Lush, sensuous and completely engaging, Made in Italy takes up where David Rocco’s Dolce Vita left off, giving us a full-on appreciation of all things Italian. Food and style go hand in hand in David Rocco’s world, be it in his television series or his cookbooks, and Made in Italy is no exception. Gorgeous location photography puts the reader right into the scene, with atmosphere to die for. Over 200 extraordinary recipes, offering simple, delicious fare from all over Italy, make this cookbook utterly desirable for any food lover. For the armchair traveller and pleasure-seeking gourmand, Made in Italy is a trip worth taking.