brick cold

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Our apartment is on the top of an old building–a former storage area and a layer that I’m sure wasn’t meant for human habitation. Sure, it has skylights and south, west and east views, but it’s brick cold in the winter and too hot in the summer. When its really windy outside, I’m quaking in… View Article

Updates: Life after Tour, Radio, Kitchen Wisdom, and QVC

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I know, I know..the whole point of a blog is to feed the beast daily if not twice or three times. Actually—you’d think I’d really EMBRACE that since its so much easier than writing a book or magazine article which is what I’m usually doing. This old dog is trying to learn the new trick of daily… View Article

Today Show 3/28

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Hi Everyone, Just a note on tomorrow morning’s CRAVING-centric TODAY Show segment: I’m so excited to be on air talking about Mad Hungry Cravings. The Today Show is a great supporter of Mad Hungry and are people I have been working with for years, so I’m always excited to take a trip back there. Before… View Article

From The Mad Hungry Cooking Lab

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  Most of you know the MH background. When faced with a squad of hungry boy children– Some strategies emerged for our parental survival….It’s all written about in the first MH cookbook if you need a few tips. Meanwhile, it makes me happy to no end to see these boys and their friends become their own… View Article

Behind The Scenes: LSQ’s day in the life

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Want more of the behind the scenes day in the life of LSQ? It doesn’t get more minute-by-minute than Martha Stewart Living‘s May issue Mad Hungry column,  “A Day in the life of Lucinda”, that features what goes on behind the scenes at MSLO and includes her go-to recipes of the well-known homemade cappuccino, a… View Article

Recipes from Today’s Show: Easy Chicken Menu

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TODAY on MHTV: My son Calder is joining me in the kitchen on this show and I’ve got some news for you: we’re making his recipes. An easy baked chicken with a honey-whole grain mustard glaze is flavorful and moist. Make sure you save the “lemony, chickeny juices” that collect at the bottom of the… View Article