Oh em gee… is Christmas really over? Really, really?
Here I am still listening to the *NSYNC Christmas album, drinking mulled wine round the clock, and binge-watching Netflix.
I didn’t even go to the grocery store, not even once. Everybody is starting to look at the leftover ham and prime rib with diminishing excitement, so I will probably need to get out of my robe eventually and put on some decent going out clothes and buy fresh food.
And I should start thinking about what to cook for the New Year’s celebration. Though I’ve been thinking of putting together a nice charcuterie board and call it a day. Minimal cooking involved (other than making rillettes and pâté maybe) but will easily satisfy everybody.
What d’ya think? What are you making for the New Year?
Maybe these can give you ideas:
“A truly creative wintertime dessert, bound to charm anyone served this.” — Diann
“What a masterpiece! So much fun, too!” — Angie
“This is one of the best bread recipes I have seen and it is so pretty! I love the flavors, too – orange and cranberry – must be so yum!!” — Jhuls
“A great holiday (or other occasion) appetizer, and it has bacon AND cheddar!” — Diann
“How clever is this! Imagine how exciting it would be to find the surprise jelly inside, just like finding the toy inside the Cracker Jack box.” — Angie
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