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Fancy New Year's Feast Suggestions
It's almost over...in a few days we'll be celebrating the end of 2020 (phew!), and despite coronavirus restrictions, there are still safe options if you want to get dressed up! Nycci Nellis tells us there are plenty of nicer takeout options: listen in for the details. 
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Nycci's Suggestions for a Comforting New Year's Eve
In a few days we'll be celebrating the end of 2020, but a new year won't mean coronavirus restrictions are over. Nycci Nellis from the ListAreYouOnIt.com says there are still plenty of options if you're looking for some comfort food.
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Get Those Last Minute Foodie Gifts
It may be the eleventh hour, but you can still get the last-minute gift for the foodie in your life. Nycci gives her holiday gift guide ideas on WTOP. 
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Nycci's Christmas Eve Suggestions
Christmas Eve and Christmas Day are just a couple of days away -- and like everything this year, it's going to be different if you were planning to have holiday meals at -- or from -- a local restaurant. Nycci Nellis, from TheListAreYouOnIt.com joins Mark and Debbie to talk about the dining options available for the holidays in our area.  
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Your Christmas Day Options from Nycci on WTOP
Christmas is almost here, and while getting gifts in time is always a struggle, figuring out your holiday meals can be a challenge as well. And this year, it's even more complicated due to Coronavirus restrictions. WTOP's Mark and Deb spoke with Nycci Nellis from TheListAreYouOnIt.com about what to expect from dining options in the area. Photo: Farmers Restaurant Group
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Nycci Nellis Gives the Details on How to Make Your Thanksgiving 2020, V
We are ONE WEEK AWAY from Thanksgiving. Have you figured out what you're doing yet? The pandemic has many people doing something different this year -- likely with a much smaller group. And that means people may need help to pull it all together. WTOP spoke with Nycci Nellis from The List, and he says whether you need assistance with food or drink, local businesses are ready to help.. And don't forget about desserts on Thanksgiving. Photo: Ridgewells Catering
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Nycci Nellis Gives the Details on How to Make Your Thanksgiving 2020, IV
We've been hearing Thanksgiving meal ideas this week from Nycci Nellis at The List. If you don't want to cook the feast yourself, she's been offering suggestions on where you can go to find some tasty treats for your table -- from the turkey to the sides... to cocktails and desserts. And one thing we haven't touched on yet... are suggestions for vegetarians... or those who want to take a different approach to the big meal. Photo: Equinox Restaurant  
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Nycci Nellis Gives the Details on How to Make Your Thanksgiving 2020, III
The clock is ticking fast toward Thanksgiving. And with the coronavirus pandemic keeping many of us at home... lots of folks are looking for options for their holiday meal. Nycci Nellis suggests that in a year that has been so unusual... you may want to try something non-traditional. Photo: Ridgewells Catering
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Nycci Nellis Gives the Details on How to Make Your Thanksgiving 2020, II
We are ONE WEEK AWAY from Thanksgiving. Have you figured out what you're doing yet? The pandemic has many people doing something different this year -- likely with a much smaller group. And that means people may need help to pull it all together. WTOP spoke with Nycci Nellis. She says whether you need assistance with food or drink, local businesses are ready to help. Photo: Money Muscle BBQ
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Nycci Nellis Gives the Details on How to Make Your Thanksgiving 2020, I
Thanksgiving may be dramatically different for many of us this year. A lot of people have canceled plans to travel and may only share the day and the holiday meal with a smaller number of relatives and friends. And that means that many more people may find themselves in charge of preparing the food that will be served. Fortunately, local businesses and restaurants can help you. TheListAreYouOnIt.com's Nycci Nellis offered a few suggestions to the WTOP listeners. Photo: Dawson's Market
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