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Huckle-My-Buff

Drinks - Mixed
Extinct
Sussex

Beer, egg, and brandy, made hot.

Well-known from local sources and from: 'The Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue', by Francis Grose, 1811, A Dictionary Of The Sussex Dialect by Rev. W. D. Parish, Vicar Of Selmeston, 1875, etc.


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Huckle-My-Buff

2 pints beer
six eggs, beaten
brandy
2 oz sugar
2 teaspoons of ground nutmeg

Heat 1 pint of the beer with the eggs and sugar, but do not boil. Remove from the heat and add the remaining beer, a generous amount of nutmeg and brandy to taste. Serve hot.






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