Synopses & Reviews
Itandrsquo;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 Cakeand#160;recounts Audreyandrsquo;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.
andldquo;This delectable mix of encouragement, anecdote and cream-filling is more than enough reason to start baking and flirting.andrdquo;
andldquo;A sweet indulgence for your mind, heart, and tastebuds.andrdquo;
andldquo;Audrey struck gold with her idea to enlist these delightful cakes as wingmen. Singles armed with homemade dessert are sure to be the next big bar scene trend.andrdquo;
andquot;This is a delightfully humble and enthralling tale about cake and bars and boys, but itandrsquo;s really about life, and what it takes to get up every day and be the person you have always wanted to be.andrdquo;
About the Author
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.