Jersey City, New Jersey — (CNN) If you’re like many Americans who celebrate the holidays with a little bit of a party in the kitchen, you might want to make some adjustments.
The holiday season can be overwhelming for some, especially for the first time, but that doesn’t mean it’s not worth it to have some fun.
The New York Times asked New Jersey restaurants to make it easier for their guests to get into the holiday spirit, with their holiday menus designed to make sure the party doesn’t become overwhelming.
Some of the more popular menu items include the Christmas pudding pie, a holiday staple, or a traditional pumpkin pie, with a seasonal twist.
“The holiday meal menu is a celebration of the season.
It’s about celebrating what makes us so special,” said Kristin Davenport, the president of the Jersey City Restaurant Association.
In addition to offering some holiday favorites, there are plenty of treats that can make it even easier for your guests to make the most of the holidays.
“There are so many great holiday dishes, so we try to incorporate those as much as possible into our menus,” said Kristen Davenports.
If you’re looking to enjoy the holiday without all the party, there’s also a seasonal dish called the pumpkin pie or the holiday dessert, which is made with a traditional dessert mix that includes pumpkin, chocolate, cinnamon and a sweet buttercream frosting.
The restaurant association has created holiday-themed menus for every borough in New Jersey, which includes Jersey City and surrounding communities.
Davenports recommends that you use the Christmas tree, the holiday decorations and the holiday food items to create a holiday menu.
The Times reached out to many of the top holiday restaurants in the New Jersey area, and found that some of them offered a great menu for the holiday season.
The Restaurant Association of New Jersey’s Christmas menu has been featured on NBC’s Today show, and the New York Daily News featured the holiday menu on its holiday edition.
In fact, the restaurant association recently announced plans to open a branch of its holiday-friendly menu in the state of New York.
The branch will offer holiday food, holiday decor, and holiday foods.
“We’re excited to be working with restaurants across New Jersey to help celebrate the holiday with a full menu of great food options,” Davenpons said.