1948 The Bon Vivant's Companion by George A Zabriskie (2nd edition)
The BonVivant's Companion
Put half a pint of water, too, Or it may prove too strong for you; And while the eggs (by two) are beating. The wine and water may be heating; But when it comes to boihng heat. The yolks and whites together beat With half a pint of water more- Mixing them well, then gently pour Into the skillet with the wine— And stir it briskly all the time. Then pour it oflf into a pitcher; Grate nutmeg in to make it richer; Then drink it hot, for he's a fool Who lets such precious liquor cool."
Ale Sangaree I teaspoonful sugar, dissolved in a tablespoonful water. Fill the tumblerwith ale, and grate nutmeg on top. Brandy Sangaree The Brandy Sangaree is made with same ingredients as the BrandyToddy, omittingthe nutmeg. Fill % full of ice, and dash about a teaspoonful ofport wine, so that it will float ontop. Gin Sangaree The Gin Sangaree is made with same ingredients as the Gin Toddy, omitting the nutmeg. Fill %full of ice, and say about a teaspoonful of port wine, so that it will float on top. [65 ]
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