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For an evening of eating and popping a cork at midnight. 🥂
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New Year's Eve Cooking & Cocktails!

This will be the last Mom 100/Katie Workman newsletter for 2020. What to say? I’m at a bit of a loss for words to wrap up the year. And while I think there will be no one in the world who is sorry to see 2020 come to a close, we also know it’s not like on January 1 a spell will be broken and we all can run out of our bunkers rubbing our eyes and popping champagne corks. We’ve still got some hunkering down to do. 
 
And so, let’s do it. If we are lucky enough to have come this far, let’s go the distance, and keep ourselves safe and healthy and do the same for everyone we meet. 
 
Now who’s ready for New Year’s Eve food? We tend to go for more snacky-over-the-course-of-the-evening eating, but you may be in the mood for more of a sit-down-at-the-table night. And I will be popping the cork on something at midnight—I want to be aware of the moment we shed 2020 like an ugly, ill-fitting, Brillo-textured orange sweater

This pink drink has all kinds of sweet-tart flavor and a severe case of prettiness.

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The kind of thing you would have ordered "for the table" at a restaurant without a moment's hesitation, and will again. But meanwhile—make it at home.
Creamy, briny, cheesy, decadent.

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This gorgeous, colorful medley of vegetables is delicious atop an olive
oil-slicked piece of toast. Crumbled cheese on top adds another pop of texture and flavor.

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A fresh herby mayo snuggles up so nicely to lush smoked salmon on a crostini. Whenever smoked salmon appears in our house, we all feel a bit more celebratory.

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Creamy burrata cheese plus delicate, savory, salty prosciutto plus a handful of greens and a final drizzle of honey add up to one of the best and classiest pizzas ever.

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Creamy indulgent fettucine alfredo gets a boost of color and nutrition from tender, crisp green beans, and the tapenade elevates the comforting flavor without tearing this out of the comfort food category. No one will ever think this beautiful, sophisticated pasta costs about $3 per serving.

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A terrific twist on garlic bread, with those amazing ranch seasonings; definitely going into the keeper file. And garlic bread is one of those foods that can single-handedly turn a meal into a little party.

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Morning-after food: A savory bread pudding, or strata, is a great way to make a hearty breakfast the day before with little hands-on time.

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Leftover egg nog is just an amazing boozy milkshake waiting to happen (and if you have booze-free egg nog, then you have both options!).

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