Filed under: egg nog
The old gold standard in Hampton Roads, VA for Egg Nog. I don’t think they’ve even changed the carton on Pet Egg Nog since the late 1980’s.
When I was younger I’d mix Ginger Ale with Egg Nog, but now that I’m older I prefer it by its self. I realized this this week when I mixed it with the Canada Dry ginger ale sitting next to it.
Eggnog review #2. This was pretty good, it was like drinking eggnog milkshakes.
I also tried the regular (in a black carton) this week, and that wasn’t that good, it just tasted like sweet milk.
See also : Borden Egg Nog.
(the “Aeig” comes from dumb ol’ Sandra Lee From Semihomemade Cooking wiith Sandra Lee on the Food Network. I love making fun of her)
Yes, I will admit, this is my favorite kind of Egg Nog. (and probably Sandra Lee’s, no wait, she likes drinking straight up egg nog coffeemate). It’s because this is the kind of egg nog my mom would buy every single Christmas when I was little.
And for some reason? The stores out here have it on the shelves all year long. Yeah…
Tried Silk Nog this weekend. This was way too thin to be called a “nog”. This is one of the first Silk products I’ve been dissappointed in.