NOV, 2009
    Yes, I think pregnant or anyone whose health is compromised should stay away from this eggnog for the amount of liquor it contains, never mind the raw eggs!! This is intense eggnog. My husband LOVES it. I had half a cup and I was in pain (I have a slight lactose sensitivity that usually doesn't bother me) It is something very special for your holiday guests to enjoy. They've probably never tasted eggnog like this.
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  • cookiesgalore
    23 DEC, 2008
    The eggs may not be cooked, BUT, wouldn't the massive amount of alcohol kill anything within a 10 mile radius?!
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