After the holiday craze, it’s time get ready for one final sparkling celebration: New Year’s Eve.
What’s your ideal New Year’s Eve? For some, a relaxed, intimate dinner with a small group of loved ones is what’s on the menu. Others may prefer a New Year’s throwdown with Champagne flowing, passed appetizers, and plenty of New Year’s revelry (who doesn’t love a horn blower?). Or, maybe you want to advantage of one of the many glitzy, fireworks-studded soirees in your area. Whatever your party preference, we have the best ideas for you. And for the next day, too.
New Year’s Day is a time to recharge your batteries, nurse your hangover, and look on to that New Year with endless possibilities. And football. Don’t forget the football. Celebrate New Year’s Day with a traditional sign of luck and prosperity (collard greens and black-eyed peas), a lucky Lowcountry oyster roast, or your game-day traditions with easy appetizers and casual fare. No matter what your party plans are, we will give you the recipes, tips, and ideas to raise a glass in southern style and toast a fresh start for the New Year.