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A No-Fuss Dinner Party to Ring in the New Year

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Today: Resolve to keep things simple with a no-fuss New Year's Eve dinner party.

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Back-to-back entertaining isn't always fun; it means an overload of grocery lists (which always seem to have one key ingredient missing), a revolving door of family and friends, and cooking unnecessarily fussy foods.

This New Year's Eve, we're resolving to keep things simple -- because less pressure means more fun. Save your peace of mind with these eight easy recipes that will take you from cocktails to dessert in a heartbeat. This could be your best New Year's Eve party yet. 

Aperol Spritz by Marian Bull

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Sweet and Spicy Pretzel and Nut Mix by drbabs

 

Spatchcock and Braise-Roasted Chicken by Amanda Hesser

 

Simple Salad + Molly Wizenberg & Brandon Pettit's Red Wine Vinaigrette by Kristen Miglore

 

Lacinato Kale Gratin by Marian Bull

 

Black-Eyed Pea Cassoulet by Kayb

 

Pomelder Prosecco Punch by hardlikearmour

 

Maialino's Olive Oil Cake by Genius Recipes

Tags: new year, new year's eve, entertaining, hosting, prosecco, party, gin, roast chicken, mashed potatoes, kale, chocolate