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Blueberry Oat Bars

In Desserts, Recipes by Frances Largeman Roth

Picking fat, sweet blueberries with my mom is one of my most vivid childhood memories. Each summer we would fill up buckets at the pick-your-own farm, and then bring them home. After having our fill of fresh ones, we would freeze the rest to enjoy during the long and brutal Western New York winter. I loved adding some to my morning cereal and watching the milk freeze around the berries—fun!

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Grilled Shrimp Panzanella

In Main Dishes, Recipes, Salads by Frances Largeman Roth

Panzanella is an Italian bread salad, and it’s a great way to use up stale bread. It’s also a nice way to get kids (and vegetable averse grown ups) to eat more veggies. I like pairing it with quick cooking shrimp for an easy weeknight meal. By the time you’ve let the shrimp marinate, you’ll have grilled the bread and put the salad elements together.

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In Uncategorized by Frances Largeman Roth

Makes 6 servings | Prep Time: 10 mins | Cook Time: 27 mins As summer winds down, it’s important to make each sun-kissed day matter. Soon we’ll be saying goodbye …

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In Uncategorized by Frances Largeman Roth

As summer winds down, it’s important to make each sun-kissed day matter. Soon we’ll be saying goodbye to longer days and a more carefree schedule, as well as all that amazing summer produce. I like to kind of overdose on all my favorites, so that I don’t miss them as much when they’re finally gone. Fresh local corn is one of those foods I can never get enough of. Right now it’s absolutely perfect — sweet, juicy and great right off the cob or used in recipes like this easy frittata. I like the added flavor of grilled corn, but you can also use boiled or steamed corn.

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Individual 5 Layer Dip

In Blog by Frances Largeman Roth

It’s almost the Super Bowl, which is one of the biggest food days of the year. I’ll be totally honest, I don’t really watch the game, but I love all the fanfare and commercials. And I always love another reason to celebrate!

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My Mantras for a Totally Awesome Year!

In Blog by Frances Largeman Roth

Well folks, here we are, at the very end of 2016. I’ve been feeling a bit melancholy over the loss of so many amazing people this year: Prince, George Michael, David Bowie, Alan Thicke, Harper Lee, Alan Rickman, Florence Henderson, Sharon Jones, Leonard Cohen–really, the list goes on and on and seems endless. It is easy to feel a bit blue this time of year, especially if you feel like you haven’t reached your full potential or achieved those goals you so dutifully wrote down this time last year.

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HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE–BAKING & COOKING

In Blog by Frances Largeman Roth

Well friends, I saved this gift guide for last because it’s loaded up with the stuff that I would most want to receive as a gift. This one was so much fun to put together. I hope you find some great picks for your kids, friends, or simply your inner baker. Go forth and gift!

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HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE–BEAUTY!

In Blog by Frances Largeman Roth

If you know me, you know I’m a beauty geek. I love trying new products, whether they’re from the drug store or the latest boutique. Keep your glam friends or teens looking their best with these fun finds. Pick up something for yourself while you’re at it–you deserve it dollface!