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December 23, 2006



never thought I would find another person who disliked foods because the "thought" of them was just gross. I love the smell of eggnog too but cannot stand to actually put it in my mouth...ewww! Thanks so much for the recipe, I'm definately going to try this!


Okay, so I like egg nog but this bread sounds really good... I only wish you'd have gotten all these FABULOUS recipes posted before I had my baking day! I'm off to the store right now to pick up stuff to make a Christmas casserole and Monkey Rolls... I'm going to attempt to make them Christmas morning if I can peal my eyes open early enough (on the other hand.. we could skip this and just black out the kids' bedroom windows. ;)


OMG I won't touch eggnog but love the smell too- nutmeg!! I have to make this. Thanks for sharing. I too wish I had had this recipe last week. :)


Well, I don't like eggnog! lol :)Thanks for the recipe Kim! Love visiting your blog every now and then:)

Merry Christmas!



Are you gonna show us "whipped up art cases???" Huh, huh, huh??? Tell and show!


I made this eggnog bread to take to my parents house Christmas Eve. It turned out great and was SO incredibly yummy!!!

Anahata Katkin

There's always silk nogg. It rocks. No yucky stuff in it. Really - it sound syucko, but it's goood.


LOL! That is totally my handwriting - i came across your website and i love recipes and lo and behold.. there is my handwriting!

that's awesome!

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