Mad Hungry with Lucinda Scala Quinn

Recipes from Today's Show: Lunch on the Go

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TODAY on MHTV: If you and the fam are planning on a busy day full of running around, pack up a delicious homemade lunch the night before to avoid not-so-healthy fast food restaurants. Two kinds of pressed sandwiches, one meat and one veggie, will satisfy everyone. Fill up a thermos with cold tomato buttermilk soup that is creamy and delicious. For those among you who have a sweet tooth, no-bake peanut butter rice krispies cookies are crunchy, chewy and downright addictive. More from the show.

Get the recipes from this episode:

Pressed Sandwiches

Cold Tomato Buttermilk Soup

No-Bake Peanut Butter Rice Krispies Cookies


Watch ''Mad Hungry with Lucinda Scala Quinn'' weekdays at 11 a.m. /10 a.m. CT on Hallmark Channel. Bonus episode airs weekdays at 11:30 a.m./10:30 a.m. CT.

Comments (6)

  • Lucinda, when you talk about things that your grandmother used to do, its amazing because my mother made some of the same things. Example chicken w/vinegar (my family loves this and no one else has ever heard of it) ITS DELICIOUS. also when you talked about how she cut off both ends of a string bean and today we don't. I love your show and all your ideas (especially the ones from your grandmother). I have been watching you on other shows for a while and am glad to see this new show.
    gloria bassista from New Jersey

  • I saw a commercial for your show, watched one episode and I was hooked. I started taping the show and writing down the recipes and then bought your Mad Hungry cookbook. When I was growing up my father was the cook, but he didn't like you in his kitchen. I wish he had taught me his favorite recipes. Your show and cookbook combined is like having a personal training session! I love it. I only wish I had this when my kids were still living at home. Both are in college. My daughter is into cooking and living on her own, so I gave her some sweet potatoes, mixed the spices and gave her the sweet potato fries recipe to make. Perhpas a Mad Hungry cookbook is in her future!!

  • Author Comment:

    Yes, it's so cool when you discover shared cooking experiences. I'm so glad I had the time in the kitchen with my mom and grandma. Hope you stay tuned in.

    Wow--hooked after one episode--I love that. And my boys and their friends in college love the recipes in MH. Def give it to your girl to help her along the way too.
    Thank-you for the support.

  • I love your show. Good old down home cooking. I've tried many of your recipes and thaey are wonderful. I can't wait for a cold winter day to make your chicken and dumplings.

  • Lucinda, I love you, I love your show and I love the recipes you use. So much of what you comment on are like hearing myself talk. I love cooking and have taught cake decorating. This might be off the wall, but where do you purchase your tops that you wear? I love them and would love to buy some. Your best listener, Ruth

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