Live Eggnog Tasting on CND

Once I made the discovery that Greg never had eggnog, I knew I had to take advantage of this opportunity. What a perfect time to taste it live on the air.  I made sure he was good and ready.  He knew the history, the flavor choices, etc.

Here Greg is about to taste his very first sip of eggnog (non-alcoholic) live on the air.

 

A big thank you to Greg for being a good sport over the whole thing and for giving me a hearty laugh and a great photo op. I’ll need to come up with other live food and drink taste testings for him :).

 

We did learn that Jody, our dog, had no problem finishing off Greg’s unwanted beverage.


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Jennifer

Jennifer is married to Greg. They have five kids.

friarpark - December 13, 2008

I make the same face. If I want to drink a dairy product, milk will do just fine, thank you!!

Mickey - December 13, 2008

You DON’T LIKE EGGNOG?????!!!! Wow!!! To me that’s like not liking ice cream or…or…eggnog! Its only the most wonderful stuff since chocolate milk! I used to drink GALLONS of the stuff as a kid, Mom couldn’t keep the frig stocked fast enough…

Jim - December 13, 2008

Hmmm… You don’t like eggnog? I was under the understanding that EVERYBODY likes eggnog! Anyway, you’re better off without it. High fat content. Not good for you. That’s probably exactly why I DO like it! 😉

Robert - December 14, 2008

I agree with most of what Mickey said. Eggnog is a whole lot better tasting than chocolate milk. Eggnog was a seasonal beverage around my house as a kid but it was always eagerly greeted!

Robert - December 15, 2008

I can remember 2 times I’ve grimaced like Greg when tasting something containing protein. The first time I was a preteen who had just been served oyster stew for the first time. I made the mistake of chewing an oyster releasing a vile liquid from the oyster’s body. The other time, I started scrambling the last eggs I had in my apartment and poured about 3 tablespoons of pepper into the eggs by accident. It’s easy to make cooking mistakes when you’re as tired and hungry as I was then. Since I was so hungry, I took one bite of the over-peppered eggs. This was the only time I couldn’t finish my own cooking!

I don’t think you could get Greg to try over-peppered scrambled eggs but what do you think about oyster stew?

BarbaraKB - December 15, 2008

LOL! Imagine: there are folks who feel this way about… beer! ;-0

Greg - December 15, 2008

@BarbaraKB – Noooooooooooooooooo!!!! That’s impossible!!!!!

Cassie - December 16, 2008

aww egg nog is bad for dogs 🙁

Greg - December 16, 2008

@Cassie –

Um. Oops.

Duly noted (and for the record, she didn’t really finish the whole cup. But she WANTED to!)

Allyson - December 17, 2008

What in the world is wrong with you! I look forward to the holiday season just so I can have a glass of eggnog every night. Boy will I have to diet soon.

April S - December 18, 2008

That was my reaction the first time I tried it in high school. My taste buds have since changed and I really enjoy a good cup of Egg Nog with a shot of Kahlua. If the Nog is too thick try the low fat version. Tasty 🙂

Christopher Humphries - December 22, 2008

I LOVE eggnog, it’s great stuff! Especially with a nice Irish whiskey in it!

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