My Drunk Kitchen 202: Hannah Hart Cooks Vegan, Is After Your Heart

Well hello! This week on “My Drunk Kitchen,” Hannah Hart makes a vegan cheesecake, drinks whiskey, and tells several lesbian jokes. It’s like she wants you to salivate over her! Just kidding you were already doing that.  Also, this is the first time she’s had a cooking partner: His name is Rawn, and he’s a vegan. At first I was like, “Oh no, she’s cooking with another person, this is going to be awful,” but then there were tears in my eyes from laughing so hard, so I got over it. They make a very good team; he’s funny on his own, but he’s also smart enough to let Harto take the reins. Anyway. This is definitely the best one since at least the ice cream episode. Unrelated (?), she is super, super drunk in this video.

“Whiskey fight!”

Grace Ellis has been writing and making hack-job graphics for Autostraddle since 2011 and is a co-creator and co-writer of the comic book series Lumberjanes. She is mostly an intern in name only. (Mostly.) She lives in Columbus, Ohio because why anything. Also, she wants to write the Black Widow movie and feels like if she just keeps telling people, eventually she will be allowed to do it. She has a Twitter and a Tumblr, both of which are pretty above average.

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38 Comments

  1. ^^ she’s cute.

    vegans taste better.

    anyone who believes in gay marriage/gay rights should seriously rethink how they eat. at my core i oppose homophobia because i oppose oppression in all forms.

    GO VEGAN. you can still eat cake!

  2. So, Hannah Hart, or more specifically, her buddy in the kitchen who actually yelled out this particular answer, has forever altered my agave nectar experience. I cannot for the life of me pour agave nectar into my coffee/tea without chuckling and thinking, “You know what is high on the glycemic index?” Was a little hard to explain what was so funny when I had breakfast with my parents and brother this past weekend.

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