What’s Your Fondest Food Memory?

Growing up in an Italian family I have many fond food memories but my favorite has to be my Nonna’s Stuffed Eggplant. I am so glad to have it preserved here in this fun Recipideo. There are 4 ways to enter this month’s Recipideo Roundup  dedicated to celebrating not only our Nonna’s, but also our fondest food memories, each giving you an extra chance at winning!! Will you be able to pick just one??

1.WATCH, COOK, SHARE, WIN!

Watch this month’s Recipideo above or on our Recipideo Channel. Cook it at home. Snap a photo and  Share it to us by clicking here. You can also refer to the Stuffed Eggplant recipe on our recipe page.
Stuffed Eggplant with Tomato Sauce

2.COMMENT HERE

What’s your fondest food memory? Do you have a special recipe in your family history? Tell us by posting a comment below.

3.LIKE US

Like us and post a comment on our Facebook  page telling us which of your grandmother’s dishes is your favorite. Example: I love my Nonna Caterina’s Stuffed Eggplant!

4.TWEET THIS

Copy and paste  the following to Twitter: I love my Nonna’s (recipe name!) What’s your favorite? Tell us to win a $50 gift card  http://ow.ly/9zq4I #MyNonnaRecipe @auroraimporting

WIN, WIN, WIN!

Three winners will recieve a $50.00 gift card to use at  My Italian Cantina. Winners and photo entries will be posted on Friday April 6th. Your cherished family recipe may even be preserved in a future Recipideo!  Good luck everyone! We really look forward to hearing from you! CJ695ZJX77U5

About the Author:

I am a little of a great many things. Every experience and every blessing. And even though the whole may be greater than the sum of it's parts, welcome to this little part of me I call "Ita-liana." Raised in an Italian grocery store/food importing company (which explains why wine and olive oil runs through my veins) this is the part of me that is the very best of my Sicilian and Calabrian roots. Watching my Calabrese mother and grandmother cook for the entire family, with not only expertise and ease, but with an over abundance of love, left it's mark. Travelling back to Italy and learning about family history did the rest, while my Sicilian side kicks in almost intuitively. * © All recipes, photography, illustrations on posts by "ita-liana" and "Recipideo" video content copyright Liana Tumino ©

Website: http://www.ita-liana.com