December 24th National Eggnog Day

Dec. 24th Eggnog Day

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Here is another Christmas tradition that no one knows where it exactly came from. It is believed that an egg milk punch was served in medieval Europe for travelers because it was cold during the holiday seasons.

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Over the years it has been flavored with different spices and alcohol. It is now traditionally served cold, still with flavors added. A lot of people wish it could be served year-round but then, it wouldn’t be so special at Christmas if it was.

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How to celebrate – Have some eggnog. Figure out your own additions to your eggnog. Merry Christmas Eve.

 

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