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posted: 12/21/2012 5:07 AM

Baltimore Egg Nog

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  • Dare to add dairy when mixing up holiday cheer, such as with this Baltimore Egg Nog.

      Dare to add dairy when mixing up holiday cheer, such as with this Baltimore Egg Nog.
    DEB LINDSEY/THE WASHINGTON POST

 

ounce light cream

1 large egg

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1 teaspoon confectioners' sugar

ounce dry Madeira

ounce brandy, preferably cognac or Armagnac

ounce aged rum

Ice cubes

2-2 ounces whole milk

Whole nutmeg

Combine the cream, egg, sugar, Madeira, brandy and rum in a cocktail shaker. Shake to mix well, then add ice cubes and shake for 30 seconds. Strain into a Collins glass filled with ice cubes.

Fill the glass with the milk, and stir gently. Grate a little of the nutmeg on the surface.

Serves one.

Note: This recipe calls for a raw egg. If you are concerned about the risk of salmonella, buy pasteurized eggs, available in select supermarkets. For the Madeira, be sure to use a dry one such as Blandy's 5-year-old Sercial.

Jason Wilson

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