Recipes From Today’s Show: Classic Pot Roast
TODAY on MHTV: I’m marinating inexpensive top round in garlic and soy sauce and braising it in stout beer for a big, classic pot roast dinner. All the late-summer fruit is starting to show up at the farmer’s market, and I’m celebrating with a no-fuss pear crisp that’s gooey on the inside and crunchy on top. And if any unexpected guests stop by, believe me, you’re covered. More from the show.
Get the recipes from this episode:
Pot Roast with Buttered Noodles
Get the recipes from the 11:30 am ET show: Perfect Chicken Dinner
Watch ”Mad Hungry with Lucinda Scala Quinn” Mondays at 11:30 a.m. ET/10:30 a.m. CT, Tuesdays through Fridays at 11 a.m. ET and 11:30 a.m. ET on Hallmark Channel.
Tags: buttered noodles, late-summer fruit, pear crisp, pot roast
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I just discovered mad hungry. I think Lucinda Quinn is one of the best chefs on T.V. I love the simple way she explains things and the way she interacts with her sons. She makes dishes that are not above the common people. I bought her cook book. I wish she was on at night in addition to her day time show. I’m 71 years old and raised 6 kids 5 are boys and like her sons my kids are stopping in all the time and are always in the ice box. Thank you for the show. sincerely Brenda
I have to say that I haven’t watched Mad Hungry in months. (repeats) I do check n for an occasional recipe. I’ve gotten a lot from Mad Hungry. I have been following
I love John Contratti’s website. It’s a very cool blog that I follow daily. Mad Hungry should be proud of their discovery.
Tim: Thanks for sharing the above website. I checked it out and it is very cool. There’s a week of Oscar theme recipes. I also found the guys Mad Hungry recipes. Thanks again.
I just checked out Mr. Contratti’s website. It really is lots of fun. The recipes are outstanding and now a movie themed week for the Academy Awards is just wonderful. Has anyone ever noticed if Ms. Quinn has ever commented on it? This gentleman has gained a big following.
I have watched soooo many cooking shows in my life starting with Julia Childs. Lucinda is by far the Best instructional cooking Host I have ever seen.
Her passion for cooking and bringing the family together around the table is brilliant! She has a way of making the viewer feel like they are getting a private lesson. She brings excitement and absolute ease into every dish. I love her show and record it every day. In fact, I have learned from Lucinda how to get my kids involved in cooking meals together. It has truly brought us closer as we approach the teenage years. Time and again we have prepared your incredible recipes as a family and it has become a favorite activity in our home. We now have a lot of friends of our kids dropping in and staying for dinner. Thank you Lucinda for helping me understand the beauty and simplicity of creating incredible meals for the family home. p.s. I want to get your cook book and give copies to friends. You are amazing! Thank you!
I want to see it in Canada but don’t get Hallmark – help!!!