At this time of the day, hunger hits me… and what´s best at those times than to talk about Mad Hungry with Lucinda Scala Quinn who has a full week of cooking already planned. And here´s all the scoop.

You can watch it on Hallmark Mondays at 11:30/10:30 C and Tuesdays through fridays a full hour 11/10 C.

Mad Hungry With Lucinda Scala Quinn Spoilers Monday, March 21

Mad for Bananas
Enjoy a trio of recipes made with one of Lucinda’s favorite foods: bananas. Straight from the frying pan, banana fritters are drizzled with honey for a breakfast so good, you’ll think you skipped right to dessert. An old-fashioned baked banana custard is smooth, creamy, and tastes like heaven, while a banana milkshake flavored with vanilla, sugar, and ice cream is a perfect sweet treat to tide you over until dinner.

Mad Hungry With Lucinda Scala Quinn Spoilers Tuesday, March 22

Weeknight Meatless Dinner: Mushroom Pasta
Cozy up to a comforting weeknight dinner of mushroom pasta that’s ready in a flash. Mushrooms sauteed with white wine, cream, and Parmesan cheese add a rich flavor to a simple bowl of pasta. On the side, a pomodoro tomato salad is jazzed up with herbs and a dash of olive oil and, for a no-cook dessert, a bowl of dark chocolate, toasted almonds, and golden raisins is guaranteed to satisfy your sweet tooth.

Company’s Coming
Impress your friends with a savory and sensational menu — only you will know how easy it was to prepare. Showcase roasted pork tenderloin with carrots and onions accompanied by fig chutney. Serve it with a colorful roasted beet and tomato salad and an open-face plum cake that will really wow your guests.

Mad Hungry With Lucinda Scala Quinn Spoilers Wednesday, March 23

New Orleans Menu
Hang on for a New Orleans-inspired dinner that will make you feel like you’re in the Big Easy. Start with a three-spice jalapeno-infused Bloody Mary that packs a bit of heat. For a riff on a classic Southern dish, Mr. Jim’s Louisiana barbecue shrimp is flavored with plenty of butter and garlic, finished off with hot sauce. Serve with string beans sauteed with cayenne peppers and honey for a delicious spicy-sweet side.

Southern Cooking
Look to the South for dinner tonight with Lucinda’s easy-to-follow fried chicken meal. Start with a classic pimento cheese spread with crackers and refreshing spearmint juleps as the prelude to this Southern feast. Then, a healthy version of fried chicken that’s made in the oven and delicious served at room temperature or piping hot, and a chilled sweet potato salad with a tangy orange vinaigrette for a quick side that can be made in advance.

Mad Hungry With Lucinda Scala Quinn Spoilers Thursday, March 24

Hungry Boy Breakfast
Cook up a satisfying breakfast for the whole family with hearty recipes from Lucinda and her mad hungry sons: Pear-stuffed French toast — thick slices of challah bread prepared with pears and butter — and pork sausage wrapped with bacon and baked until crispy make for the ultimate a.m. combo. Then, flavorful spiced chai lattes get you ready to start the day.

Lunch on the Go
Whip up a healthy, delicious lunch that’s portable and perfect on the fly. Grilled vegetables, homemade pesto, and mozzarella cheese make a crowd-pleasing pressed sandwich. On the side, try a cold, creamy tomato-buttermilk soup that travels surprisingly well, and no-bake peanut butter Rice Krispy squares for a sweet chewy-crunchy treat.

Mad Hungry With Lucinda Scala Quinn Spoilers Friday, March 25

Get Ready for the Week: Beef Patties
Prep your meals for the coming week with savory beef patties that can go straight to the oven or freezer. Lucinda and her son Calder make a versatile, hearty treat of curry-seasoned dough filled with spicy ground beef that is perfect for lunch, dinner, or anything in between. Then, they wash down the meal with a refreshing ginger-rum drink.

Taco Night
Spice up dinnertime with a fun taco night. Start with juicy and tender pork (carnitas) tacos stuffed inside corn tortillas, with fresh tomato salsa and a spread of taco fixings for the finishing touch. For dessert, sprinkle chili powder over mango wedges, then turn down the heat with refreshing make-your-own margaritas.

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