Christmas is an annual festival commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ, observed primarily on December 25 as a religious and cultural celebration among billions of people around the world.
WikipediaDate: Wednesday, December 25, 2019
TrendingCelebrations: Gift-giving, family and other social gatherings, symbolic decoration, feasting etc Significance: Commemoration of the Nativity of Jesus Observances: Church servicesAlso called: Noël, Nativity, XmasObserved by: Christians, many non-Christians
As we celebrate this Festive holiday(s), we remember that not everyone can be home. A special seasons greetings to our Deployed military and families, first responders and those whose job keeps them away from their family. We are truly thankful for the job you do. So to our first responders let’s hope it’s a Silent Night. For our troops, no creature us storing not even a mouse. Merry Christmas to all and to all a good night.
National Eggnog Day is observed once a year on the day before Christmas. Also known as egg milk punch, eggnog is a popular drink throughout the United States during the holidays.
Eggnog is a sweetened dairy-based beverage traditionally made with milk and cream, sugar, whipped eggs, and spices. When served at parties and holiday get-togethers, liquor is often added to the eggnog, such as brandy, rum, whiskey, bourbon, vodka, or any combination. The full glass is typically garnished with a sprinkle of cinnamon, nutmeg, or pumpkin spice. We did taste tests and our recommendation is actually Publix Eggnog and if you’re not driving add some bourbon, or brandy. Talk about adding some warmth to a cold night.
Also used as a flavoring, eggnog creates delicious coffees, teas, baked goods, and puddings.
So as you hang your stockings with care and finely get the kids to bed before Santa’s arrival, maybe an adult beverage like this will make sugar plums dance in your head. At least until the wee hours when the kids wake up. From our home to yours have a safe, warm and very Merry Christmas!
Even though the origin of the eggnog drink is debated, many believe that the drink initially developed in East Anglia, England. However, others believe it originated as a medieval European beverage made with hot milk.
HOW TO OBSERVE #NationalEggnogDay
While gathering together with family and friends, enjoy a glass or two of eggnog! Other ways to enjoy the day include baking eggnog flavored goodies. Make a seasonal ice cream or another holiday treat to share.
Use #NationalEggnogDay to post on social media.
A friend I’ve worked with for years gave me this recipe. She would bring a double batch and we never have any left over. When I started sharing them with my family we had the same result. We have none left from a double batch.
Ingredients1 cup granulated sugar
1 cup light Karo syrup
4 1/2 cups Corn Flakes
1 – 10.5 oz jar crunchy peanut butter
(Optional) 1/2 cup chocolate chips and/or finely chopped almonds or festive sprinkles.Cut-Rite Wax Paper by Reynolds 75 Sq.Ft – Pack of 3
DirectionsBring sugar and Karo to bubble
Add full jar of peanut butter
Stir until peanut butter melts
Cool 5 minutes
Add to corn flakes
Using 2 small spoons scoop portions on to wax paper to cool.
Immediately, use chips, nuts and/or sprinkles to decorate top.
Once cool store in airtight containerRubbermaid Brilliance Food Storage Container, Large, 9.6 Cup, Clear, 3 Pack