On New Year's Eve I am a fan of staying at home and steering clear of expensive parties, hard to get taxis, and high heels.
It's going to the same old bar tomorrow night, but without the $100 entrance fee.
Who wants to stand in cold rain in the middle of the night hoping that a taxi stops to pick you up?
And well, maybe I will wear my heels at home because they make my legs look more toned and I can always take them off if they get uncomfortable.
Plus, there are no lines for drinks at my house and there's always plenty of food. I am going to have bubbly wine, smoked salmon, cheese, veggies and dip, chicken wings, and lots of other easy as pie snacks throughout the night.
And then for later, I have made some amazing buns for a midnight meal of leftover holiday ham sandwiches. I know I'll be hungry for late night snacks and I am planning ahead because they aren't aren't going to be any local deliveries happening at midnight!
Keep reading to find out how to make your own Sweet Potato Buns. If you start now, there should be enough time for the buns to rise nicely.