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If "breaking up is hard to do" and "a way to a man's heart is through his stomach," why not find equilibrium by breaking up while breaking bread?
Nadia Giosia, or Nadia G. for short, is host of the new Cooking Channel series "Bitchin’ Kitchen." In each episode of her comedy-cooking show, she provides recipes to fill the bill for whatever life throws at us, from meeting the in-laws to coping with hangovers to calling it Splitsville.
As Nadia puts it: "It's the last supper, and it ain't the King James Version."
Five Tips for a Break-up Meal: Nadia Giosia
2. Keep it light
3. Keep it friendly
4. Spell it out
5. Presentation is everything
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