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Hannah Hart is undoubtedly one of YouTube‘s most hilarious stars. From her wildly successful online series My Drunk Kitchen to her latest book, Buffering: Unshared Tales of a Life Fully Loaded, Hannah has proven to be a force on the internet and beyond. To celebrate her brand new show I Hart Food on Food Network, Hannah stopped by BuzzFeed to answer YOUR most burning questions while talking soufflés, Malibu rum, and of course…kittens!
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Why did you create My Drunk Kitchen?
Hannah Hart: I started out My Drunk Kitchen as a joke for a friend. I was a proofreader working at a translation firm — I had just moved from San Francisco to New York — and a friend of mine…[stops to pet kitten] He’s so cuddly and warm! A friend of mine was going through a little bout of depression and I just wanted to make a joke to cheer her up!
HH: I Hart Food is a show that’s about going to different cities across America and seeing how each of those areas highlight local ingredients. How many ways can you cook a lobster? Isn’t it all basically the same? That’s something we explore.
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