Mad Hungry with Lucinda Scala Quinn

Recipes from Today's Show: Southern Cooking

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TODAY on MHTV: Even though I'm from up North, I'm a big fan of Southern food and was inspired to whip up this down-home menu of fried chicken and hearty sides. It's a pretty classic Southern spread starting out with ice cold spearmint juleps and pimento cheese and crackers, except my fried chicken isn't fried on the stove but in the ovenβ€”it's healthier and less messy. While the bird cooks, we're (Sarah Carey is here today) making a chilled sweet potato salad with an orange vinaigrette. More from the show.

Get the recipes from this episode:

Spearmint Juleps

Pimento Cheese and Crackers

Oven-Fried Chicken

Chilled Sweet Potato Salad

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 (14)

  • On the show with children's favorites LSQ did chicken fingers in the oven. She showed cooking it on a rack in a cookie sheet with an edge. Where can I get the rack. I can only find cooling racks and some are non-stick. I am not a fan of non-stick and would like to know if the cooling racks double for this?

  • I can't get the recipes...can you help me, please?

  • just type in the date of the recipe and Mad Hungry in the google box and you should get the recipe!

  • Love your show. Have tried many of your recipes with great results. I tell everyone about your show. Kepp up the great work.
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  • I just watched the chicken milanese episode with your son Calder. Contrats on such a wonderful son and young man.

  • I heart you Lucinda. We just enjoyed all four of these recipes. I love your show, I love your recipes and your cooking. One of my new favorite cooking shows!

  • Made this today with a roast turkey. We loved
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    Purple onion since I didn't have scallions. It was
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    Menu!

  • Lucinda you are terrific and if I can, see every episode. Everything I have tried from your new show has been easy and delicious. Giving your cookbook as Christmas gifts this year to my sons. Hope there is a new cookbook in the future, much easier than printing all the individual recipes.

  • I really love your show I have not tried many of your recipes but I do plan to also I think it is wonderful to see your boys in the kitchen with you cooking

  • Lucinda! I love you and I love your show! Everything looks SO GOOD! I don't even know how I found you but I'm glad I did. Keep up the good work!
    Also, I love the way you interact with your sons, seems like a very loving family.

    Thanks!

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