As usual, Mad Hungry with Lucinda Scala Quinn has a great week ahead already planned. And here´s all the scoop.
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Mad Hungry With Lucinda Scala Quinn Spoilers Monday, February 14 — 11:30 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.
Mad Hungry With Lucinda Scala Quinn Spoilers Tuesday, February 15 – 11:00 a.m.
Easy BBQ Menu
Serve up a man-friendly meal of easy barbeque and hearty side recipes that will have your family running to the table. For that big, barbecue taste in a short amount of time, try Lucinda’s grilled pork shoulder chops, which have lots of flavor thanks to a make-ahead, beer-infused marinade. Then, round out the meal with healthy and delicious sides of kale slaw tossed with a peanut dressing and spiced corn on the cob coins.
Mad Hungry With Lucinda Scala Quinn Spoilers Tuesday, February 15 — 11:30 a.m.
Indoor BBQ Recipes
Bring the barbecuing inside with easy dishes that keep the cookout taste and feel, regardless of the weather outdoors. A tangy sauce adds a smoky edge to St. Louis-style ribs roasted in the oven. On the side, a delightful potato salad and a cucumber-tomato coleslaw, Lucinda’s twist on the traditional recipe.
Mad Hungry With Lucinda Scala Quinn Spoilers Wednesday, February 16 – 11:00 a.m.
Pantry-Raid Puttanesca Meal
Whip up a tasty three-course meal with simple ingredients you’ll likely already have in your pantry. A no-cook starter of prosciutto with melon is a delicious pairing that’s easy to prepare, while bucatini pasta is tossed with a fiery tomato puttanesca sauce for a satisfying main course. Plus, Lucinda’s family recipe for chewy spiced molasses drop cookies.
Mad Hungry With Lucinda Scala Quinn Spoilers Wednesday, February 16 – 11:30 a.m.
Favorite Italian Recipes
Enjoy comforting traditional Italian cuisine with the recipes that Lucinda loves and grew up on: linguine with clams and garlic chili; delicate fish fillets sauteed with olives, rosemary, and wine; and a classic bruschetta pomodoro. Then, top off the meal with a fizzy and fun Aranciata cocktail.
Mad Hungry With Lucinda Scala Quinn Spoilers Thursday, February 17 – 11:00 a.m.
Mexican-Style Turkey Dinner
Spice up a classic turkey dinner with Mexican flavors and serve it any time of the year. A simple tomato salad topped with creamy avocado and fresh cheese kicks off the south-of-the-border meal, and for the main course, slow-roasted turkey breast made with a chile-citrus marinade results in a juicy and delicious dish. For an irresistible side, Lucinda’s creamed corn with Monterey jack cheese and jalapenos adds a bit of heat..
Mad Hungry With Lucinda Scala Quinn Spoilers Thursday, February 17 – 11:30 a.m.
Steak and Potatoes Menu
Serve up an impressive pan-fried steak menu that will be quicker — and more affordable — to prepare than it looks. For sides, Lucinda shares recipes for cheesy scalloped potatoes and carrots with a sweet-and-sour glaze that are equally filling and fast.
Mad Hungry With Lucinda Scala Quinn Spoilers Friday, February 18 – 11:00 a.m.
MHLB1065: Meatless Dinner: Fritters and Stew
Prepare a feast that’s full of bold flavors, fun to eat, and completely meat-free for a healthy change-up to your dinner rotation. Savory pumpkin vegetable curry stew is so packed with filling veggies and alluring spices that your family will never miss the meat. Cornmeal fritters sweetened with coconut milk are a warm and savory accompaniment to the meal.
Mad Hungry With Lucinda Scala Quinn Spoilers Friday, February 18 – 11:30 a.m.
MHLB1042R: Homemade Soup Recipes
Stir up a big pot of nourishing soup as a satisfying make-ahead meal perfect for the cold weather. Lucinda’s recipe for cannellini bean soup is delicious, and its rustic flavors will only improve with time. Pumpkin soup with dumplings is nutrient-rich and can be served as an appetizer or light dinner. And try a tomato soup topped with crunchy croutons and mozzarella cheese as a healthy alternative to a traditional pizza — all the same flavors, none of the grease.
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