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I recycleIt is the first option and probably the most reasonable. For Christmas Eve, we tend to see everything in large and too large a quantity. It's normal, the fear of missing that day prevails. Basically it is not very serious, provided you do not throw and enjoy the leftovers for the following meals. Each New Years Eve dish can easily be turned into a meal afterwards. For example, the remains of foie gras can be diced for a winter salad made of young shoots, quince paste and pine nuts. Uneaten meat will be easily recycled with a gratin or a parmentier. For cheeses, you just need to get good nuts or cereal breads to make a convivial bistro-style dinner. For dessert it is actually more complicated but if you have fruit left, a fruit salad will always be welcomed, by young and old alike.
I plan light
I shareEven if it means extra work, admit that having the whole family under your roof allows you to share very good moments. Among these, there is the sacrosanct breakfast, even more important when the unwrapping of gifts is done on Christmas morning. We therefore stock up on provisions to offer different fruit juices, various jams but also several kinds of breads, brioches and pastries. You will see that a Christmas breakfast table can be as festive as a Christmas Eve table, if not more with the cries of joy of children. Sharing with others also includes all the delicacies that you can offer to those around you: chocolates, candied chestnuts or Christmas shortbread. If each of the guests leaves with a small gourmet package, they will keep with them the memory of this Christmas spent at your home for several days.
I restHaving given everything for this holiday, you also have the right to rest. Make way for the food processor, time to recharge your batteries. Do not hesitate to use all the devices at your disposal to relieve yourself of the most thankless tasks, even of all tasks. We leave the soup in the heating blender, the veal stew in an electric slow cooker, the vegetables in a steamer, etc. With the new robots put on the market like the Cookeo Connect for example, we really relax because the device does as well as us and in a super fast way: suddenly we have even more time to enjoy Christmas!
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