Welcome to the Ultimate New Year’s Eve Party Planning Guide! PBS is ready is ring in the new year with you and your loved ones with a delicious collection of appetizer recipes, New Year’s specials, and resolution suggestions.

Fill Pitchers with Winter Citrus Spritzer

Fill Pitchers with Winter Citrus Spritzer

Mix Aperol and champagne for a bright, citrus cocktail to ring in New Year's Eve.

What Was the Best Of the Year in Food?

What Was the Best Of the Year in Food?

PBS Food compiles the list of the favorite things from the last year.

Stay Warm With Harissa Lamb Meatballs

Stay Warm With Harissa Lamb Meatballs

These meatballs are simple to throw together and stay warm for a party.

Five Great New Year's Eve Hors D'Oeuvres

Five Great New Year's Eve Hors D'Oeuvres

Five appetizer ideas to help you ring in the new year from dips to bite sized snacks.

Mix Festive Holiday Cocktails This Season

Mix Festive Holiday Cocktails This Season

With so much focus on holiday menu planning, don't forget the real main feature - drinks!

Ring in the New Year with a Hot Toddy

Ring in the New Year with a Hot Toddy

This classic warming cocktail is the perfect nightcap for a day spent out in the snow.

Five New Year's Resolutions for Foodies

Five New Year's Resolutions for Foodies

Great ready to push yourself outside your comfort zone particularly in the kitchen.

Whip Up New Year's Milkshakes!

Whip Up New Year's Milkshakes!

Need a sweet treat to ring in the new year? Try these peppermint milkshakes.

2012: The Year in Food

2012: The Year in Food

What were the best viral food videos, cookbooks, apps, and infographics?

Discover How Japan Celebrates the Holiday Season

Discover How Japan Celebrates the Holiday Season

Oshogatsu is Japan's equivalent of Christmas or Hannukah, and is celebrated on New Year's

Bring On the Holiday Eggnog!

Bring On the Holiday Eggnog!

Eggnog has declined in popularity recently, but we have the recipe to bring the 'nog back.


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