By Kevin Williams
Last week I shared Rosanna's EggNog Pie recipe and with the holidays here, eggnog (geez, I keep wanting to spell it "egg nog", but I guess it is "eggnog", but that looks funny) isn't far from my, or anyone else's, mind. I've just never been a huge fan of commercial eggnog, but my brother would guzzle (the non-alcoholic kind, of course) it when he was a kid.
Speaking of my brother, he wrote a super piece recently for Forbes (yes, he and I are both writers, I'd venture to guess that it would be tough to find two brothers who have as many marquee publication credits combined as we do, I'm sure they they're out there somewhere, but not many....) Anyway, here is his fascinating piece about eggnog, wow, I really learned a lot reading it!
Now, in celebration of this seasonal staple, here are 5 Amish or Mennonite recipes:
AUTHENTIC HOMEMADE AMISH EGGNOG: Click here.
FRESH EGGNOG - This is a recipe from the talented team at Mennonite Girls Can Cook!
KALONA EGGNOG: This recipe comes from the wonderful "beyond organic" diary in the Amish settlement of Kalona, Iowa.
CHOCOLATE EGGNOG CAKE: Another wonderful creation from the Mennonite Girls Can Cook site!
AMISH EGGNOG FRIENDSHIP BREAD: Wow, oh wow, for those of you who like working with and baking with sourdough, here is a recipe for you!
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