Meatballs in Saffron-Garlic Sauce.
many cultures eat beans at the start of the New Year for prosperity...in the South, it's black eyed peas
Have good luck in 2009 by eating this cake on New Year's Eve!
An easy and fun New Year's Eve tradition to add your holiday celebration.
Spanish Tortilla. This classic Spanish tapa is delicious and filling.
Blueberry almond custard served in a champagne glass for New Year's Eve.
delicious almond and orange brioche perfect for new years brunch!
something different for New Year's Eve, a Morroccan feast, including a recipe for Fava Bean Hummus
the traditional New Year's food - black eyes peas - made a little saucy for 2009
Chinese Five Spice Edamame New Year's appetizer.
Polenta Cups with Braised Beef. Polenta cups are a great edible container for holiday appetizers.
Fried Risotto Balls. Most of the work can be done a day in advance of your party.
Gourmet Magazine makes food predictions for 2009, including the rise of The Big Bean
Chocolate Ganache Tartlets. These simple, bite-sized tartlets pack a rich, chocolatey punch.
Shrimp in Sherry-Garlic Sauce. A great New Year's hors d’oeuvre.
Phyllo-Wrapped Goat Cheese. A simple appetizer with a crunchy, flaky exterior and delicate goat cheese center.
Prosciutto-Wrapped Asparagus. This simple but elegant appetizer is lovely for a New Year's celebration.
Almost midnight clock cookies (on a stick) for New Years.
a perfect cocktail for every occasion from now until the New Year. for Thanksgiving, Cornucopia Sangria
Bake a turban-shaped challah with raisins for Jewish New Year's or anytime you want a subtly sweet treat!
The perfect cake to kick off a sweet new year.
This gluten free, pareve lekach (honey cake) is the perfect ending for your Rosh Hashanah dinner.
I made these lovely Love Letters or as we Malaysian also called it "kuih kapit" using a Pizzelle Press.
Making pan-fried turnip cake (law bok gow) for the Lunar New Year