National Eggnog Day
Today is National Eggnog Day! Eggnog is a standout amongst the most well known drinks served amid the occasions, so it is extremely fitting this event is commended on Christmas Eve! The conventional formula for eggnog is milk, cream, sugar, beaten eggs, flavors, and in some cases liquor. The sort of liquor relies on upon the nation where it is made. In Europe, eggnog is generally made with white wine. Americans drink it with whiskey or rum while Peruvians use pomace liquor and Germans use brew. There are a couple of hypotheses about how eggnog really got its name. One story guarantees that eggnog was initially called "egg n' grog," which was in the long run abbreviated to "eggnog." According to different sources, the name originates from the Old English word for solid beer, "nog." This hypothesis recommends that the mix of the words "egg" and "nog" alludes to any beverage that contains both eggs and solid liquor. Despite how eggnog got its name, it has been a most loved occasion refreshment for a considerable length of time! Make some today to toast the occasions and observe National Eggnog Day!