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Egg-hot

Drinks
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Hot beer with sugar, spices and egg whisked-in (Francatelli 1852)


Original Receipt in Francatelli 1852;

No. 165. Egg-hot.
Put a pint of beer on the fire to warm, break an egg into a jug, add a table-spoonful of sugar and some grated nutmeg or ginger; beat all together with a fork for three minutes; then add a drop of the beer, stir well together, and pour the remainder of the hot beer to this, and continue pouring the egg-hot out of the warming-pot into the jug for two minutes, when it will be well mixed and ready to drink.




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