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Celebrate Deliciously

However you plan to celebrate the new year, we got some tasty recipes for your parties.

A party spread featuring sheet-pan fish & chips, shrimp lining a glass filled with cocktail sauce, and a glass of champagne.

New Year's is upon us, and as we gather with our loved ones to bid farewell to an old year and welcome a new one, our traditions vary. But there is one thing that every great celebration has in common: good food. 

Whether you're making it an early night, watching the ball drop, or starting 2024 out with a bang, we've got a few ideas to help you cook up a party-worthy spread—with sustainably harvested seafood as the star. 

A sheet pan filled with breaded and baked cod fillets with a side of French fries.

If you're entertaining little ones or just want to make it an early evening, celebrate East Coast time with an always crowd-pleasing and delicious sheet pan fish & chips.  

It's an easy, one-pan meal, so cleanup is a cinch. All you need are some cod filets, panko breadcrumbsa bag of your family's favorite frozen French fries, and a few other ingredients, and you've got a party favorite. 

Serve it with ketchup or tartar sauce and maybe a glass of Martinelli's sparkling apple cider if you're planning a celebratory toast.

A shrimp cocktail appetizer with ready-to-eat shrimp lining a glass filled with cocktail sauce.

Throwing a late-night party? Get the festivities off to a delicious start with a classic shrimp cocktail.  

It’s easy, doesn’t require much prep, and it’s New Year’s Eve fancy. Not to mention, it pairs beautifully with a glass of bubbly.  

Make yours from scratch, grab a freshly arranged shrimp cocktail party platter from your neighborhood New Seasons, or go halfsies and prepare the shrimp, but buy the cocktail sauce. 

A plate topped with crab eggs Benedict slathered in Hollandaise sauce and a glass filled with mimosa on the side.

Start 2024 decadently with crab Eggs Benedict.   

Just like a classic Bennie, it’s topped with buttery, lemony Hollandaise sauce, but instead of the ham, you're swapping in crab meat. Yes, it’s as good as it sounds.  

You can use cooked, shelled crab meat or get extra indulgent and top your English muffin with a crab cake. Pair that with a mimosa using some of last night’s leftover champagne, and you’ve got yourself a tasty introduction to the new year. 

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