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The Hungry Goddess New Year Celebration Recipes by Hungry Goddess

by Hungry Goddess, posted to Food & Drink

CHEERS! 2013 is coming and we have some Sparkling New Year Worthy Recipes and posts to celebrate in true festive fashion! Appetizers, Small Plates, Champagne, Cocktails - we have what you need to welcome 2013! Tune into #HGEATS hashtag on twitter for more seasonal tweets!

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Best Champagnes for the New Year Toast

A Special New Year Toast is all about which champagne you choose - we have a few suggestions and more coming!

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Endive Salad with Fruits from Chile

The endive salad is both a salad and a plate of finger foods - tangy goat cheese and a clementine vinaigrette make each mouthful a delight!

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Butter Poached Lobster

Chef Thomas Keller invented butter poached lobster and if you don't eat it throughout the year, New Year is THE time to party with lobster!

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Classic Champagne Cocktail

Bubbly and New Year's is a no brainer - here is the classic champagne cocktail!

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15 Hors D'Oeuvres for Your Holiday Cocktail Party

Nothing pairs with a holiday cocktail or glass of wine like a little bite of scrumptious! Appetizers are one of my favorite things and we picked some savory snacks for you to serve at your next cocktail party!

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Mussels Marinara

A scrumptious and elegant dish that is great for any holiday celebration!

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Holiday Party Tips for a Cool Yule & New Year

All the Holiday Party tips that you need to have a Cool Yule and Fabulous New Year!

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Lamb Roast Marinated in Fennel Pollen and Meyer Lemon

Lamb is a Fabulous Roast for your New Year celebration - welcome 2013 with a delicious roast!

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Almond Crusted Salmon with Fruit Salsa and Black Rice

This dish can feed many people or hold up for an intimate celebration!

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Quinoa, Fennel and Pomegranate Salad

This is such a festive recipe and looks wonderful on a table! Enjoy!

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