In the final installment of the first season of MOLTISSIMO, Mario cooks a Tuscan lunch for Action Bronson and Brooklyn chef Missy Robbins.
Mario Batali cooks a Tuscan lunch for rapper Action Bronson and chef Missy Robbins of Williamsburg, Brooklyn’s Lilia.
Quite possibly the ultimate comfort food dish.
A rack of pork, a ton of onions, and fresh fennel = a classic dish for entertaining.
Pulling inspiration from Mary’s Italian heritage, Mario serves a course of ravioli all’Amatriciana, followed by chicken alla Romana.
Packed with guanciale and tomatoes, then tossed with butter, these ravioli are dinner perfection.
One-pot chicken is the answer to all your weeknight meal dilemmas.
Mario creates an Italian-Caribbean fusion menu, serving pumpkin bruschetta and charred snapper with sungold gazpacho.
The ultimate cold-weather bruschetta, because who doesn’t love shit on toast?
Light, refreshing, and the perfect weeknight dinner.
In the fourth episode of MOLTISSIMO, Mario Batali welcomes food aficionado Elettra Weideman and actor/designer Waris Ahluwalia into the MUNCHIES Test Kitchen.
This crunchy autumn tuber is tantalising served raw with the warm soothing counterpoint of the melted rich fontina and the staccato of the nutty and tangy gremolata.
This makes and excellent simple first course in the autumn, when the late season radicchio has developed a pleasantly bitter taste that really sings with the Asiago and then dances like fireflies with the tart green apples.
In the third episode of MOLTISSIMO, Mario Batali goes bicoastal as he hosts Nicholas Morgenstern of New York and Wes Avila of Los Angeles in the MUNCHIES Test Kitchen for a quintessential Italian meal.
Roll up your veal with some cheese and herbs and bake it in a tomato sauce for your new favourite dinner.
The potatoes serve to soak up the driblets of oil from the pesto while the beans add a delightful crunch and a counterpoint of sweetness.
Mario is joined by Saturday Night Live comedians Kyle Mooney and Beck Bennett in the MUNCHIES Test Kitchen for an afternoon of wine, food, and laughs.
In the inaugural episode of MOLTISSIMO, Mario Batali welcomes actress Rosie Perez and VICE journalist Ben Anderson to the MUNCHIES Test Kitchen for a cross-cultural culinary adventure.
Breaded with saltines and seasoned with adobo, this easy meal will be a quick favorite.
Stuff your courgette with lamb, and then stuff that in your mouth.
Tender beef and Swiss chard meatballs are stewed in a delicious tomato sauce. What more does one need in life?
Earthy beetroot, ricotta, and potatoes come together as the delicious filling for this brown-butter, poppyseed, and ricotta salata ravioli.
What happens when the creators of Master of None, Aziz Ansari and Alan Yang, hang out with the Master of Lunch, Mario Batali? A lot of eating and drinking.
This crispy carrot antipasti is great on its own or served with mascarpone and Treviso Ubriacco cheese.