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2010-08-21 10:39:35
Apparently Jujuba, it is known as both ways, roasted and toasted, but I always knew it as being toasted marshmallows..... :)
2010-08-21 07:00:50
Yeah I knew that Connie, but as PG used the word 'toasted', I thought it would be made in some other way.
2010-08-21 06:59:08
I´ll try with and without it :P
2010-08-20 20:41:34
You do plan on adding rum to it I hope?
2010-08-20 20:40:14
We put marshmellows on a stick, and put it over a bonfire/campfire till they are dark. You can't camp out without your marshmellow treats.
2010-08-20 16:36:52
Cya :-)
2010-08-20 16:31:39
Thank you so much Skip! I hope it gets good with milk, cause we don´t have much whipping cream around here and when we do it´s really expensive. I´ll let you know what I thought of it after I make it :P
2010-08-20 16:29:03
No worries, Jujuba.... :)
2010-08-20 16:27:39
ok got it :-) we dont eat marshmallows here, so that´s why I asked...
2010-08-20 16:25:03
No, I mean toasted. By that, I mean to put the marshmallow over a flame, not necessarily inside something hot like an oven....
2010-08-20 16:07:51
Well I think it's rich because of the eggs, and it's pretty sweet and thick in texture...or it could be the rum :)...or some people add brandy. and I think it's best cold, some people refrigerate it for a day before serving it, actually the store bought eggnog we have is pretty good, but I made this one a few times and I think it's good also...sorry for taking so long, but I had to find it..and it's no trouble jujuba, :) Eggnog 1/2 cup powdered sugar 4 eggs 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon vanilla 4 cups whipping cream or milk Rum Sweetened whipped cream Nutmeg. In blender container combine powdered sugar, eggs, salt and vanilla. Cover; blend at high speed untill well blended (15 to 20 sec.). In 2-qt.(2L) sauce pan place 2 c. whipping cream. Cook over medium heat 5 to 6 minutes while blending at medium speed, slowly add warm whipping cream to egg mixture. Continue blending untill frothy - (15 to 20 sec.). In same 2-qt saucepan stir together egg mixture and remainning 2 c. whipping cream. Cook over medium heat. heat, stirring occasionally, (5 to 6 min.). if desired, add 1 to 2 tablespoons rum to each serving, ...or more! :)... top with sweetened whipped cream and nutmeg. *Mixture can be stored refrigerated 2 to 3 days ok, I'm outta here...I hope you like it! :)
2010-08-20 15:08:57
When you say it´s very rich, must be cause the flavor is very intense right? I´d love to have a good recipe. It´s easy to find them online, but you never know which ones are the most authentic and yummy ones. And since we don´t have eggnog in Brazil, I have no idea what to look for.... That would be very nice of you Skip, if it´s not too much trouble :-)
2010-08-20 14:59:52
You have to try it jujuba! it's very rich, but there's nothing quite like it, and most people I know, love it... I can find a recipee if you like, and yes, you can't forget the something extra! :)
2010-08-20 14:49:16
You can have my hot chocolate and you can make me some eggnog Skip, I´ve never had it! ;-) P.S. - don´t forget that 'something extra', if it is what I´m thinking it is :P
2010-08-20 14:43:58
How about some eggnog? with a little something extra, if you like...I'm really torn between the eggnog and the hot chocolate though. :)
2010-08-20 14:38:05
Such varied tastes :p @ Mary: By 'toasted' you mean 'roasted'??
2010-08-20 11:03:46
Café au lait for me
2010-08-20 10:01:54
Plus a few toasted marshmallows as well with that.... :)
2010-08-20 06:42:14
I´d rather have a big mug of hot chocolate - and some rum in it wouldn´t hurt ;-) :P
2010-08-20 05:55:25
Yes! With a big pot of tea brewing on the fire
2010-08-20 05:05:47
Thanks - I hope there is a big warm fireplace in that building ;-)
2010-08-20 02:29:33
Really pretty scene Connie :-)