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Old 14-12-2003, 11:06 PM
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Short of just trying it, can you whip regular eggnog into a whipped
cream? If not, how can I get make Eggnog whipped cream?

Thx

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Old 15-12-2003, 12:36 AM
Wayne Boatwright
 
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shipwreck wrote in
:

Short of just trying it, can you whip regular eggnog into a whipped
cream? If not, how can I get make Eggnog whipped cream?

Thx


I doubt it would whip, at least not stiffly. I also don't think you could
add egg and have it successfully whip, but I might be wrong.

You might adding a bit of brandy and rum extracts and a dash of nutmeg
along with the sugar. Essentially, this is the flavor.

Wayne
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Old 15-12-2003, 12:47 AM
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"shipwreck" wrote in message
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Short of just trying it, can you whip regular eggnog into a whipped
cream? If not, how can I get make Eggnog whipped cream?

Thx


The LorAnn people make an amazing array of flavors and extracts, including
Eggnog. You might try using some of their flavoring in your sweetened cream
and them whip it. Here is a link:
http://www.lorannoils.com/Productsde...ame=Flavorings

Or
http://www.lorannoils.com/gourmet_homepage.htm
look under flavorings

Short of that, I would try some brandy and a dash of nutmeg in the cream
before whipping it.


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Old 15-12-2003, 02:27 AM
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Yeah, it didn't work. Looks like I'll have to go the flavoring route
that you and Vox discuss.

Thx all.


On Mon, 15 Dec 2003 00:36:01 GMT, Wayne Boatwright
wrote:

shipwreck wrote in
:

Short of just trying it, can you whip regular eggnog into a whipped
cream? If not, how can I get make Eggnog whipped cream?

Thx


I doubt it would whip, at least not stiffly. I also don't think you could
add egg and have it successfully whip, but I might be wrong.

You might adding a bit of brandy and rum extracts and a dash of nutmeg
along with the sugar. Essentially, this is the flavor.

Wayne


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Old 15-12-2003, 02:47 AM
Wayne Boatwright
 
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Still sounds like a good idea, though. I'm also going to try flavoring
the whipped cream as I suggested. Has me wanting some now.

Wayne

shipwreck wrote in
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Yeah, it didn't work. Looks like I'll have to go the flavoring route
that you and Vox discuss.

Thx all.


On Mon, 15 Dec 2003 00:36:01 GMT, Wayne Boatwright
wrote:

shipwreck wrote in
m:

Short of just trying it, can you whip regular eggnog into a whipped
cream? If not, how can I get make Eggnog whipped cream?

Thx


I doubt it would whip, at least not stiffly. I also don't think you
could add egg and have it successfully whip, but I might be wrong.

You might adding a bit of brandy and rum extracts and a dash of nutmeg
along with the sugar. Essentially, this is the flavor.

Wayne






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Old 15-12-2003, 05:53 PM
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Vox,

Just ordered some flavorings, including the eggnog. I'll let you know
what happens.

Gary


On Mon, 15 Dec 2003 00:47:53 GMT, "Vox Humana"
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"shipwreck" wrote in message
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Short of just trying it, can you whip regular eggnog into a whipped
cream? If not, how can I get make Eggnog whipped cream?

Thx


The LorAnn people make an amazing array of flavors and extracts, including
Eggnog. You might try using some of their flavoring in your sweetened cream
and them whip it. Here is a link:
http://www.lorannoils.com/Productsde...ame=Flavorings

Or
http://www.lorannoils.com/gourmet_homepage.htm
look under flavorings

Short of that, I would try some brandy and a dash of nutmeg in the cream
before whipping it.


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Old 15-12-2003, 06:46 PM
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"shipwreck" wrote in message
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Vox,

Just ordered some flavorings, including the eggnog. I'll let you know
what happens.


Please do. The flavoring seemed like the best way to flavor the cream
without changing its ability to be whipped. I haven't had the eggnog
flavor, but the products that I have had were good.


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Old 16-12-2003, 06:03 AM
Jeff Novotny
 
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Hey folks,
You can get liqueurs flavored like eggnog: there's a German Eierlikor
and a Dutch Advokaat.

Good luck,
Jeff
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Old 19-12-2003, 06:03 AM
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I recently watched Emeril on Food Network and made an egg nog like you might
be describing. It was quite nice looking -- very whipped!

Here is the recipe.
http://www.foodnetwork.com/food/reci..._25338,00.html

Dee




"shipwreck" wrote in message
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Yeah, it didn't work. Looks like I'll have to go the flavoring route
that you and Vox discuss.

Thx all.


On Mon, 15 Dec 2003 00:36:01 GMT, Wayne Boatwright
wrote:

shipwreck wrote in
:

Short of just trying it, can you whip regular eggnog into a whipped
cream? If not, how can I get make Eggnog whipped cream?

Thx


I doubt it would whip, at least not stiffly. I also don't think you

could
add egg and have it successfully whip, but I might be wrong.

You might adding a bit of brandy and rum extracts and a dash of nutmeg
along with the sugar. Essentially, this is the flavor.

Wayne




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Old 19-12-2003, 06:06 AM
Dee Randall
 
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Regarding the eggnog recipe of Emeril's that I just sent the url for, I see
also that it this program demonstrating the egg nog recipe will be on again
December 20 at 4PM. eastern time. (tomorrow!) It is well worth watching if
you have the food channel. I haven't seen an egg nog like this -- old
fashioned egg nog.
Looks great.
Dee


"shipwreck" wrote in message
...
Yeah, it didn't work. Looks like I'll have to go the flavoring route
that you and Vox discuss.

Thx all.


On Mon, 15 Dec 2003 00:36:01 GMT, Wayne Boatwright
wrote:

shipwreck wrote in
:

Short of just trying it, can you whip regular eggnog into a whipped
cream? If not, how can I get make Eggnog whipped cream?

Thx


I doubt it would whip, at least not stiffly. I also don't think you

could
add egg and have it successfully whip, but I might be wrong.

You might adding a bit of brandy and rum extracts and a dash of nutmeg
along with the sugar. Essentially, this is the flavor.

Wayne






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Old 19-12-2003, 11:15 PM
shipwreck
 
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Thanks Dee, I'll give him a viewing.

Enjoy!

On Fri, 19 Dec 2003 01:06:07 -0500, "Dee Randall"
wrote:

Regarding the eggnog recipe of Emeril's that I just sent the url for, I see
also that it this program demonstrating the egg nog recipe will be on again
December 20 at 4PM. eastern time. (tomorrow!) It is well worth watching if
you have the food channel. I haven't seen an egg nog like this -- old
fashioned egg nog.
Looks great.
Dee


"shipwreck" wrote in message
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Yeah, it didn't work. Looks like I'll have to go the flavoring route
that you and Vox discuss.

Thx all.




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