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The recent publication of Chef Supreme, a book of recipes created by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s late husband Martin, was a reminder that Supreme Court justices have lives off the bench. And they actually eat and drink! Here is more proof, just in time for the holidays: an eggnog recipe found among the papers of the late Chief Justice Harlan Fiske Stone, attributed to one “Harry Parker.” The Green Bag law review first published the recipe in 1998, wondering in print who Parker was. Then-Chief Justice William Rehnquist wrote in to identify Parker as a messenger for Justice Robert Jackson, for whom Rehnquist clerked in 1952 and 1953. Warning: Do not plan to drive, write consequential briefs or use heavy machinery after sampling this powerful nog. Egg Nog – Harry Parker (by way of Chief Justice Harlan Fiske Stone) Ingredients: 12 eggs 1 gallon milk Ground nutmeg 1 lb. sugar 1 quart whiskey ½ pint brandy 1/8 pint rum Directions: 1. Separate egg yolks from whites 2. Cream yolks of eggs and sugar together 3. Add whiskey, brandy and rum. Beat well 4. Add milk, stir well 5. Add nutmeg to taste 6. Beat whites of eggs very light 7. Add the beaten whites of eggs and stir in well Note: If put in cold place will keep for 30 days. Never use all cream. Cream contains large percentage of fat. If made of all cream the egg nog will become rancid. Be sure to add whiskey, brandy and rum before adding milk. Tony Mauro can be contacted at [email protected].

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