New Year’s Eve party buffet

We show you how to pull off a New Year's Eve party everyone will enjoy

If you’ve got a lot of guests for your New Year’s Eve party, creating a buffet is the easiest way to feed them all, and allows you to relax and keep clear of the kitchen, too.

Create a help-yourself table loaded with basic white plates and budget glassware and cutlery.

Make it bold and bright with serving bowls and decorations in primary colours, and fill platters with a variety of easy-to-eat treats. If you don’t want to make them all fresh, or aren’t much of a masterchef, the supermarkets have plenty of ready-made options over the festive season.

And remember, where the food is concerned, better to make too much than too little!

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