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Much as one doesn’t need a roasted turkey or eggnog to celebrate Christmas, there does not need to be a certain menu in place to make an iftar dinner.
Nor does the flan, which tastes a little too much like rompope, or Mexican eggnog.
December’s offerings were a sausage, peppers and onions sandwich, parmesan fries and a gingerbread-eggnog shake.
Yvonne Albrecht, 52, was working at a stand that served glühwein, eggnog and soft drinks when the rampage began, two stands away.
The board canceled the party (but not just because of the eggnog comment).
Spike the eggnog and enjoy the performances of Jonathan Groff, Murray Bartlett, Frankie J. Alvarez and Raúl Castillo. ‘
Do your relatives pick the holiday gathering as the perfect time to catalogue all of your manifold shortcomings, turning Christmas into Judgement Day with eggnog?
By the time the eggnog was gone, the green dots had coalesced around a drawing by Barney Hatt of Lotus Design in England.
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Definition of eggnog for English Language Learners
: a drink made of eggs beaten with sugar, milk or cream, and often alcoholic liquor
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