What to eat for New Year's Eve and the best dishes for any celebration

This week's recommendations include roast duck, lobster, sweet and sour fish and other celebratory dishes for the holidays and New Year's.
Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • December 26, 2022
What’s your favorite celebration meal? For me, it depends on the day. It might be an entire bag of potato chips swiped through my colleague Ben Mims’ fried-onion chile crisp dip. Or a bucket of fried chicken from Tokyo Fried Chicken with extra...
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