My Drunk Kitchen: An Informative Trainwreck
What's important when drinking? Running, sprinting, cooking, drinking and dancing. A show about cooking up friendship: My Drunk Kitchen. With lectures on food, cooking with food (literally), the importance of using a butter knife, and the importance of grilled cheese, you will be entertained.
Her skills in front of the camera are better than most people who get paid a regular salary to entertain people. She is the woman that everyone wants to be friends with but, I'm not sure her food is any good. Does that matter though? After all, don't we just want to be entertained? The new media revolution is changing how we are entertained. While I'm a fan of both old and new media, Hannah Hart is the best that YouTube has to offer (sorry, Epic Meal Time).
Hannah Hart is the brains behind this buttery operation. She has 22.8 million video views and 260,000 subscribers who enjoy watching her alcohol-fueled antics and, of course, her attempts at cooking. I honestly don't know if her food is and good, but, Hannah Hart is truly hilarious in "My Drunk Kitchen". The series began on March 16, 2011 and has seem to skyrocket in popularity. Hannah Hart is clever, funny, and definitely deserving of an applause or, at the very least, a pat on the back.