The Cookstr Weekly: New Year’s Celebrations
New Year’s Eve always feels like a mixture of anticipation and nostalgia, with a sizable dash of bubbly poured alongside. If you’re having friends and family over to celebrate the onset of 2015, you’ll want to keep the eats light and festive. There’s no need for fois gras or caviar, but everyone will appreciate a spread that’s fun to nosh on while you celebrate the optimism that comes with the turn of the calendar’s page.
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by Julie Hasson
“I love to whip together muffins for Sunday breakfast. This recipe is one that I make often. You can vary the dried fruit, depending on your mood or what you’ve got on hand.”
– Julie Hasson
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