My Drunk Kitchen: A Guide to Eating, Drinking, and Going with Your Gut by Hannah HartOne day, lonely cubicle dweller and otherwise bored New York City transplant Hannah Hart decided to make a fake cooking show for a friend back home in California. She opened her laptop, pulled out some bread and cheese, and then, as one does, started drinking. The video was called Butter Yo Sh*t and online sensation My Drunk Kitchen was born.
My Drunk Kitchen (the book!) includes recipes, stories, color photographs, and tips and tricks to inspire your own adventures in tipsy cooking. Hannah offers cocktail recommendations, culinary advice (like, remember to turn off the oven when you go to bed), and shares never-before-seen recipes such as:
The Hartwich (Knowledge is ingenuity! Learn from the past!) Can Bake (Inventing things is hard! You dont have to start from scratch!) Latke Shotkes (Plan ahead to avoid a night of dread!) Tiny Sandwiches (Size doesnt matter! Aim to satisfy.) Saltine Nachos (Its not about resources! Its about being resourceful.)
In the end, My Drunk Kitchen may not be your go-to guide for your next dinner party . . . but it will make you laugh and drink . . . I mean think . . . about life.
Grilled Cheese Latkes
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The kids from This Needs to Stop are no strangers to the occasional inebriated mishap in the kitchen. There have been chicken fingers thrown in a degree oven at AM only to be remembered 12 hours later. You get a few drinks into you, you get hungry! It happens! Recently we have discovered My Drunk Kitchen just go to YouTube and search for My Drunk Kitchen and behold — a series of videos dedicated to cooking while drunk. We love this girl! We want to hang out with her.
In , a year-old UC Berkley grad named Hannah Hart got a message from her former roommate, telling her that she missed her drunk cooking. So Hart did what any millennial with a little ingenuity and an Internet connection might do; she shot a video of herself making a grilled cheese sandwich to upload to YouTube. The only hitch? Guest stars like Mary-Louise Parker and Sarah Silverman made Kitchen cameos, and Hart became a certifiable Internet celebrity—an influencer that boasted millions of followers and views. Despite having expanded that influence elsewhere—speaking tours, cookbooks, movies with fellow YouTubers and frequent collaborators Mamrie Hart and Grace Helbig, and a recent memoir called Buffering: Unshared Tales of a Life Fully Loaded —Hart has continued to create new weekly episodes of My Drunk Kitchen , although now there are noticeable differences: higher production value; sponsored partnerships with brands like Barilla; her hair has gradually lightened from a dark brown to a bright platinum. It seemed like it could only be a matter of time before television would come calling.
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But, before the fame, success, and trusted like and subscribe buttons, some of our internet faves had pretty weird reasons for starting their journeys. His first videos were story times, and good old-fashioned vlogs — inexplicably uploaded in black and white. Fast forward twelve years, the year-old is giving us a run for our money on YouTube and pop culture news, and boasts a whopping 6 million subscribers. Their first project, Brotherhood 2. Having only been learning the guitar for a few months, she saw Kina Grannis rocking out on the internet, and decided to give it a go.