Although our Chefs-in-Residence are some of America's most incredible cooks, we're inspired by the simple food they make at home. Here's how Mario Batali cooks in his everyday life.

Mario Batali
January 10, 2014

Although our Chefs-in-Residence are some of America's most incredible cooks, we're inspired by the simple food they make at home. Here's how Mario Batali eats in his everyday life.

8 A.M.
By 8 a.m., I am long gone from home, but at 6, I'm making breakfast for my kids, like a Batali McMuffin—duck egg over-easy with prosciutto and Fontina.

8 P.M.
I might make roast pork loin on a Sunday and black-bean burgers on a Meatless Monday. Tuesday is anything we feel like, such as strip steaks with porcini and truffles. Wednesday through Friday our babysitter makes delicious Mexican food, and I just eat it up.

MIDNIGHT
I am not cooking anywhere, but I am often lurking around restaurants checking things out.

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