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RECIPE ROUNDUP: How to Host Your Own NYE Bash

By Heeseung Kim | December 27, 2013

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NYE Collage

What’s a better way to ring in the new year than with good friends and good food? Here are some delicious dishes to make a special night even better. Start with an elegant Kir Royale and end with luscious chocolate tart paired with a champagne toast. It won’t be a meal that you’ll forget in 2014!

Kir Royale

Gravlax

Lobster Rolls with Pickled Asian Pears

Ethiopian-Spiced Duck Breast

Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Maple Bacon

Chocolate Raspberry Tart

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How To Make 10 Instant New Year’s Appetizers

By Michele | December 30, 2011

Goat Cheese Crostini

Whether for a crowd of hungry guests or a single rumbling stomach, you’re never more than 10 minutes away from a satisfying small bite. Preparing for a New Year’s Eve Party can be a breeze if you are the host or if you are a guest who is bringing a dish to the festive event.

Below is a list of 10 bite-size treats that will have your fellow partygoers licking their fingers in delight and praising you for your glorious efforts, slaving away in the kitchen (they will be completely fooled)! Read More

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Ring in the New Year at Red Rooster Harlem

By admin | December 26, 2011

Photo: asterix611

Photo: asterix611

Start your new year with the crow of the Rooster, by joining us at Red Rooster Harlem for the ultimate New Year’s Eve bash and the ultimate New Year’s Day brunch.

Red Rooster Harlem’s first New Year’s Eve seating will offer a prix fixe menu for $45 pp, featuring four courses with dishes including Escovitch with Maya Shrimp and Roasted Blue Foot Chicken with Truffle & Cornbread Stuffing and Gizzard Gravy.  Seatings will be available at 5:30 p.m., 6:00 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. Read More

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