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Old Maryland Eggnog
from the kitchen of Sharmagne Leland-St. John

1 quart of fresh cream
a dozen eggs separated
12 level tablespoons sugar
1 quart brandy
1/2 pint dark Jamaican rum

Use the freshest and best quality ingredients you can. To each quart of rich
fresh cream, use one quart of good quality brandy, a half pint of the best
dark Jamaica rum and a dozen eggs separated. With each egg use a level
tablespoon of sugar, which should be well dissolved in the cream before the other
ingredients are added. The whites and the yolks of the eggs are separated and
well beaten before they are added to the cream and the sugar. Then add the
brandy and the rum separately. Stir well as they are being slowly added.


This recipe contains alcohol. Please drink responsibly.
Pregnant women should not drink alcohol
Save our Wildlife. Use metal or plastic reusable straws.
Please do not drink and drive. Have a Safe and Happy Holiday Season.


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