Sirio Maccioni Quotes

Top 17 wise famous quotes and sayings by Sirio Maccioni

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Sirio Maccioni quotes: When I want to really eat great, I eat at home when my wife cooks. When I want to really eat great, I eat at home when my wife cooks.
Sirio Maccioni quotes: I was born in a house where my family lived for 300 years. I was born in the home where my grandfather was born in. I was born in a house where my family lived for 300 years. I was born in the home where my grandfather was born in.
Sirio Maccioni quotes: All Italians speak Spanish without studying. All Italians speak Spanish without studying.
Sirio Maccioni quotes: One time, I was young. I was skinny. I was elegant. Getting old is terrible. One time, I was young. I was skinny. I was elegant. Getting old is terrible.
Sirio Maccioni quotes: If you don't have a pool in Las Vegas, you have to put your children in the icebox. If you don't have a pool in Las Vegas, you have to put your children in the icebox.
Sirio Maccioni quotes: I get along with everybody because I don't believe anybody. I get along with everybody because I don't believe anybody.
Sirio Maccioni quotes: No one could touch the home cooking of an Italian woman. French women, they are very intelligent, very sexy - but they don't like to cook. No one could touch the home cooking of an Italian woman. French women, they are very intelligent, very sexy - but they don't like to cook.
Sirio Maccioni quotes: The blueberry-soy weight-loss smoothies my son makes for me taste terrible, but my doctor says they're good for me. The blueberry-soy weight-loss smoothies my son makes for me taste terrible, but my doctor says they're good for me.
Sirio Maccioni quotes: Jimmy Carter is the most intelligent. Jimmy Carter is a good man. Jimmy Carter is the most intelligent. Jimmy Carter is a good man.
Sirio Maccioni quotes: In the eighties, we had the ladies who lunch, the power lunch - everything was power. At the beginning of the nineties, things changed. In the eighties, we had the ladies who lunch, the power lunch - everything was power. At the beginning of the nineties, things changed.
Sirio Maccioni quotes: Our pasta primavera was born when I promised fresh pasta with tomatoes and basil to critic Craig Claiborne, but we had no tomatoes. Our pasta primavera was born when I promised fresh pasta with tomatoes and basil to critic Craig Claiborne, but we had no tomatoes.
Sirio Maccioni quotes: I try to be happy, but I'm never happy. I don't believe in happiness. I was happy yesterday, but today and tomorrow is a different story. I try to be happy, but I'm never happy. I don't believe in happiness. I was happy yesterday, but today and tomorrow is a different story.
Sirio Maccioni quotes: My philosophy is that one must always give a lady what she wants. That never goes out of style. My philosophy is that one must always give a lady what she wants. That never goes out of style.