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Creative Ideas For Celebrating New Year’s Eve At Home!

I don’t know about you….but I’m not much of a New Year’s Eve partier. Since moving to a smaller town several years ago, we now live a good 30-45 minutes away from the “big city”, and the prospect of driving that far on “the deadliest night of the year” has never been very appealing. But …
Sara Moore
Sara Moore • 1 year ago

On New Year's Eve...do like the Spaniards do and eat grapes at midnight for good luck! Thread 12 grapes on a skewer for each guest and serve in a tall champagne flute.

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