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Do stick with what you know.

The holidays are not the time to try out new recipes or test your cooking skills. Plenty of old favorites and standards are sure to delight your guests, and who can resist a free home-cooked meal?

If you must try out something new, take the recipe for a test run (or two) a few weeks before the event so that you've worked through the kinks before you're feeding a crowd.

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