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Top 3 tips to throw a rejuvenating New Year's brunch


Date Created: 12/14/2011


Top 3 tips to throw a rejuvenating New Year's brunch. After you've watched the ball drop at your New Year's Eve party and everyone has gone home for the evening, you may be wondering what to do the day after. Since many restaurants are closed on New Year's Day, it can be difficult to get a good breakfast if you haven't stocked up beforehand.

This year, encourage your guests to stay over for the evening or come back first thing in the morning for an unforgettable New Year's brunch. You can reuse many of the New Year's Eve party supplies you already have on-hand and help your friends get back on their feet after a long night of partying. Keep the following tips in mind to make the process much easier on yourself.

1. Plan ahead. Instead of whipping up a number of different dishes and making a mess of your kitchen, plan a breakfast dish that everyone can enjoy, such as a strata or a large frittata. You can buy most of the ingredients beforehand and in the case of the strata, you can prepare it before your party and throw it in the fridge until it's ready. You should also invest in a selection of juices, coffee and a few pastries to give your guests some variety.

2. Decorations. While you may have a few of your party decorations leftover from the previous evening, you can give your home a bit of a face lift before your guests arrive. Put out fresh cut flowers, arrange mylar balloons and streamers around your serving area and be sure to have plenty of party tableware and imprinted napkins available. This will add a touch of class to your gathering and help to use everything you bought for the previous evening in a new capacity.

3. A look back at the night that was. If you have a digital photo frame, you can insert your memory card into it and have it cycle through all of the pictures you took from the night before. Place this on your serving table to allow your guests to reflect on all of the memorable, and sometimes cringe-worthy, moments from your fabulous bash.

A New Year's brunch is the best way for you and your guests to shake off the rust from a night of partying, and it may just become an annual tradition.


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