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Old 11-08-2013, 04:56 PM
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Originally Posted by xmas365 View Post
This is directly from Hood's website.

"Hood® Golden EggNog has been a New England family favorite for more than 50 years. Hood's secret recipe blends extra creamy milk with sugared egg yolks and a combination of flavoring and spices. Discover why Hood Golden EggNog is New England’s #1 selling EggNog. Always Good. Always Hood."


I believe it is their name for a New England recipe eggnog.
Thanks for the answer! I had a feeling it involved egg yolks.
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