Holiday cocktails

This Oct. 31, 2011 photo shows a Rudolph's nose, left, and a chilly pear tree in Concord, N.H. Christmas brunch is an excellent time to break out the light but festive cocktails that can elevate the meal from a cooked breakfast to a real occasion. [Matthew Mead/AP]

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