Sitting In Bars With Cake: Lessons And Recipes From One Year Of Trying To Bake My Way To A Boyfriend

Hardcover | April 7, 2015

byAudrey Shulman

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It’s hard to meet people in a big city, let alone any city. And after living in LA for several years as a single lady, Audrey Shulman turned to baking. But rather than eating her cakes solo over the sink, she brought them to bars, luring guys with a heady dose of butter and sugar.
Sitting in Bars with Cake recounts Audrey’s year spent baking, bar-hopping, and offering slices of cake to men in the hope of finding her boyfriend (or, at the very least, a date). With 35 inventive recipes based on her interactions with guys from all walks of life, from a Sticky Maple Kiss Cake to a Bitter Chocolate Dump Cake, this charming book pairs each cake with a short essay and tongue-in-cheek lesson about picking up boys in bars.
 
 

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It’s hard to meet people in a big city, let alone any city. And after living in LA for several years as a single lady, Audrey Shulman turned to baking. But rather than eating her cakes solo over the sink, she brought them to bars, luring guys with a heady dose of butter and sugar.Sitting in Bars with Cake recounts Audrey’s year spent b...

Audrey Shulman is the writer of Sitting in Bars with Cake, a blog she started with the intent to lure men with baked goods. A Southern transplant from Nashville, Tennessee, Shulman now lives in Los Angeles.
Format:HardcoverDimensions:208 pages, 8.5 × 7.25 × 1 inPublished:April 7, 2015Publisher:Harry N. AbramsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1419715828

ISBN - 13:9781419715822

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"This is a delightfully humble and enthralling tale about cake and bars and boys, but it’s really about life, and what it takes to get up every day and be the person you have always wanted to be.”