Morbid Meals – Edgar Allan PIE
by Emerian Rich
Looking for something POE-related to serve at your Halloween feast? Check out Dan’s post Edgar Allan PIE! Love that title. 🙂
Three tasty tarts!
Once upon a midnight dreary, while I pondered weak and weary,
Over many a quaint and curious volume of culinary lore…
Egg nog, the quintessential holiday drink, made with eggs, cream, and copious amounts of booze, is essentially uncooked custard with alcohol. It has been said that the alcohol cooks the custard as well as the drinker. The question I decided to find the answer to was, can we leave most of the alcohol out and cook the egg nog as a custard?
The basic problem I faced was that, like many heirloom recipes,everyone has their own unique favorite egg nog recipe. Then I remembered one of my eclectic cookbooks, A Second Helping of Murder. In it, there is a wonderful egg nog recipe that was shared by Anne Poe Lehr, a distant cousin of Edgar Allan Poe. She contributed her family’s egg nog…
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