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Mad Hungry with Lucinda Scala Quinn “Spoilers” Monday, February 7 — 11:30 a.m.
Men Love Pie
Simple and delicious, there’s something about pie that men can’t resist. Savory beef empanadas and a sweet and tart apple pie give those store-bought frozen ones a run for their money. Plus, Lucinda shows how to make a foolproof pie dough so easy it can be pie time anytime.
Mad Hungry with Lucinda Scala Quinn “Spoilers” Tuesday, February 8 — 11:00 a.m.
Breakfast for Dinner
Enjoy all your favorite breakfast dishes any time of day! Lucinda’s homemade versions of breakfast burritos and waffles, topped with a family secret syrup recipe, make for simple and substantial dinners. Plus, the perfectly poached egg.
Why buy breakfast when you can DIY it better at home? For the most important meal of the day, Lucinda shares recipes for golden granola, old-fashioned pancakes, sausage patties and a Mexican egg scramble that are guaranteed to start your family’s day off right.
Mad Hungry with Lucinda Scala Quinn “Spoilers” Wednesday, February 9 — 11:00 a.m.
Frozen dinners take on a whole new meaning with recipes that taste better after time in the freezer. You’ll always be prepared for a no-fuss meal with Lucinda’s hearty, homemade lasagna, which goes straight from the freezer to the oven, a lentil vegetable soup that’s ready in minutes, and a moist coffee cake that freezes beautifully.
Freezable Make-Ahead Recipes
Be prepared for last-minute meals in a hurry with a home-cooked dinner that can go from freezer to oven. Instead of using store-bought versions, try Lucinda’s savory chicken pocket pies — they are loaded with flavor, and her pot sticker dumplings make for an easy snack or meal. And, show off your mad baking skills with surprisingly simple profiteroles — little round puffs of dough filled with ice cream — that you can serve now or freeze for later.
Mad Hungry with Lucinda Scala Quinn “Spoilers” Thursday, February 10 — 11:00 a.m.
Valentine´s Day Dinner
Make a romantic dinner for you and your sweetheart with Lucinda’s special menu of her husband’s favorite dishes. Tender black pepper sirloin steak is broiled to perfection and accompanied by simple but flavor-packed crunchy endive wedges with blue cheese vinaigrette. Finally, it’s not Valentine’s Day without a little chocolate — rich chocolate pots de creme flavored with hazelnut liqueur make for a decadent dessert.
Steak House Supper
Cook up a restaurant-worthy steak dinner even on a weeknight with easy, flavorful marinade and cooking techniques that can transform a cheap cut into a four-star dish. And, complete the meal with grilled onions and peppers, and a watercress, radish, and onion salad.
Mad Hungry with Lucinda Scala Quinn “Spoilers” Friday, February 11 — 11:00 a.m.
Easy Chicken Menu
Get inspired by the ingredients you have on hand! For a quick weeknight dinner, Lucinda and son Calder show how all it takes is a little mustard to be on your way: transform baked chicken with a honey-whole-grain mustard served with a side of hash browns, and kick up a simple salad with a unique spicy mustard vinaigrette.
Put a new spin on poultry with Lucinda’s Jamaican-style version of classic chicken fricassee. With just a few ingredients, including spicy chile pepper, the simple chicken dish is transformed. On the side, a blend of fresh greens rounds out the satisfying meal. Then, indulge in melt-in-your-mouth baked bananas with vanilla ice cream dessert.
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