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    The original recipe that is given to guests upon request at City Hall on Main Street in Disneyland! *Update*: You can find non-alcoholic creme de menthe syrup at this website: Thank you, Mr. Adams for that information.

    Recipe #148006

    My own invention, based on a mango lassi I love.

    Recipe #481438

    Please leave your calorie counters at home! Cooking Notes: Eggnog should be chilled at least 4 hours before serving and served within 24 hours. To keep the eggnog cold, place a pint of vanilla ice cream in the punch bowl. It will slowly melt, and its flavor will complement the eggnog. Amaretto Eggnog: Delete the bourbon. substitute 1 cup amaretto for the brandy. decrease the superfine sugar to 1 cup. if desired, add 1/4 tsp almond extract. When serving, substitute toasted almond ice cream for the vanilla ice cream

    Recipe #194638

    This recipe will make a punch bowl full of eggnog.

    Recipe #195020

    A delicious cocktail. Traditionally served in a copper mug.

    Recipe #456402

    Modeled after an Alton Brown recipe.

    Recipe #448536

    Adapted from a recipe at Al Dente.

    Recipe #448459

    Finally got to try was deeelish, but then again, I've never had "real" eggnog. Mom always makes boiled custard for Christmas and I could literally bathe in that stuff. I love that custard stuff so much I request it year-round. Occasionally, I get some. This is great and I hope other diabetics will give it a try.

    Recipe #143030

    This wintery drink is reminiscent of a milk punch, and inspired by the classic Rusty Nail. It won a recent contest sponsored by Drambuie; it was invented by Ashley Schirmer of Ulysses Folk House in New York. The original recipe uses Fee's Old Fashioned bitters, which has cinnamon notes; if you can't find it, use Angostura bitters and garnish with a cinnamon stick. Adapted from The Kitch'n

    Recipe #445191

    Time does not include overnight rest in refrigerator. Recipe by NATALIESMOM at

    Recipe #445185

    Lime, mint and rum, with the silky sweetness of coconut.

    Recipe #440226

    3 Reviews |  By MarielC

    A version of this recipe was recently in the New York Times. I've been making it this way for years and it's so much better than the recipes which start with hot brewed coffee. I usually start this at night to have fresh iced coffee the next day.

    Recipe #238125

    Don't waste your money on drinks from THAT store... do it yourself! Adapted from a recipe at The Kitch'n.

    Recipe #404366

    Dont' waste your money on drinks from THAT store... do it yourself! Adapted from a recipe at The Kitch'n Nutrition information is inaccurate.

    Recipe #404365

    Don't spend insane amounts of money on flavored coffee from THAT store... do it yourself! Adapted from a recipe at The Kitch'n

    Recipe #404364

    A lighter substitute for eggnog, created by Bruce Yung for the Oak Room at the Plaza Hotel in New York. Adapted from a recipe printed in the Dec 20 2009 _New York Times_.

    Recipe #404361

    A holiday beverage from Greg Seider, co-owner of The Summit Bar on Avenue C in New York City.

    Recipe #404332

    Adapted from a recipe in A J Rathbun's _Dark Spirits_, as reprinted by Braiden Rex-Johnson at Al Dente This is essentially a mulled wine. For the simple syrup, mix equal parts (by volume) sugar and water; heat until the sugar dissolves. It will keep in the refrigerator... well, forever.

    Recipe #404330

    From the Al Dente blog

    Recipe #400987

    An appropriately spooky cocktail for Halloween. Strega is an Italian liqueur. Created by A J Rathbun for his book _Dark Spirits_; this is transcribed from his video at Serious Eats.

    Recipe #396228

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