Whether it's a full-scale bash to ring in the new year or an intimate gathering for auld lang syne, our New Year's recipes cover everything from party favorites and midnight toasts to Hoppin' John on New Year's day.
Mediterranean Tomato Bruschetta
An easy appetizer with ripe tomatoes, black olives and crumbly feta that’s perfect for holiday parties and special occasions.
Fresh cranberries and tart apples combine with sweet dried apricots in a moist buttermilk cake that’s perfect for fall and winter holidays.
Rosa di Parma (Filled Beef Tenderloin)
Having company? Try this indulgent stuffed beef tenderloin for special occasions.
Buttery, crumbly, cheesy, and just a little spicy, these cheese crackers absolutely perfect with a glass of chilled white wine.
Herby Boursin cheese makes this chicken dish indescribably delicious—perfect for a special occasion dinner.
Sparkling Champagne and Strawberries
Pop open a bottle of champagne! Whether it is used to welcome the New Year or toast the bride and groom, champagne is a sign that something special is going on.
Pan-Seared Chicken with Dried Cherries and Port
If you can’t find skin-on, boneless breasts, purchase bone-in ones—it takes only a minute to trim them yourself.
Black-Eyed Peas with Capers
Making this classic Greek salad is almost easier than buying your lunch! It will keep several days in the refrigerator, so one batch can carry you through several days of lunches.
Moroccan Beef with Honey-Spice Couscous
Serve this flank steak on a bed of couscous, dressed up with garbanzo beans and tomatoes.
Irish Honey Pot Roast
This roast beef, with a healthy serving of vegetables, can be roasted in the oven or cooked in a crockpot.
Pork Loin Roast with Hoppin’ John Stuffing
Black-eyed peas served on New Year’s Day are supposed to bring a year of good fortune. This recipe is a perfect choice for your New Year’s Day gathering. Its use of black-eyed peas is a crowd-pleasing way to ensure that you and your guests have good luck in the days to come.
Fresh Greens and Oranges with Honey Dressing
Oranges and a lightly sweetened vinaigrette combine with mixed greens for a citrusy salad.