Recipes From Today’s Show: Edible Gift Ideas

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TODAY on MHTV: Try making some of your gifts this year–Jennifer Aaronson is here to help me show you some fab gift ideas–everyone will appreciate the personal touch and be equally psyched that they’ll get something delish to eat. Papaya chutney packed in Mason jars looks beautiful and you can spread it on just about anything. Or, if you know someone who likes flavored spirits try a no-cook gift of vodka infused with Meyer lemonsMore from the show.

Get the recipes from this episode:

Honey-Gingerbread Cookies

Sweet and Savory Nuts

Spicy Popcorn

Meyer-Lemon Infused Vodka

Papaya Chutney

Watch ”Mad Hungry with Lucinda Scala Quinn” Mondays through Fridays at 11 a.m. ET/10 a.m. CT on Hallmark Channel.

Get the recipes from the 11:30 am/et show, Simple French Cooking At Home

6 Comments
  • Shelby Oppermann February 10, 2012 at 12:11 pm

    Dear Lucinda,

    Thank you for making your recipes so easy to follow. You are a joy to watch, and I love it when you cook with your sons – I have two that are 24 and soon-to-be 28 (out on their own). I have my own custom framing business and art gallery so I’m not off too often, so it’s a treat to have a day off to catch one or if I’m lucky, two of your shows. The casual way you cook is greatly appreciated.

    And mainly, I have commented to say how much I also appreciate when you do have a guest on (like the gingerbread lady) that you don’t interrupt, and seem excited to learn from others. It’s very refreshing. I love a certain famous entertaining TV baker and chef who I am sure you are very close to, but the constant guest interuptions make me feel so tense and uncomfortable that sometimes I can’t watch. You are very refreshing.

    My husband is in Florida taking care of his Mother who had a major stroke last Friday. She lives with us, but went for a small vacation at her youngest daughter’s house. It turned out to be the vacation from hell for her, poor thing. Now it’s just a matter of hours or days. But anyway, when my husband does come home, he asked for a home-cooked meal, and I have printed off your steak, meringue,endive salad, and chocolate pots de creme recipes to make for him, since it is so close to Valentine’s Day.

    Thanks again, Shelby

  • Marilyn Viggiano February 15, 2012 at 11:50 am

    Dear Lucinda–I love your programs and your recipes. I had a smile when you made “Jambot”. My grandmother,
    born in Pagani, Province of Salerno. She made Jambota-maybe Giambota. The history was that it was what you could do with what was left in the frig. We all loved it–she knew how to make food taste good.
    Why I’m writing: I can’t seem to access your 11:30 recipes. Is there a method? Help!

    PS I’m so glad you’re staying on air!

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  • marta February 9, 2014 at 2:21 am

    Lucenda, many moons ago you had on your TV program a spicy nut recipe, cooked on top of the stove in a sauce pan. We all loved it and now can not find the recipe. I hope you can recall and email it to me. Many thanks and a big HUG M

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