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Watch Jimmy Fallon and Mario Batali Reminisce About Food from Their Youth

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In the lastest episode of chef/orange Crocs enthusiast Mario Batali's new show The High Road, he meets up with comedian Jimmy Fallon in New York City and spends time at the High Line, the city's elevated park. In between rounds of competitive putt-putt golf and jumping in a bouncy house, Fallon opens up to Mario about what he ate growing up. While "food was big" in his family, they were also of Irish descent, and "Irish people have really bland taste, they kind of boil everything": "What is it? Boil it. Corned Beef? Boil it…Potatoes? Boil it. Cabbage? Have you tried boiling it?" Basically, Fallon explains, "It's the easiest cookbook. It's a brochure, it says: 'Boil it.'" Go, watch:

Video: The High Road with Mario Batali: Jimmy Fallon

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