Saturday, April 14, 2012

There's Always Room For La Dolce Vita

I'm having a little love affair with David Rocco. I'm hooked on his cooking show, which I watch every chance I get. He's down to earth, makes simple Italian cooking look five star, and he's easy on the eyes.

I recently bought his two cookbooks,
David Rocco’s Dolce Vita and Made In Italy by David Rocco. I love them both equally. They have his personality, a few stories, and color photos with every recipe. That is my kind of cookbook.

I've already made a few things from it and they were simple, easy and delicous. These are the only two hardcover books I carry in the truck. Anything else isn't worth the space.

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Drop It Like It’s Hot
2 YEARS AGO: The Art Of Being Tardy
3 YEARS AGO: Vantage Point
4 YEARS AGO: Cape Cahd Hahba
5 YEARS AGO: Waxing Brilliant
6 YEARS AGO: Seven! Seven! Seven! Seven! Seveeeeennnn!

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