Author Archives: Vicki Suiter-McNickle
Kindle version is out!
Hey did you know Mangia! I Love You is out on Kindle? Check it out on Amazon today. With love, Vicki Happy cooking, eating, laughing and loving!
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We have this amazingly abundant fig tree giving us these beautiful mission figs, and being new to owning a fig tree, I was not sure what I could do with them besides fig jam, fig cookies, and figs with prosciutto. … Continue reading
Posted in Recipe Tagged 45 minute meals, chicken and figs, easy meals, figs, figs and chicken, One dish meals
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Last year I was fortunate enough to be interviewed by a woman who has this great internet TV show, The Path Finder Series, geared around people finding their passion and living wholehearted lives. She just published the video of my … Continue reading
Posted in Connecting through Food Tagged cookbook, cooking, family connections, family tradition, family traditions, love of food, passion, recipes
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Special Family Recipes
Do you have a yummy dish that your mom, aunt, grandma or mother-in-law makes that you only get when your at their house? Maybe one from your grandpa, uncle or dad? You know, that special dish they make that you … Continue reading
Posted in Connecting through Food, General, Recipe Tagged cooking with love, family history, family recipes, family traditions, foods you love, lemon meringue pie, pie, sharing recipes
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I love leftovers! Often I’ll make extra of whatever we’re having for dinner just so there will be leftovers to eat the next day or freeze for another day. I love giving leftovers to my kids when they come over … Continue reading
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Black-Eyed Peas – good luck made with love!
Each year for as long back as I can remember (nearly 30 I think) my dear friend Denny has been brining over black-eyed peas on New Years Eve for us to eat the next day to start off the year … Continue reading
Posted in Holiday Traditions, Recipe Tagged Black eyed peas, easy meals, family, homemade, New years traditions, simple meals, traditions, vegetables
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This eggs florentine recipe is easy and very yummy! 1 clove garlic, 1/4 cup heavy cream, 1/3 cup Romano cheese, 2 cups spinach, 4 eggs. In large pan, heat garlic, cream and cheese for few minutes, toss in spinach, cook … Continue reading
Ricotta Cake with Lemon Glaze
I’m not really much of a sweet eater, however, I could eat one of these cakes in one sitting! It is moist, yummy and delicious. I’ve made this a few times for friends now, and it got rave reviews. Hope … Continue reading
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Grandma & Grandpa in the Kitchen!
I just found this photo tucked away in a memorial book from my Grandfathers services from 1972. It is such a sweet picture of my grandmother Marianna Amico, and Grandfather, Leonard Amico. I’m guessing by their ages it may be from … Continue reading
Posted in Connecting through Food, General Tagged Connecting with Family, family, grandparents, holiday traditoins, homemade, Italian, Italian cookbook, traditions
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