What is “My Drunk Kitchen” about?
I’m writing the introduction of my book right now… and ironically I’ve left the “first” for last. I just can’t think of a good way to begin this thing… or justify it rather? Is that what an introduction is doing?
Anyway, I was just curious if you had any thoughts on explaining what “My Drunk Kitchen” is all about… Or what it means to you…Please feel free to comment! Just know that if you do so I may or may not quote you in the opening of the book.
My Drunk Kitchen is the grilled cheese without the cheese. It’s the ice cream that Frederick loves to consume while wearing summer hats. It’s the spaetzle that, once added with shredded cheese, becomes the German macaroni. My Drunk Kitchen is a kitchen without pretense, without direction, and without sobriety. It’s a haven for dreamers and schemers, for the unsure and the obscure. And you know what? That’s gouda enough for me.