Syllabub is an English dessert of thickened milk or cream floating on sweet wine or cider. Spark your interest? Legend has it that people traditionally — in the 16th century — milked a cow directly into a basin of wine to get the perfect syllabub mixture. Now that sounds like fun.
Don’t have a cow to milk directly into your basin of wine? Not a problem, this sweet concoction can be made with whipped cream and your favorite drink. Or you could cut out the middleman altogether and partake in the novelty below.
Use today’s Word of the Day: Boozy Whipped Cream Anyone?