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Mario Batali Gives George Stephanopoulos a Cooking Lesson
Batali, the celebrated chef and co-host of "The Chew," heats up Times Square by putting a twist on summer grilling.
Mario Batali Talks Plans for a Food Theme Park and How Meditation Helped Calm His Temper
Mario Batali has 28 restaurants, 10 cookbooks (with an 11th on the way), a daytime cooking show (“ The Chew ”), a food emporium in New York City (Eataly), and now plans for a food theme park. “We’re working on a green gastronomic theme park in Bologna, [Italy] ,” Batali told ABC News’ Dan Harris
'10% Happier': Mario Batali
The world renowned chef and restaurateur sat down with ABC News' Dan Harris to talk about his future food plans and his meditation practice.
‘GMA’s $5 Dinner Challenge Finale: 5 Great Meals for Two for Only $5
Chefs have been battling all week in “GMA”’s $5 dinner challenge, where they were asked to provide tasty, nutritious meals for two for under $5. Every day this week the chefs have thrown down, offering their best $5 meals (supplemented by items that most people would have in their pantries). The
'GMA' Hot List: 'Scandal'-ous Secrets Spilled, $5 Dinner Challenge
Lara Spencer goes behind the scenes at Olivia Pope and Associates with the gladiators, and chef Mario Batali dishes up dinner for only $3.20 in today's 60-second hot list.
Thanksgiving 2015: Recipes for the Top 6 Most-Tweeted About Thanksgiving Foods
The biggest food holiday of the year is just one week away, and as families around the country are planning what recipes to prepare for their Thanksgiving Day feast, many are taking to Twitter to search and share foods to serve. Twitter compiled data for the most tweeted-about dishes in the weeks
'The Chew' Stars Whip Up a Thanksgiving Feast
Carla Hall, Michael Symon, Mario Batali and Clinton Kelly share recipes for turkey, sausage stuffing, acorn squash and chocolate pumpkin pie.
'GMA' 40th Anniversary: Most Memorable Food Moments
Emeril Lagasse, Mario Batali and Sara Moulton share their favorite and most popular recipes from over the years.
'GMA' 40th Anniversary: Most Memorable Food Moments From Julia Child to Emeril Lagasse
Some people learn to cook from their mothers. Former co-anchor Joan Lunden says she learned to cook from all of the chefs over the years on " Good Morning America ." Julia Child , the original Queen of television cuisine, started it all, becoming the first "GMA" cooking correspondent in 1980 and
Emeril Lagasse Showcases Pork Loin and Malassadas Recipes
The celebrity chef cooks up some recipes from his new cookbook "Essential Emeril."