Mad Hungry with Lucinda Scala Quinn

Watch Mad Hungry with Lucinda Scala Quinn

  • 2010
  • 1 Season

Mad Hungry with Lucinda Scala Quinn is a food show that celebrates home-cooking with simple, delicious, and wholesome meals. Hosted by Lucinda Scala Quinn, the show aims to inspire viewers to cook and share meals with family and friends. Lucinda is a culinary expert, cookbook author, and former executive food director at Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia. With over 30 years of experience in the food industry, Lucinda has a wealth of knowledge and expertise to share with her audience. She grew up in a family that cherished the art of cooking and she carries on that tradition in her own kitchen.

The show features Lucinda in her own kitchen, where she prepares a variety of dishes from scratch. Her recipes are easy to follow and use simple, fresh ingredients that can be found in any supermarket. Each episode focuses on a theme or occasion, such as holidays, potlucks, or lazy weekends. She also shares her tips and tricks for making cooking easier and more enjoyable.

Mad Hungry is not just a food show – it's also a celebration of family and community. Lucinda believes that cooking and eating together is one of the most important ways to connect with loved ones. She often invites friends and family into her kitchen to help her cook, share stories, and enjoy a meal together.

The show also features interviews with real families and home cooks, who share their own stories and recipes. These segments showcase the diversity of America's food culture and highlight the importance of preserving family traditions.

In addition to its focus on home-cooking, Mad Hungry also promotes sustainability and healthy eating. Lucinda encourages viewers to use locally-sourced and organic ingredients, and she offers tips on reducing food waste and making the most of leftovers.

Overall, Mad Hungry with Lucinda Scala Quinn is a warm and inviting food show that celebrates the joy of cooking and sharing meals with loved ones. With its emphasis on simple, wholesome food and its message of community and family, the show is a refreshing departure from the fast-paced, high-stress world of commercial cooking shows. Whether you're an experienced cook or a beginner, Mad Hungry offers something for everyone who loves good food and good company.

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Hungry Boy's Breakfast
89. Hungry Boy's Breakfast
March 24, 2011
Growing boys need to start the day off right: Lucinda cooks her youngest son's favorite: delicious pear-stuffed French toast. Serve with crispy bacon wrapped around double pork sausage..
Spice up Your Rice
79. Spice up Your Rice
March 10, 2011
A common cooking question is "What to do with leftover rice?" Lucinda shares her recipe for Thai-style fried rice that really revs up pork-loin leftovers.
An Easy Spaghetti Bolognese
72. An Easy Spaghetti Bolognese
March 1, 2011
Busy moms don't have the time to cook for hours: Lucinda shares her favorite (and quick) recipe for spaghetti Bolognese, with pancetta and ground beef. She serves it with an escarole salad mixed...
Quick Dinner Ideas
67. Quick Dinner Ideas
February 22, 2011
When your family clamors for dinner, here are some ideas: Lucinda demystifies the cooking of calamari, which makes a great starter. Then serve a delicious and easy spaghetti Amatriciana. For...
Romantic Dinner
61. Romantic Dinner
February 9, 2011
The way to a man's heart is through his stomach: Lucinda makes a black-pepper sirloin steak and a simple salad with big flavors: endive wedges and a creamy blue cheese vinaigrette. A scrumptious...
Lucinda's Favorite Sunday Dinner
48. Lucinda's Favorite Sunday Dinner
November 24, 2010
Sunday is a great day to enjoy a meal with family: Lucinda makes a simple chicken parmigiana, always a crowd-pleaser. For a vegetable, tender spinach sauteed in garlic and olive oil. For dessert?...
Freezer-Friendly Recipes
47. Freezer-Friendly Recipes
November 23, 2010
How convenient to have freezer-friendly recipes at hand: Lucinda creates savory chicken pocket pies, and easy-to-make pot-sticker dumplings. Cook, and put in the freezer. For dessert, make cream...
Easy Soup Recipes
42. Easy Soup Recipes
November 16, 2010
Soup is affordable and delicious: First, Lucinda shares a recipe for a thick and filling cannellini bean soup. Then, a rustic and healthy pumpkin soup, cooked with beef. Finally, everybody's.
Easy Steak and Potatoes for Dinner
41. Easy Steak and Potatoes for Dinner
November 15, 2010
You can't go wrong with steak and potatoes for your family. Lucinda starts out grilling a tender marinated hanger steak. Then she adds golden and crisp bistro oven fries, and for a vegetable,...
Pantry Recipes
32. Pantry Recipes
October 26, 2010
Easy recipes made with items in any well-stocked pantry: First, Lucinda makes her son Calder's go-to dish, a tuna-tomato pasta. Then, she makes a rich, delicious "busy-day chocolate cake," mixed.
Pizza Night
15. Pizza Night
October 1, 2010
Lucinda makes homemade pizza dough, margherita and escarole pizzas, and pizza frizza.
Chicken Chili Menu
14. Chicken Chili Menu
September 30, 2010
Lucinda prepares chicken chili, corn muffin croutons, and chili chicken nachos.
Steak House Supper
13. Steak House Supper
September 29, 2010
Lucinda's recipes for Latin-style skirt steak, grilled onions and peppers, and watercress, radish, and onion salad.
Breakfast for Dinner
12. Breakfast for Dinner
September 28, 2010
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Steak and Potatoes  Menu
11. Steak and Potatoes Menu
September 27, 2010
Lucinda cooks up pan-fried steak with an easy pan sauce, cheesy scalloped potatoes, and carrots agrodolce.
The Freezer is Your Friend
10. The Freezer is Your Friend
September 24, 2010
Lasagna, lentil vegetable soup, and coffee cake recipes that taste better after a frozen spell in the freezer.
Men Love Pie
9. Men Love Pie
September 23, 2010
Lucinda shows how to make the perfect apple pie, beef empanadas, and basic pie dough
Fried Chicken
8. Fried Chicken
September 22, 2010
Favorite fried chicken dishes: quick Southern buttermilk and flavorful Jamaican versions.
Hot Sauce
7. Hot Sauce
September 21, 2010
Hot sauce-enhanced recipes for white rice and eggs, crunchy sesame chicken wings, and New Orleans-style beans.
Game Day
6. Game Day
September 20, 2010
Lucinda, Miles, and Calder make favorite recipes for chili, cornbread, and cheesy parmesan popcorn.
The Sunday Cook
5. The Sunday Cook
September 17, 2010
Lucinda shares recipes for poached chicken, chicken enchiladas salsa verde, chicken soup, and chicken salad.
4. Breakfast
September 16, 2010
Lucinda cooks up golden granola, old-fashioned pancakes, sausage patties, and Mexican egg scramble.
Never be Caught Without Bacon
3. Never be Caught Without Bacon
September 15, 2010
Lucinda prepares bacon and egg deli sandwiches, spaghetti carbonara, bistro salad, and collard greens.
What's For Dinner, Chicken
2. What's For Dinner, Chicken
September 14, 2010
Lucinda makes flat-roasted chicken, oven-roasted vegetables, fat-girl red rice, and shows how to carve a chicken.
What's For Dinner, Pork Chops
1. What's For Dinner, Pork Chops
September 13, 2010
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  • Premiere Date
    September 13, 2010