|Santa Mugs for Eggnog|
Fill the tumbler 1/4 full with shaved ice, shake the ingredients until they are thoroughly mixed together, and grate a little nutmeg on top. Every well ordered bar has a tin egg-nogg “shaker”, which is a great aid in mixing this beverage.
Broguiere's Dairy, here in Southern California. Huell Howser visited their facility a while back, and they were featured on one of his television shows. Huell Howser Video. This is a rich, thick traditional eggnog, with no funky ingredients (you'll know every ingredient on the label). I use this eggnog to make a traditional Christmas Breakfast of French Toast. I take day old French Bread, and dip it in the Broguiere's Eggnog (to which I have added some powered cardamom), then fry in some butter over the stove. This is the best french toast you will ever taste. Add a little Mahogany Smoked Bacon from Meadow Farms Smoked Meats and you have a great breakfast.
So, when you are walking through your local dairy section at the grocery store, take a look at the shelf, and see what they have. Read the ingredients, and if it's natural, buy some and try it. If what they carry is full of ingredients you can't pronounce. try one of the above recipes, and enjoy the holidays!