A caudle is a well-known warm British drink made by mixing thickened egg yokes (sometimes breadcrumbs, it’s up to you), spices and sugar then slowly pouring wine or ale in the mix. Hot Toddy? Close, but not quite. In the Middle Ages it was used for medicinal purposes, but the modern mixture can serve as a sweet sauce filling for pies or be treated like custard.

Use today’s Word of the Day: West Indian Eggnog Recipe