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Mario Batali Reveals Why He Left 'Iron Chef'

Mario Batali was recently at the Atlantic Food Summit where he discussed the reasons why he decided to leave his spot on the Iron Chef. Batali revealed that he loved working on the show but, as time went on, he got sick of the routine and became agitated when judges were replaced by "skinny little actresses from a show called The OC." See Batali's full explanation for leaving the Iron Chef
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