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Italian Stuffed Zucchini

by Anne Papina on August 30, 2013

Since relaunching Webicurean last year, my mother has been asking — “have you posted the stuffed zucchini yet?” I’ve been meaning to, honest, but other recipes keep getting in the way. I’m not sure why, though, given these are one of my favorite family treats. With zucchini so plentiful this time of year, now seemed […]

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Martin’s Easy Mexican Rice

by Anne Papina on August 23, 2013

Have you ever made Mexican rice? Let’s be clear. I’m not talking about one of those heavy, gloppy tomato rice concoctions we find all over the place. I’m talking about the authentic stuff. That light, fluffy, orange rice that adorns the plate at your favorite taqueria. I don’t know about you, but this sort of […]

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Hurry Up Alfredo & Vegan Yum Yum Cookbook Review

by Anne Papina on June 23, 2013

Boy do I have a delicious treat for you–a cookbook to be exact. Several weeks back, HCI Books generously provided me a review copy of Vegan Yum Yum by Lauren Ulm, and Morgan and I have been having so much fun trying the recipes. Sure, this book has been on the shelves for a couple […]

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Farrotto (Farro Risotto) with Mushroom Medley

by Anne Papina on June 13, 2013

As I mentioned a few posts back, I recently attended Camp Blogaway in Angelus Oaks. What a fun weekend packed with lots of good food, great presentations, and about a 100 bloggers eager to learn. I met so many wonderful folks there–connections that will last a lifetime. I returned with cherished memories, and two bags […]

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You’re probably wondering what’s up with all the vegan and gluten-free recipes lately. Well, we’re trying to eat a little healthier around here. Sure, we love a fat, juicy burger just as much as the next person, but the fact is as we get older we need to be a little more mindful about what […]

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Cheezy Vegan Chorizo Pasta Bake

by Anne Papina on May 26, 2013

I had intended my Memorial Day post to be about barbecue. Serious barbecue. We’re talking a whole hog. I had all the pictures lined up, but the instructions, which are admittedly a bit involved, didn’t quite come together before I took off for Camp Blogaway.  So, here I am, on the eve before my road […]

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French Country Flat Pie #SundaySupper

by Anne Papina on April 21, 2013

This week I’m keeping things short and sweet, as I’m writing this on the heels of my mom’s 89th birthday party. My sisters and I were cranking out appetizers all afternoon–what can I say? We love a good party! It’s so fitting that this week’s #SundaySupper is all about parties–bridal and baby showers in particular […]

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Classic Shrimp Louie

by Anne Papina on March 28, 2013

With Good Friday upon us, I thought I’d write about one of my favorite Lenten dishes. I may not have grown up in a religious household, but we did follow certain Catholic traditions. For example, each year for Lent, we’d give up sweets (although I seem to recall Sundays were cheat days).  And certainly we’d […]

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Potato and Leek Gratin #SundaySupper

by Anne Papina on March 24, 2013

Spring, Daylight Savings Time, Easter–they bring rejuvenation, new beginnings, and an opportunity to bask in the warmth of longer days. We’re not very religious around here, but our family does observe all the major Christian holidays. With Easter being the most important, at least to the devout, we use this holiday to bring family and […]

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This week arrived with a welcome warmth in the air and daylight that seemingly stretched out for miles, or at least past seven… of course, the asparagus is in full bloom at my local market–all signs that it must be Spring. This week the #SundaySupper crew is embracing its arrival with dozens of Spring-inspired recipes. […]

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