?David Rocco is surely Canada?s answer to Britain?s Nigel Slater, a cook who makes simplicity an art form. David Rocco?s Dolce Vita is a celebration [of] family, friends, good wine and good food. Buon appetito! ?
? THE GLOBE AND MAIL () --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
DAVID ROCCO says, “I’m not a chef, I’m Italian!” His cooking learned at his mother’s side, David is the epitome of an Italian food lover: adventurous, opinionated and fantastic to be around at dinnertime. Dolce Vita is shown in over 150 countries around the globe and as of 2010 has been airing on the Cooking Channel to over 80 million homes in the U.S. Formerly a model, David Rocco spends his time developing new concepts for his company, Rockhead Entertainment, with his wife and business partner, Nina. They have two daughters and split their time between Toronto and Italy. Check out his website at www.davidrocco.com.
I had to buy a second copy of this book because my daughter took my first copy. We both use the book as our starting points whenever we cook Italian. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Anthony D. Baranyi
I loved every recipe! The pasta dishes were simple and delicious. I loved the soups. Didn't require a lot of ingredients.Published 21 months ago by Recluse
This book is wonderful for anyone interested in Italian cooking (or eating). It is high quality, gorgeous and beautifully put together. Read morePublished 21 months ago by chrissy
If you like Italian cooking you will love this cook book. The recipes are not mangia cake and are extremely simple. Read morePublished on Aug. 28 2013 by A Morson
Love this book. It is rustic Italian cooking at it's best. Not only does it have good recipes but the pictures are also fabulous. Read morePublished on March 5 2013 by Maddy
I love recipe books with photos, and this is great. I love that nothing gets wasted (using stale bread, rinds of cheese, etc.)Published on Jan. 4 2013 by Carol
An interesting approach on how to write a cook book. It not only has interesting, easy to prepare recipes, but it also gives the reader a novel way of looking at how the italian... Read morePublished on Dec 30 2011 by Dali
This cookbook is an absolute treat to use and to read! Recipes are uncomplicated, using a minimum of ingredients. Read morePublished on Dec 5 2011 by Bonnie Webster
My decision to buy David Rocco's cookbook was inspired by watching his program on The Cooking Channel. Read morePublished on Oct. 2 2011 by William