Recipes From Today’s Show: Chicken Milanese

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TODAY on MHTV: Chicken Milanese is one of our family’s favorite dishes, especially CQ (who’s on the show today). Butterflying the chicken breast before breading and frying helps to keep the chicken tender and juicy—it makes all the difference. Round out the meal with simple and healthy spinach with lemon and homestyle spaghetti pomodoro. Get… View Article

Recipes From Today’s Show: Restaurant Food at Home

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TODAY on MHTV: I’m creating a restaurant-worthy meal at home.  Herbed butter, spread on a cut baguette and popped in the oven is great on its own but also makes a great dipper for leftover sauce from my simple but delicious shrimp scampi. To add some green to the dinner table, I go for a favorite… View Article

Recipes From Today’s Show: Kid Friendly Menu

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Today on MHTV: Cooking for kids isn’t always easy, they can be picky, fussy and downright hard to please. They do, though, love eating with their hands so today I’m going to make some finger friendly foods that both the kids and adults can agree on. My turkey tacos are a great one-pot dish; all the ingredients… View Article

Recipes From Today’s Show: Easy Pantry Recipes

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TODAY on MHTV: There’s a few things I always like to keep in the pantry- pasta, oils and dried herbs- to name a few. If you’ve got pasta, try it with tuna and tomato; it’s a favorite of Calder’s and comes together in minutes. A quick and simple side salad gets lots of flavor from… View Article

Mad Hungry MY Way: Enchiladas with Salsa Verde

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We get tons of feedback on here and on facebook about people making the Mad Hungry recipes or their riffs on them; so on Mondays we’d like to start posting Mad Hungry MY Way Mondays, a part of the mad hungry blog where we show YOUR Mad Hungry Meals. Send your Mad Hungry My Way… View Article

Recipes from Today’s Show: Chicken Fricassee

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TODAY on MHTV I’m taking the classic cream-based Chicken Fricassee and giving it some Jamaican flavor with scotch bonnet peppers, onions and tomatoes.  I like to serve it over rice to soak up the extra juice and with a side of healthy sautéed greens, like spinach and cabbage. Get the recipes from this episode: Chicken Fricassee Mixed Greens… View Article

Recipes From Today’s Show: Stuffed Pasta Shells

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TODAY on MHTV:  I love making Stuffed Shells; it’s a dish that can easily be made ahead of time and can be dressed up or dressed down for any occasion. When I prepare them I make two trays; one to go in the oven for dinner that night and one to go in the freezer… View Article

Recipes From Today’s Show: Italian Comfort Food

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TODAY on MHTV: To me, there are few things more comforting than the Italian meals I grew up with. My friend Randi Harris, a new mother, is stopping by to learn a few of my favorites: a cozy chicken livornese, braised in a rich stew of olives, capers, and plum tomatoes, and served with my easy arborio rice…. View Article

Recipes From Today’s Show: Make-Ahead Strategies

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TODAY on MHTV: I’m always on the lookout for creative ways to stretch one meal into two … or three, and I’ve found I can build almost a week’s worth of meals from one roast turkey breast. I add lime to the pan drippings to make a dressing for my turkey and corn salad. My… View Article

Recipes From Today’s Show: Rustic Italian

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TODAY on MHTV: All “rustic” Italian cooking means is that the food is fresh, simple and delicious. A no-cook tomato sauce can not only be made in advance, it’s also really easy—just rip the tomatoes and basil with your hands! Tuna steaks topped with mint sauce are a light main course and a great meal… View Article
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