What if this year, you were to surprise your guests? Throw them even, with your creativity?

To bring a fresh new perspective on the holiday classics, we asked a number of talented and innovative young chefs to come up with new recipes for the holiday season. Just for you, they strayed from the usual classics, developing simple yet gourmet dishes that demonstrate the infinite number of flavours that pair effortlessly with champagne.

From Romesco broccoli to oven-roasted squash… This year, invite lightness and modernity to your festive table, and make it sparkle more than ever with the effervescence of champagne.

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