My Drunk Kitchen YouTube Chef, LGBTQ Activist Hannah Hart Bringing New Cookbook Tour to Cincinnati

Joseph-Beth hosts Hart's "My Drunk Kitchen Holidays" tour at Walnut Hills High School in October

click to enlarge Hannah Hart - Photo: Provided by Metro Public Relations
Photo: Provided by Metro Public Relations
Hannah Hart

YouTube cooking comedy phenom Hannah Hart is out with a new cookbook, My Drunk Kitchen Holidays!, named after her popular YouTube channel, My Drunk Kitchen. (In the beginning, Hart would get drunk, cook and be entertaining — a feat which has amassed her more than 5 million followers across her various social media platforms.)

The cover of "My Drunk Kitchen Holidays!" - Photo: Provided by Metro Public Relations
Photo: Provided by Metro Public Relations
The cover of "My Drunk Kitchen Holidays!"

Now, more than a human with a kitchen and a camera, this two-time New York Times bestselling author, LGBTQ activist, podcaster (Hannahlyze This), Forbes "30 under 30," et al is embarking on a book tour to support My Drunk Kitchen Holidays! 

According to a release, the book — subtitled "How to Savor and Celebrate the Year" — is a "humorous entertaining guide that’s both festive and inspirational. The book culminates with the fall holidays, showcasing recipes for Halloween, Thanksgiving and a celebration of December holidays that are inclusive and a whole lot of fun."

There are almost 50 recipes arranged into 12 months of themes, with anecdotes and activities to celebrate both with friends and family or alone.

The cookbook also includes ideas on how to celebrate Pride month and other occasions like Middle Child's Day, Video Game Day, Mental Health Day and Just Because Day. 

The tour stops at Josep-Beth booksellers in Rookwood at 7 p.m. on Oct. 23. A book and ticket for the meet-and-greet line is $28 

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