The Curious History of Eggnog

Eggs and milk — and possibly booze. Unless you’re Gaston, the idea of guzzling down an egg beverage likely doesn’t sound appetizing. And yet eggnog has become the quintessential Christmas beverage. It’s one of those concoctions you either adore or run screaming from.

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