Cravings Tour: Dates, Cities and Details

Hi Folks, As I’ve mentioned recently, in just a few short weeks I kick off the tour for my new cookbook, Mad Hungry Cravings. I’ll be traveling around the U.S. to about 15+ city tour where I’ll be doing book signings, cooking classes, in-store demonstrations, talks, fundraisers and more. What I’d love most, especially after… View Article

Spurtlemania + Cravings on QVC at 1PM EST

[picasa username=”MadHungryLSQ” albumname=”SpurtlemaniaQVC”] Hi Folks, I just wanted to write a quick note before I go on QVC with In The Kitchen with David in about a half hour. I made it back successfully back from Florida this morning after a ton of fun in South Beach (more to tell later) and rolled right into… View Article

Happy Birthday LSQ!

Hi Mad Hungry-ers! Today’s my birthday and I’m celebrating by offering all my hungry fans out there something special. If you join through this link you’ll have free shipping for a week, but what’s even better is that if you join and link your facebook account to OpenSky, you’ll get $15 credit + free shipping… View Article

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

Today on MHTV: ¬†Today’s menu is all about me! I’m sharing some of my favorite recipes and indulgences.¬†Stracciatella Soup is filled with parmesan and eggs that are whisked into the broth to produce a smooth and creamy consistency. I love it because it instantly reminds me of being a little girl. Spaghetti gets garlic 3… View Article

Behind The Scenes: LSQ’s day in the life

Want more of the behind the scenes day in the life of LSQ? It doesn’t get more minute-by-minute than Martha Stewart Living‘s May issue Mad Hungry column, ¬†“A Day in the life of Lucinda”, that features what goes on behind the scenes at MSLO and includes her go-to recipes of the well-known homemade cappuccino, a… View Article

Then and Now: 2 Lucindas

[picasa username=”madhungrylsq” albumname=”ThenNow2Lucindas”] A few years ago, I was lucky enough to do a story for Martha Stewart Living on Vermont cheesemakers and the awesome cheese they produce. A photographer, his team, and I visited five different farms in only about three or four days all over Vermont; watching cheese be made, shooting cheese, and… View Article