Who is Mario Batali

Mario Francesco Batali (born September 19, 1960) is an American chef, writer and restaurateur. Batali co-owned restaurants in New York City; Las Vegas; Los Angeles and Newport Beach, California; Boston; Singapore; Westport, Connecticut; and New Haven, Connecticut. Batali has appeared on the Food Network, on shows such as Molto Mario and Iron Chef America, on which he was one of the featured "Iron Chefs". In 2017, the restaurant review site Eater revealed multiple accusations of sexual assault against Batali and, in March 2019, he sold all his restaurant holdings.

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  • Bodak_yesso: mario batali is cancelled and for good reason, but that man took his amazing recipes and videos down and my little gay italian heart will never have the satisfaction of making his food in my little gay italian kitchen
  • Tutesezettihet1: tops on my list is mario batali
  • Joeleatherwood: i sat next to chef mario batali on flight from newark to seattle in business class (i upgraded with miles); he complimented united on the meal; this was back in the day before the scandal
  • Rabid_child: last night i dreamt that mario batali was on the katie couric era today show to shill artisanal fart-filled ravioli. al roker stuck a fork in one and it made a loud bort! everyone ooed and awed, and tony the tiger was there for some reason.
  • Publishing_101_: to succeed in the book trade you must either, follow the 'jedi mindset' publishing handguide, hit a gold mine and stumble upon the next 'the lion, the witch and the wardrobe', or publish mario batali's next cookbook.
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She stood-a hill-ensceptred Queen,
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