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Cooking the Channel: A Duo of David Rocco Salads

Summer in a bowl: David Rocco's panzanella salad

Summer in a bowl: David Rocco's panzanella salad

On a sweltering Sunday, the last thing I wanted to do was turn on a burner or the oven. It was the perfect day for light, refreshing no-cook recipes. Maybe a salad, I thought, but not any old boring jumble of lettuce and dressing. A couple fresh Italian salads from David Rocco’s Dolce Vita caught my eye and I knew they’d make an ideal summer meal.

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Cooking the Channel: Chicken Burgers

Chicken Burger with Lemongrass and Lime from Bill's Holiday

Chicken Burger with Lemongrass and Lime from Bill's Holiday

We’re blazing our way through Cooking Channel recipes, one show at a time. Hope you’re cooking along! Leave links to your blogs and post pictures to Facebook.

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Food Bloggers Cooking: David Rocco

David Rocco takes a break as food bloggers have at it

David Rocco takes a break as food bloggers have at it

No Roman holiday in the cards for your summer? How about a quick weekend staycation with three tribute recipes that are about as irresistible as Mr. Rocco himself…

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Sifted: Apriums, Chickpea Chic, Mead

Honey-Rich Apriums  credit:  Felicia Friesema

Honey-Rich Apriums credit: Felicia Friesema

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Which of these three are you most likely to try?

Craving: Radishes; Some of Yours, Some of Ours

White on Rice Couple - Todd and Diane

White on Rice Couple - Todd and Diane

Welcome late-spring, a time when you can rip your dinner out of the ground, rinse it, and eat it raw. Or you can roast it, dress it with olive oil and mint, bake it in a gratin, or pile it on a sandwich.

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Craving: Fiddleheads

Maine fiddleheads - credit:  Elizabeth Poisson

Maine fiddleheads - credit: Elizabeth Poisson

Growing up in Maine, April and May meant only one thing to us. A bounty of wildly foraged fiddleheads, cooked up by my grandfather on his pot belly stove, out in his garden shed…

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