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He's idealistic; he certainly has emotions, but they're highly disciplined. But how can someone be both slick and earnest simultaneously? I’ve been offered every reality show in the world: this with the stars, that with the stars, “Can you sing? ” I said no to all of them, but I’ve always wanted to learn how to dance. [Julia’s note: We were talking about his love life—why is he talking about his pets? If you’re a woman who can cook and you meet a man who can cook, don’t tell him! She really hasn’t mentioned it to be honest with you.
Throughout our almost hour-long interview, Rocco described cooking and food with a level of sensuality one doesn't frequently hear in people—let alone men. I think it’s very difficult to predict something like that. There are a lot of people in my life that I love and care for, including my cat, Pumpkin, and my dog, Tesha, a half Pekingese who’s nine and only eats rice and chicken. I think when I meet women who say they can cook, I immediately think, God, what’s going to make me special?
On August 20, 2017, Di Spirito appeared on celebrity chef Guy Fieri's Guy's Grocery Games - Superstar Tournament Part 1, competing against other celebrity chefs for a ,000 first prize donated to their chosen charity.
Di Spirito made it to the finale, and beat out previous tournament winner Iron Chef Alex Guaranschelli.
Di Spirito succeeded Arthur Schwartz as host of Food Talk, an hour-long morning talk show on New York Radio WOR (AM), from October 2004 through December 2005, and then hosted 12 episodes of the TV show Rocco Gets Real on A&E (October 4 through December 27, 2008).
He is known for his involvement in Union Pacific, a restaurant he opened in 1997 in the Gramercy Park section of Manhattan.
A year later, New York Times reviewer Ruth Reichl, in an ecstatic three-star review, reported that a woman at the next table was moaning in uncontrollable ecstasy as she ate, but it was impossible to determine what dish had provoked that reaction, since just about every entree was worthy of such moans. From 2003 to 2004, Di Spirito starred in the NBC reality television show The Restaurant, which followed the launch and operation of a new Manhattan restaurant called Rocco's on 22nd.
Di Spirito was born in Queens, New York City, New York.
He graduated in 1986 from the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, New York, and in 1990 from Boston University with a bachelor's degree in business.
Di Spirito returned in the Top Chef season three finale (Top Chef: Miami) — in which three celebrity chefs were brought to work as sous chefs to the contestants, with Di Spirito assisting Hung Huynh — and was a guest judge on the March 14, 2008 Top Chef season four premiere (Top Chef: Chicago).