My Favorite Drinks for December

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My Favorite Drinks for December

by Joselyn

Well it’s December now, and with it we start decorating our homes and think about the food we will get on the 24th for Christmas Eve and all.

What I love more on Christmas will be to stay home with my family and the gifts, since I’m a book lover and a gamer I enjoy staying home reading thrilling books for xmas and playing cool videogames with my fiancé.

Something else I love is going to my brother’s house and drinking eggnog so let me give you a recipe so you can drink it with all your family members.

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Eggnog Recipe (from Bliss Mom blog)

Holiday Egg nog recipe from http://blissmomblog.blogspot.ca/2009/11/best-egg-nog-recipe-in-world.html

And for our vegan friends (from Antique Recipes):

Vegan Egg Nog Recipe from http://www.antiquerecipes.net/vegan-tofu-brandied-eggnog-recipe/

With these recipes I hope everyone enjoy your parties on xmas and new years =D and remember to come visit the blog for lots of reviews @ www.bookwormiespot.com

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2 thoughts on “My Favorite Drinks for December

  1. You know, I’ve never really been an egg nog fan. Partly because of the taste, but mostly because I don’t know what the hell it is. What is a nog? Does it have to have eggs or are there other types of nogs? Does it have real eggs in it and is there an “egg white nog” for those who are calorically conscious? These questions seem very important to me. 😉

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