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Bitchin’ Kitchen Cookbook: Rock Your Kitchen–And Let the Boys Clean Up the Mess

Bitchin’ Kitchen Cookbook: Rock Your Kitchen–And Let the Boys Clean Up the Mess

Bitchin' Kitchen Cookbook: Rock Your Kitchen--And Let the Boys Clean Up the Mess Watch Nadia G’s deliciously demented program, Bitchin’ Kitchen, on the US’s Cooking Channel and on Canada’s Food Network. Hilarious, informative, delicious, and just a little bit naughty, The Bitchin’ Kitchen Cookbook is a guide for the next generation of lifestyle aficionados. Screw stuffing the turkey! Nadia G offers recipes for real-life scenarios: What do you make for breakfast after a one-night stand? What do you serve up to say you’re sorry for the PMS rampage? Need to impress the in

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5 responses to “Bitchin’ Kitchen Cookbook: Rock Your Kitchen–And Let the Boys Clean Up the Mess”

  1. Brian Connors says:
    20 of 21 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    But wait, I can’t afford an impulse buy…, February 27, 2009
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    Brian Connors (Yarmouth, MA) –
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    This review is from: Bitchin’ Kitchen Cookbook: Rock Your Kitchen–And Let the Boys Clean Up the Mess (Paperback)

    Eh, shaddap. I grabbed it right off the shelf just because the cover was so thoroughly insane. So was the book. Not having seen any of the show, I watched a few. Great stuff.

    I’ve complained in the past that there’s a lack of culinary humor out there. Nadia Giosia has done a remarkably fun (and borderline lunatic) job of helping to remedy that with her over-the-top screen presence and her tasty and creative recipes, and this book, a loud, often-hilarious menu cookbook that includes transcripts of the dialogue from the show along with frequent cheesecake shots of Nadia and three of her four male cast members, captures the spirit of the TV show perfectly, then goes it one better by concentrating the insanity into wall-to-wall photo collages loaded with food porn, costumes, and sight gags. The food is heavily Italian-accented, but well-chosen for each episode theme, with a strong New American (New Canadian?) accent.

    If I have any complaints with it, it’s that Nadia sometimes overplays her guidette character, using slang that I can only assume is rather more common in Canada than it is here in the US. That, and Hans… ick. Just too much ‘bag in that character. (But hey, maybe the female and/or gay readers appreciate him more than I would.) But the food is excellent and the writing is fun and off-the-wall. Grab it, and use it to follow along with the show.

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  2. Bingaman says:
    14 of 17 people found the following review helpful
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    Bitchin’ Kitchin’, November 1, 2010
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    Bingaman (Mishawaka IN) –

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    This review is from: Bitchin’ Kitchen Cookbook: Rock Your Kitchen–And Let the Boys Clean Up the Mess (Paperback)

    I just discovered Nadia and her show on the Cooking Channel. Apparently, from reading the book, she has been around for a while on the internet but I THINK the show is new.

    She is very funny and entertaining. An “Edgy” food show if there is such a thing, the Punk Rock version of a cooking show. Like Anthony Bourdain if he were a smokin hot italian chic but happier and with a better sense of humor.

    If you like cooking shows with humor whether you would consider actually making the dishes or not, you will like the show. The book is filled with a lot of humor as well as recipes at least some of which I would actually try and make.

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  3. Johann David Renner says:
    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
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    Another brilliant Mia adventure. Highly recommended!, October 17, 2012
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    Johann David Renner (Australia) –

    This is Mary Lee’s third book in her Mia Children Book series. It is just as brilliant as the previous two books. Even as an adult I was eager to find out how Mia’s kitchen adventure would end. I tested the previous two books on my grandchildren and they loved them. I am now looking forward to surprise them with another Mia story.

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  4. Andy says:
    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
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    Another Fun Story!, October 22, 2012
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    Andy (Spain) –

    This is only the third installment of the “Mia” book series and already my little niece is hooked. As with the other two books, “Surprise in the Kitchen” is a short but fun read that will stimulate your child’s imagination. It has many wonderful illustrations and an enjoyable story. We are waiting patiently for the fourth book!

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  5. Steven O'Connor "Steven 'EleMental' O'Connor" says:
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
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    Lots of color, lots of fun, October 20, 2012

    This early reader is written with simple, easy words and the pages cleverly feature all manner of food (the cake and cookie variety) in a fun way. And the pics are great! I can’t get enough of reading from my ipad and the colors look terrific on it. Kids will love it. In fact, this book would be a great complement to the healthy eating books – the focus here is on helping out in the kitchen, but it may be best when Mum knows!

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