Mad Hungry with Lucinda Scala Quinn

Entries from the ‘Tips & Tricks’ Category

EGG ON RICE

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Basically fried egg on any leftover works for this boys breakfast. The fried egg technique in Mad Hungry works like a charm to avoid a gooby, runny top …

BREAKFAST SANDWICH

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It seems so basic, almost like a, duh–but, creating a breakfast sandwich with some soul takes a some thoughtful technique. Now I’m not saying MH’s is the only …

THANKSGIVING LEFT-OVERS ROLLED UP

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ยจ I got the idea from my interview with The Washington Post (see clip on right side). I had fun up there making crepes for a stroy on …

THE T-GIVING BIRD

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http://www.youtube.com/get_player I am having a blast preparing the turkey. Weber-grilling is the path I take in order to keep the ovens free for everything else. Above shows the …

TAG TEAMING

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For those that have at least one able bodied moderately semi-adult human in their house, it is good to cultivate the tag teaming approach (as I’ve been saying …

FAUX APPLE PIE

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I was really headed toward an old fashioned apple pie. The apple varieties in the farmers markets are peaking right now so I purchased a combo of sweet …

THE PIG IS HERE

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Here’s the thing as many of you know–if you start with kick ass ingredients there is not much to be done. Just show some restraint, pick a few …

HANDMADE CAPPUCCINO

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After years of machines, battery operated foamers and overpriced coffee house coffee, we’ve perfected the handmade cappuccino which I’ve come to love more than most (except perhaps one …

BACK TO SALAD

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Here’s that crunchy, dry, cold lettuce I’m talking about (see 9/24/09 post): at the ready in the fridge. Green Goddess Dressing from MH cookbook, served in spears for …

SWISS CHARD STEMS A LA AL DI LA

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The indirect grill set-up for the ribs (I used 2 small Webers). Just stack as many racks as you need side by side like playing cards, cover and …