As New Year’s Eve approaches, some retailers have been targeting consumers who’ll ring in the New Year at home by offering recipes on Twitter that put a new spin on traditional party food. Dierberg’s Markets, Chesterfield, Mo., and Whole Foods Market, Austin, Texas, posted recipes for mixed Champagne drinks. Diegberg’s Champagne Punch recipe features cranberry-raspberry juice and triple sec, while Whole Foods’ Clementine Crush Sparkling Cocktail recipe ...

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