Publish Date: 5/1/2012
From the Publisher:
The Master Chef judge and successful figure behind such celebrated New York establishments as Babbo and Esca describes his tutelage under his pragmatic father, culinary education in Italy and partnerships with his mother and Mario Batali, sharing insights into how his restaurants have influenced American views on good food. Simultaneous.
'[A] this salty, rollicking memoir....[Bastianich's] forthrightness about the business nitty-gritty and his own failures and mistakes are bonus takeaways along the utterly readable way."