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

Recipes from Today’s Show: Fuss-Free Weeknight Dinner

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TODAY on MHTV: When in doubt, rely on your pantry to help get good food on the table! With a well-stocked pantry, you can pull dinner together with ease and that’s exactly what I’m doing today. A nod to the canned soup I ate as a kid, I recreate a classic tomato soup and top… View Article

Recipes from Today’s Show: Hungry Boys

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TODAY on MHTV: I can’t count how many times I’ve heard, “I’m starving, and there’s nothing in the house to eat!” Nine times out of 10, I can prove that theory wrong with some simple pantry ingenuity. First, I’m making mac and cheese with pasta and leftover cheese. For a quick side, I’m drizzling lemon… View Article

Recipes from Today’s Show: Improvisational Pantry

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TODAY on MHTV: Some days you’ve just got to make do with what’s on hand. Today, I’m turning ordinary pantry items into dishes that sing. I’m seasoning black beans with garlic and cumin, preparing a tomato and chickpea sauce for pasta, and giving popcorn a pop with chili powder and lime. Finally, I’m whipping up… View Article

Recipes from Today’s Show: Easy Pantry Recipes

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TODAY on MHTV: When there’s “nothing in the house to eat,” I turn to my pantry. With some pantry staples, meals can be put on the table in minutes, no take out or grocery shopping needed — and that’s what this meal is all about. A few cans of tuna and tomatoes make this excellent… 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 like pasta, oils and dried herbs, to name a few. If you’ve got pasta, try it with tuna and tomato—it’s Calder’s favorite when there’s “nothing to eat”—it comes together in minutes. A quick and simple side salad gets lots of… View Article
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BUT THERE’S NOTHING IN THE HOUSE TO EAT

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Once again, it’s dinner time. No one can figure out what to eat ’cause, well–“there’s nothing in the house.” So the inertia builds until I come home from work and try not to get irritated because there’s ALWAYS something to be made. Even a heel of cheese and some tortillas can be whipped up in… View Article
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When You Think THere’s No Food in The House to Cook

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[picasa username=”lsq713″ albumname=”NothingInTheHouseToCookRedCabbagePasta”] It happens to all of us. We get home-from work or whatever. You think you have no food , no plans but its 7:00, there are hungry people around you and even if you order pizza or Chinese, it’ll take too long. The guys were defeated and I almost too but I… View Article
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ONE PAN MARINADE TO OVEN TO TABLE

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Luscious oven braised short ribs from Mad Hungry makes Sunday dinner painless (marinade whipped together night before or morning of), the house aroma-filled and the bellies full. Steamed broccoli de rape and rice too. But woulda used mashed potatoes or polenta as a first choice but I won’t look a rice-in-the-pantry-gift-horse in the mouth. What… View Article