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Date: Friday, November 05, 2010 At 07:00 PM
Duration: 2 Hours
Contact Info:
Contact: Marjan Dean, Media Relations press [at] thebreakupcookbook.com
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On Friday, November 5, 2010, Nicole Porter, author of "The Break-up Cookbook: Recipes for Singles Who Aren't Getting Any ... Anymore" will be reading selections from her book and signing copies for shoppers from 7- 9 p.m. at Barnes & Noble Booksellers' Power Plant store at 601 East Pratt Street, Baltimore, MD 21202.

"The Break-up Cookbook" is not your mother's cookbook. Described as the Ladies Home Journal meets "The Anarchist's Cookbook," "The Break-up Cookbook" lets readers embrace some of their baser human instincts--to maim, destroy, and devour. In addition to featuring more than 150 of the greasiest, sweetest, and most decadent recipes, "The Break-up Cookbook" is chock full of fun features, revenge-worthy crafts, outrageous mad-libs, and new and interesting ways to tell your ex to "kick rocks." "The Break-Up Cookbook" is your snarky best friend with the best advice for picking up and moving on. The book retails for $24.95 and was released by Nickel & Dime Press in September of this year. Homegrown recipes in "The Break-up Cookbook" include Guinness Brownies, No Banana (I'm a Lady) Pudding, Knock 'em Dead Flourless Chocolate Cake, Beet Red Velvet Cake, Lip Smack'n Mac n' Cheese, Cola Spare Ribs, Cheatin' Batter Fried Onion Rings, Southern-Style Crab Cakes, Baked Potato Pizza, He's a Chicken Salad Melt and more. For more info, visit www.thebreakupcookbook.com  

About the Author

Nicole Porter has published several celebrity interviews in The Hollywood Reporter, Back Stage West, and the Chicago Sun-Times.  She has a bachelor's degree from the University of Minnesota and believes in the healing properties of comfort food and dance breaks.  Periodically single, Nicole is a freelance writer living in New York City with her laptop, sewing machine, and a charmingly "wicked" sense of humor. "The Break-up Cookbook" is her first book.