Top New Year's Eve Recipes

Some New Year's Eve favorite foods are traditional and some are trendy. Whether you are planning a full meal or party finger foods, here are the most popular recipes for New Year's Eve.
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    Champagne Recipes. Chris Cheadle/Getty Images
    For a delightfully different theme, try a dinner using a bit of the bubbly as an ingredient in each course, from salad to dessert.
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    Prime Rib. James And James/Getty Images

    Prime rib roast makes an impressive dish for any occasion, and it is especially popular for New Year's Eve. Should you choose the standing rib roast or not? Get tips and don't forget the creamed horseradish sauce.

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    Caviar Tips and Recipes

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    Caviar Recipes - Cooking with Caviar. Peggy Trowbridge Filippone

    Caviar invokes dreams of the rich and famous, but a little of this rich delicacy goes a long way when used as a highlight. Just a little will add a touch of class to many less flavorful recipes and make them sparkle with flavor.

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    Cheese Fondue. 663highland/Wikimedia Commons

    Fondue is a party food by nature. Fondue demands guest participation. For New Year's parties or intimate dinners, fondue is classy, elegant, and just plain fun.

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    Banana Flambé. Malcolm Ainsworth/Getty Images
    As extravagant as flambé dishes appear, they are easy enough to make at home and far less expensive. Impress your loved one, family, and/or guests with a variety of flambé foods from salads to desserts.
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    Pâté Tips and Recipes

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    Pâté is the king of dips! It's elegance in a bowl. Its definition has expanded to include just about any meat, seafood, or vegetable that is ground into a paste and flavored with any amount of herbs and spices. Instead of a traditional dip, try serving pâté at your soiree.