One More Soupy Weekend

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Here in NYC, on the second to last March weekend before Easter, one last snow storm is supposedly heading our way. While my family and friends seem really bummed about it (we’re ready to jump head first into barbecue season), I turn to my number one winter coping skill, souping-braising-stewing. As long as I have… View Article
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Fish Chowder

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Some things are so easy to make yet can seem as though they should be hard. Old school chowder is one of those dishes. Many fish markets sell “chowder fish” at a ridiculously reasonable price which is usually the leftover bits and ends of mild white fish that have been cut off from the bigger… View Article
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Our Best Recipes to Keep Cool With

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 [picasa username=”madhungrylsq” albumname=”heatwaverecipes”] We loved hearing your best tips and recipes for the heat wave this week! Inspired by all of your suggestions, we went through the Mad Hungry archives and picked some of our own hot weather favorites. Here are some MH recipes to help you stay cool all summer long: Papaya Ginger Smoothies… View Article

Recipes From Today’s Show: Chicken Three Ways

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TODAY on MHTV: Poaching a chicken is a great way to get lots of meat out of it and stretch it into a few different dishes. I’m making chicken enchiladas, chicken soup and rice and of course, chicken salad sandwiches. More from the show. Get the recipes from this episode. Chicken Enchiladas Chicken Soup and… View Article
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Recipe’s From Today’s Show: Easy Exotic Entertaining

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Today on MHTV: Exotic doesn’t have to mean scary; this bold and brightly-flavored Asian-inspired menu is all about making exotic easy.  Seared sirloin sits on a bed of scallions and arugula with my Thai Beef salad while my Clams with Lemongrass and Chilies make a great, quick app. For a balance of hot and sweet,… View Article

Recipe’s From Today’s Show: Lucinda’s Favorite Recipes

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Today on MHTV: I love to cook as a need, hobby and passion- but just like everything else, I have my personal favorite recipes and today I’ll be sharing them with you. Stracciatella Soup is filled with parmesan and eggs that are whisked into the broth to produce a smooth and creamy consistency. I love… View Article

Recipes from Today’s Show: One-Pot Holiday Cooking

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Today on MHTV: When the holidays roll around, so does company. Make entertaining a crowd easy with a one-pot meal. My Boeuf Bourguignon soup is hearty and filled with short ribs and veggies that I like to serve along with Herbed Egg Noodles and Horseradish Chive Bread for dipping. Buttery Apple Crisp with a brown… View Article
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Recipes From Today’s Show: Put an Egg On It

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TODAY on MHTV: I love eggs because you can include them in just about any meal. CQ’s here and we’re making 3 dishes (for breakfast, lunch, and dinner) that all have eggs! I’m topping fluffy pecan pancakes with a poached egg (plus a side of bacon, natch). Then for lunch, we’re making the ultimate grilled… View Article
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Recipes from Today’s Show: LSQ’s Favorites

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TODAY on MHTV: Even though I love to cook for others, every once in a while I want to make something that’s just for me. When I was a kid my mom used to prepare stracciatella soup for me and it’s still one of my favorite comfort foods. Eggs and Parmesan cheese are whisked into… View Article
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Recipes from Today’s Show: Easy Exotic Entertaining

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TODAY on MHTV: A few of my friends are coming over, so I’m making a couple  quick Asian-inspired dishes that pair well with one of my favorite wines: Rose. I’ve got a wine bar set up so everyone can just help themselves while you get started on a fast app of clams with lemongrass and… View Article
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