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My Drunk Kitchen: A Guide to Eating,…

My Drunk Kitchen: A Guide to Eating, Drinking, and Going with Your Gut

by Hannah Hart

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One day Hart, a bored New York City transplant, decided to make a fake cooking show for a friend back in California. In her book, she presents a collection of stories, drawings, drink recommendations, cooking tips, and recipes to make and enjoy between drinks. The result is a hilarious -- and surprisingly useful -- reminder to enjoy life, and that together we can make it through.… (more)



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I much prefer My Drunk Kitchen in its original YouTube form. Hannah Hart is endearing in her videos and her drunk ramblings make me giggle--but drunk ramblings in a print book just means I have to read bad writing. ( )
  alyssajp | Jul 29, 2019 |
A cookbook with some serious sass and college nostalgia. great read. ( )
  EBassett | Mar 20, 2019 |
Like a bar of fancy dark chocolate, I savored this book over a long time. Hannah Hart is a great comedian, but she also has some good, hard-earned life advice. It felt a little weird to be taking advice from someone now much older than me, but she obviously has a lot of life experience.

This book was funny, and not all the recipes sounded completely ridiculous. Well. They all sounded ridiculous because of the puns. But not all of them sounded completely inedible. How’s that for a ringing endorsement of a cookbook?

If you need an idea of what to eat tonight, look in here. You might find an idea for some kind of food, but you will probably forget you are hungry because you are laughing and completely absorbed by the crazy shenanigans and hypotheticals Hannah Hart throws your way. ( )
  jlharmon | Nov 3, 2016 |
As a fan of the web series from way back, I had to read this. It didn't disappoint. Hannah is so cute and so fun, and it shows in this book. I wouldn't really recommend cooking anything from her recipes, but it's totally worth picking up. ( )
  imahorcrux | Jun 22, 2016 |
Hannah Hart is a voice that should not be ignored. Through a sense of humor that is based largely on wordplay and puns--my favorite kind of humor--she explores life and all the crazy things that make it up with poignancy, grace, and penis jokes.

Definitely worth reading, owning, and revisiting regularly. ( )
  shulera1 | Jun 7, 2016 |
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        WE CAN DO MORE
            AND BETTER
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