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Today I am throwing it back and bring you a family favorite pasta dish that is perfect for #SundaySupper.
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Funny how food can take you back in time. So much so, that it seems my taste buds have a better memory than my mind does. Some good and some not so good. Raspberry Crunch is definitely a good one. This recipe was handed down to me from Sir Sportsalot's gran...
The #SundaySupper event this week is all about Retro Recipes. So after you turn forward your clocks, take a walk back down memory lane with these delightful recipes!
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While working in the tech industry, an opportunity arose to combine two of Anne’s passions (tech and food). This was long before blogging, before the term “social networking” came into play, and truly, before most people had even heard about “the Web.” Webicurean was created for a service called CompuServe. It was around 1996/97 that Webicurean began as part of the Internet Fun Forum, and eventually as a featured column on CompuServe’s main menu. In those early years, Webicurean’s goal was not only to write about food, but to curate the best that the fledgling Web had to offer. Topics ranged from chili cookoffs to buying fish online, and in addition to bringing you the best related sites, a story would unfold.
Fast forward to 2012, and much has changed. As it turns out, hundreds of recipes had been posted on Webicurean.com over the years. Many have already been converted into the new blog format, and the remaining will be added over time. Eventually we plan to retest each recipe, and post with mouth watering pictures. Beyond that, Anne will feature family recipes, passed down for generations, as well as other recipes from some of her favorite sources, both old and new. She especially loves vintage cookbooks and hopes to give some forgotten recipes a breath of new life. Along the way a little history and the stories that make these recipes special will be told.
In addition to writing about food, Anne has written on other topics, including most recently a book about Nicasio, California as part of Arcadia Publishing’s “Images of America” series of pictorial histories. This book features vintage photographs from local archives and personal collections, recounting tales of the Coast Miwok and early settlers of the mid 1800s up through current times. She was also a panelist at Vircomm 2001, co-authored “Love, Lies and the Internet” in 1996 with Steve Syrmopoulos, and was a columnist for “The Paper” — penning a bi-monthly technology column and Web site reviews, with a focus on Northern California and coastal community news, events, and businesses.