There is nothing typical about Bitchin’ Kitchen. It’s part in-your-face comedy, part rock and roll. At first glance you wonder if this chick decked out in leopard print, leather and four-inch heels can slice and dice like a pro. Then you see her whip up a kick-ass fettuccini with crab meat and fresh peas or ricotta crepes with a drizzle of raspberry coulis and you think, “Bro, this girl can really cook.” I recently got the chance to sit down and talk with her about Bitchin’ Kitchen and its success.
Native Montrealer Nadia G first popped up on the culinary radar with her three-minute mobile show, Bitchin’ Kitchen, back in 2007. It was an instant hit and received industry recognition. Bitchin’ Kitchen won a Wireless Arts, Video and Entertainment (WAVE) award for Favorite Mobile Comedy Series, beating out Conan O’Brien. Shortly thereafter a publisher contacted her about producing her own cookbook.