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Big Bird Egg Nog: (Suitable for a medium sized party. If you use Rhea or Emu egg, It will serve about 8 to 10 people. An Ostrich egg will serve 16.) Big Bird Eggnog 1 rhea or emu egg (or about 2 cups of other egg) 1 quart skim milk 1/2 c. sugar (or 4 teaspoons Equal measure) Nutmeg to taste Whirl egg and sweetener in blender. Scald milk (almost boil). With blender motor on, add half of the hot milk to the egg. Pour the egg mixture back to the pot on the stove with the rest of the milk and measure the temperature. (Salmonella dies at 160 degrees F) If temp is lower than 160, slowly heat it to 160. Overheating causes the mixture to become grainy. Add nutmeg and chill. Add rum before serving if you'd like. (may also be served hot as boiled custard) Zum Wohl! Recipe invented by: Jan Jan Culwell

Big Bird Egg Nog


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Big Bird Egg Nog:

(Suitable for a medium sized party. If you use Rhea or Emu
egg, It will serve about 8 to 10 people. An Ostrich egg will serve 16.)

Big Bird Eggnog

1 rhea or emu
egg (or about 2 cups of other egg)
1 quart
skim milk
1/2 c.
sugar (or 4 teaspoons Equal measure)
Nutmeg to taste

Whirl
egg and sweetener in blender. Scald milk (almost boil). With blender motor on, add half of the hot milk to the egg. Pour the egg mixture back to the
pot on the stove with the rest of the milk and measure the temperature.

(
Salmonella dies at 160 degrees F) If temp is lower than 160, slowly heat it to 160. Overheating causes the mixture to become grainy. Add nutmeg and chill. Add rum before serving if you'd like.

(may also be served
hot as boiled custard)

Zum Wohl!

Recipe invented by: Jan

Jan Culwell


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