Going out (of 2019) with a bang!
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Five Great Recipes for New Year's Eve
Are you ready for one last push before 2020 arrives? One more big dinner, one more bash, one more night of (over) indulgence before it’s all about reining it in? I have to admit that my big jeans are now just my jeans. It’s been quite a holiday season (and it’s been quite a year, for lots of reasons), but I’m down with one more big burst. Before the fat lady . . . oh, forget it, who am I kidding? I can’t sing. 
Ok! Five pull-out-all-the-stops dishes to make everyone say "WOW, you made this???" Let’s sail out of this year in high style, and wish each other all good things as we step into 2020. I know January holds lots of excitement in my world (redesigned website launching mid-month
more on that soooooon . . . ), and I’m feeling optimistic about the coming year. Because pessimism has never served anyone well, right? So, cheers, and see you on the other side!
These gorgeous and elegant little puff pastry bites are so easy to put together, but don’t they look fancy? Perfect for a party appetizer. 

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Citrusy and refreshing and customizable with your choice of alcohol. Not to mention drop dead-gorgeous. Pitcher Pomelo Palomas, perfect for a party (who likes alliteration? I do, I do!). 

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A steak dinner to ring out the old and ring in the new seems quite celebratory. This is a modified and simpler version of steak au poivre, with about 5 minutes of prep time. 

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Can a salad be a showstopper? Oh yes, it can. This is a circus of color, and fruit in a salad is always a game changer.

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Think about this fun concept of blending the delicious flavors of a lamb gyro with the appeal of a graze board. A boneless leg of lamb is coated with Greek flavors (lemon, oregano, and garlic), then seared and roasted until it is perfectly pink in the middle and has a gorgeous crust. Then the lamb is sliced up and arranged on a large board and surrounded by warm pita, a spinach and herb salad, a garlicky yogurt dip, some lightly roasted tomatoes, slivered red onions (fresh or pickled), and maybe a handful of baby radishes.  

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