Doritos and lasagna are just fine in his eyes.
For some reason, it reminds us of a "Far Side" cartoon.
The red-headed chef will put his pen to your copy of Molto Mario next week.
In a rare visit, the massively famous ginger chef will cook two lunches in Santa Monica.
Batals is happy to cook ... for a price.
An ex-employee says he was groped, but not by Molto.
The latest rumor has a "big-name" behind and Eataly-like concept.
Plus: Now's a good time to invest in whiskey; and Bataligate tops this year's biggest food scandals, all in our morning news roundup.
While the report paints a gloomy picture for working conditions across the industry, it's much more unflattering to chains.
It's 4 p.m., and today that means it's time for an all-Batali edition of Two for Eight.
Neighbors express concern that drinking could lead to noise hitting the bluffs above.
His salami, vinegar, wine, and more.
The 'Voice' critic does have seventeen other favorites, though.
Though rumors of a food truck have been quashed before, Quest was chatting them up with Grub Street Sunday.
The show is "patronizing," "mundane," and "overstuffed."