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  • This is something I am definitely going to have to try -I love hot chocolate and I love Chambord so… I have a feeling plain hot chocolate will never be the same again!!

    December 13, 2010
  • I don’t know how it is that I just discovered your blog recently– I am glad I did. You make me laugh.
    I’m with you on the eggnog; never a fan. Like drinking melted pudding.

    December 13, 2010
  • I’d like to throw my hat into the “We weren’t the brightest kids, but somehow we all survived” ring. How about biking directly – directly – into a brick wall? Forehead stitches. Probable concussion.

    Anyway, the drink looks fantastic! I need to make a liquor run as it is; I’ll pick up some Chambord.

    December 13, 2010
    • I just spit coffee all over my computer when I read this. I’m guessing this may have had something to do with Superman? I grew up in a neighborhood of mostly boys, and my 2 male cousins. It truly is a miracle that we all survived our stupidity. Cheers! ;)

      December 13, 2010
  • Here in Australia we’ve never really taken to Egg Nog.., assuming its some sort of ‘cold weather only’ type drink (probably totally wrong, so forgive the ignorance), but frankly its just never taken off. Your Chambord Chocolate on the other hand speaks all languages & seasons. Nice one.
    Loved as always your relationship advice. I’m not single at the moment, but the older I get (not even 30 yet) I have in the past actually hesitated accepting the invite at times because I know with certain friends & certain crowds apparently its a dreadful status. So ‘here, here’ lovin’ your advice.

    December 12, 2010
    • You’re right. Egg Nog is sort of a cold weather drink. It’s only served at Christmas time, but it’s generally served cold.

      Thanks for the kudos on the advice. :) I’ve been single too and shudder at the thought of what some of my friends and family have said to me.

      December 13, 2010
  • Kim at Life as a Foodie

    Tis the season to be intoxicated! No, really, it is when you consider all the holiday annoyances (people or otherwise). I love the holidays; don’t get me wrong, but it gets old pretty damn fast. Hand me a cocktail or a good wine and I’m happy.

    As for singledom, pfft. I say do whatever makes you happy. I’m happily married but I sure as hell won’t be telling you you need to be with someone to be happy or enjoy a party. Suck down a bottle of Jack and Cheetos or pleasure yourself with Pay-Per-View! Whatever works!

    Have a great holiday!

    December 12, 2010
    • I am so with you!!!!!

      Have a great holiday too. :)

      December 12, 2010
  • I loved spiked, I mean flavored, coffees and hot chocolate! I serve a very flavored coffee after Christmas dinner. It’s my Dad’s recipe and is probably my favorite Christmas tradition! Thanks for the earlier email! We are taking it day by day, hoping to keep baby Carter cooking for another 6 weeks. :)

    December 12, 2010
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