David Rocco's Amalfi Getaway

September 2015
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S1 Ep6 - Vino

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Vino - The unique climate of the Amalfi coast makes it possible for local wineries to grow superior grapes - and produce some of the top wines in Italy. David visits one of the most respected wineries on the coast run by his friends Andrea and Maris...
August 2015
21:00

S1 Ep5 - Buon Gustaio

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Buon Gustaio - David and his friend Franco travel high up the mountains to the town of Agerola for an extraordinary food adventure. Agerola is famous for some of the best food on the coast, and still makes many dishes in the traditional artisanal wa...
20:38

S1 Ep4 - Fiesta Di Baldino

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Fiesta di Baldino - David's long-time friends, the Oliva family, invite him to their family restaurant in the town of Scala, for a birthday celebration for their patriarch Baldino, who is turning 90 years old. As a tribute, the family prepares all o...
20:53

S1 Ep3 - Mozzarella Di Bufala

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Mozzarella di Bufala - Chef David Rocco dives into the world of an Italian culinary treasure - buffalo milk cheeses, starting with a visit to a creamery in the town of Paestum where he meets the majestic buffalos face to face. David gets a taste of ...
20:57

S1 Ep2 - Pesce

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Pesce - Amalfi's rugged coastline facing the open sea has always made it easier to fish than to farm. Because of this, the Amalfitani make some of the most delicious seafood dishes in the world. Chef David Rocco kicks off his pursuit of local seafoo...
20:56

S1 Ep1 - Limone

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Limone - Canadian chef David Rocco returns to Italy - this time to the Amalfi coast. Here, his journey takes viewers into the home kitchens, restaurants and farms of Amalfi to cook with the mammas, nonnas and chefs who make simple, honest, rustic It...
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