WETA White House Chronicle Host and Hearst-NYT columnist Llewellyn King has a new charming column out. It concerns the blessed topics of New Year’s Eve and hangovers. He offers remedies (one involves milk and a pat of butter).
“For some of you, it will be the only time you drink in the year; and for accomplished drinkers, well, get a designated driver — and maybe a designated bed. Things can get way out of hand.”
He warns, “Everything is stacked in favor of excess New Year’s Eve. Everything.”
“…In the bad old days of journalism, when every day was a kind of New Year, there were theories aplenty of how to survive late into the night and to be in shape for the morrow. They include the following:”
Read the column here.