Thursday, April 09, 2009

Bitchin’ Kitchen Cookbook Review


Part cookbook, part Victorian style photo arrangements of rockabilly 50s homemaker dresses, pseudo food porn and largely caricatured characters, it makes no apologies for being in your face and raw. This cookbook is not for the faint of heart. The writing is true to Nadia G’s St-Leonard conversational tone with many, many hybrid Italo-Anglo-Franco words perppered liberally throughout.

Nadia G’s fans will not be disappointed. The cookbook delivers with simple recipes and clear skiaffing instructions that make meal creation for two simple. I tried my hand at the watermelon and feta salad recipe and whipped up the dish in less than 5 minutes. It’s a great little cookbook but really – what will make it a noticeable addition to your shelf is its originality and the pictures of Nadia in her over the top costumes and life advice!

P.S. Although this cookbook does contain many veggie friendly recipes, it is in fact for omnivores.

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1 comment:

Dallas said...

Hey Mel!

Thanks so much for posting this review. Glad you enjoyed the book. I've yet to try the feta watermelon salad but plan to do so this summer at one potluck or another.