Mad Hungry with Lucinda Scala Quinn

Recipes From Today’s Show: Company’s Coming

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TODAY on MHTV: Make something that will impress your guests without driving you crazy in the process. Pork tenderloin and roasted vegetables are cooked in the same pan and topped with a fig chutney. On the side, a beautiful tomato and roasted beet salad is topped with shredded mint, and an open-faced plum cake for dessert will have people asking for seconds—luckily one recipe makes two cakes. More from the show.

Get the recipes from this episode:

Roasted Pork Tenderloin with Fig Chutney

Beet and Tomato Salad

Open-Faced Plum Cake

Get the recipes from the 11:30 am/et show, Cast-Iron Skillet Recipes.

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 (9)

  • As a wife and mum of seven sons, you can imagine why I was immediately attracted to your book, Mad Hungry, in the library. Last night, I made the chocolate chip oatmeal cookies at 9:30 p.m.- not my time to feel like baking. They were so easy and the unanimous verdict from the Magnificent Seven( and hubs) is that the recipe is a definite keeper. On to pumpkin flan for Romantic Dinner with Hubby on Saturday night. Thank you.

  • I really enjoyed watching your show. I really learned a lot today. I learned how to season your iron frying pans which I have wanted to know for quite some time! I do not like to use the teflon pans that everyone is using, I feel they are dangerous and we are getting some of that plastic in our stomaches when we do use them which is not healthy. I watched the show and it was so easy to understand. I learned more from her than any other person on tv! She was so easy to understand. And the food looked delicious! Just like my mother used to make!!! Which is outstanding. My mother cooked her meat much longer than most people. I watched her do the steak in a iron frying pan and cook it for 90 mins. It looked so fantastic! Thanks so much. The plum cake, I watched the episode of the pineapple upside down cake.......yummy!!!!!!!!!!!! Thanks so much!

  • I think Mad Hungry is the best cooking show I have ever watched. Lucinda gives grest instruction and the recipes are the type that every day cooks like to prepare. Please keep her on the Hallmark Channel. I have made so many of her recipes and am
    purchasing her book.
    Thank you

  • please post the cleaning and curing instructions, let me know where to find them for the cast iron skillits. love your show your recipes are great i don't cook with wine what is a good sub?

  • I love,love love, Mad Hungry, a real cooking show,for real hungry people. Simple and easy recipes that are economical. Keep up the good work.

  • I like MadHungry very much. Lucinda gives EXCELLENT instructions and tips. The recipes are so homey and delicious. I enjoy seeing Lucinda and her family. I will be buying her cookbook.
    Thanks for the show
    Alice

  • Thanks for sharing your recipe for the plum cake, loved it will be adding a tropical twist for summer and replacing the plum with mango.

  • Please help me find the iron skillet segment; cleaning, seasoning, etc.
    thanks and love your show

  • Please-recipe for poached chicken.

    thanks,

    Craig Herwick

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