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It was Nadia G's three-inch cherry stiletto that first snagged our attention, but it was her Bitchin' Kitchen wizardry that earned her YouTube and then Cooking Channel stardom. Like its predecessor Bitchin' Kitchen Cookbook, Cookin' for Trouble delivers appetizing, healthy recipes without sacrificing Nadia's signature blend of rock n' roll, comedy, and attitude. Canadian-born Nadia obviously realizes that most of her audience members aren't aspiring to Michelin three star greatness; they are busy people more interested in breaking the boredom of all too predictable home meals. Thus, many of her imaginative goodies are quickly prepared and others, like her Rustica Pan Pizza, are perfect for informal gatherings of hungry friends and family.