Gravlax, porchetta, chocolate cake, and beyond: recipes for the ultimate spread of hors d'oeuvres, dips, snacks, and sweets to keep your guests in quality food and drink on both sides of the midnight hour.
Tender, juicy meat; a bright, herbal sauce; and a flavor-packed couscous stuffing, all in one stunning package.
Luxury without a high price tag. For the cost of a fresh piece of salmon, you can cure your own gravlax at home, then slice it and serve it as one of the most elegant hors d'oeuvres or light appetizers imaginable.
Black olives, capers, anchovies, fresh herbs, and garlic make a much more vibrant tapenade than what you can buy pre-made at the store.
This salad combines in-season grapefruit and orange with intensely sweet roasted beets and a bit of arugula for a peppery kick.
These teeny onions are sweet and tender in a glossy, flavorful glaze.
This over-the-top casserole, packed with bacon and Brussels sprouts, can be prepped up to five days before your party.
Parboiling your potatoes, then tossing them roughly in a bowl with a metal spoon, increases their surface area for an extra-crunchy exterior.
If you love chocolate-covered cherries, this festive layer cake is just for you. With tart cherry juice in the batter and freeze-dried cherries in the whipped cream frosting, it's a bright and fruity twist on an otherwise classic chocolate cake.
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