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  • Overview
  • New Year's Nosh
  • Grape Expectations
  • New Year, New You
  • Card Trick

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EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT

New Year's Day

January 1 can be as relaxed or as celebratory as you like. Host an open-house brunch party, cook a special dinner for loved ones, or simply reflect on ways to make the new year even better than the last.

January 1 can be as relaxed or as celebratory as you like. Host an open-house brunch party, cook a special dinner for loved ones, or simply reflect on ways to make the new year even better than the last.

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All About New Year's Day

recipe

The dough can be made through step 1 the night before baking and left to rise in the refrigerator for up to 12 hours. The chilled dough will need about two hours in the baking dish to come to room temperature and double in bulk before baking.

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recipe

The eye-catching nature of red flannel hash belies its sturdily economical roots as the way to use up vegetables leftover from a New England boiled dinner. Beets are the key ingredient, and we added pastrami to give smoke and savor to the sweet root vegetables.

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recipe

Chard leaves turn rich and tender when cooked; here, the mild stems provide a vivid topping. To ensure that the phyllo dough does not become dry and brittle, thaw it completely in the refrigerator; keep it covered with a towel as you work.