Epic Game Day Eats for Sunday

It’s kind of awesome for me to announce that I’m participating in the Visa/NFl Make It Epic Campaign. For any TV viewer not living under a rock—you’ve proably glimpsed the Epic action while watching the football games. Truthfully, football has generally fallen under the “if you can’t beat ‘em join ‘em” category my whole life. And… View Article

Epic Fried Chicken Situation

While many of my brethren and sistren are doing January cleanse and clean-up routines, I find myself sinking into a comfort food vibe. It doesn’t seem like smoothie weather to me—I want deep hearty soups, fluffy pancakes and homemade bread. As for the ‘health’ part, I just make sure to eat lots of fruits, vegetables and… View Article

Recipes from Today’s Show: Alfresco Dinner

TODAY on MHTV: A lunchtime picnic or twilight patio dinner is one of the best things summer weather brings. My brined and fried chicken is crunchy and super flavorful and can be eaten warm or cold. With the bounty of fresh seasonal produce, pair this with a side of simple, no-cook, crisp corn salad. For… View Article

Recipes from Today’s Show: Southern Cooking

  TODAY on MHTV: I love hearty Southern food and my longtime friend and colleague, Sarah, is here to create some of our down-home favorites. First, we whip up a pitcher of spearmint juleps, allowing the mint to steep in the bourbon. For flavorful fried chicken without all the fat and mess, I’m making mine… View Article

Recipes From Today’s Show: Fried Chicken

TODAY on MHTV: All the Quinn boys are here and we’re making not one, but two kinds of fried chicken. My favorite version, Miss Lamie’s Jamaican fried chicken has an unusual method but is so delish, and, classic Southern-style chicken goes more traditional with a buttermilk/hot sauce marinade. On the side, I’m cooking up fresh… View Article

Recipes from Today’s Show: Southern Cooking

TODAY on MHTV: Even though I’m from up North, I’m a big fan of Southern food and was inspired to whip up this down-home menu of fried chicken and hearty sides. It’s a pretty classic Southern spread starting out with ice cold spearmint juleps and pimento cheese and crackers, except my fried chicken isn’t fried… View Article