Catholic Recipe: New Year's Eve: Midnight Buffet Menu
It's a pleasant custom to hold open house on New Year's Eve. Friends and neighbors, on their way to late parties, can begin the evening by dropping in for a brief stay and refreshment. Others can come and stay to watch the New Year in with you. Muted music from radio or records, a big punch bowl holding eggnog or a wine punch, thin, thin slices of fruit cake on a silver tray, and plates of delicious not-too-sweet cookies — that's all you need. Unless, of course, you plan to serve a buffet supper to a chosen few after Midnight Mass. Here are two suggested menus for Midnight buffet suppers.
And may your New Year be filled with blessings!