Mad Hungry by Lucinda Scala Quinn
Feeding Men and Boys

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Recipes and strategies for bringing back the family meal

When first published in 2009, Lucinda Scala Quinn's Mad Hungry met with critical acclaim, but it wasn't just the media that fell hard for this book--it was mothers everywhere, who embraced her message to bring back the family meal and loved the ease, simplicity, and robust goodness of her recipes. The book went on to launch a TV series (Mad Hungry with Lucinda Scala Quinn) and now, with over 65,000 copies sold, it is available in a paperback edition that will reach a yet wider audience.
   In Mad Hungry, Scala Quinn shares winning strategies for how to sate the seemingly insatiable, trade food for talk, and get men to manage in the kitchen. She provides recipes for single-skillet meals, dinners that yield fabulous leftovers, and dishes that are a cinch to stretch fore extra guests. Her grab-and-run breakfasts will help kids start the day right, and her healthful drinks make it easier for guys to say no to soda. Along with her techniques that help make homemade meals second nature, nourishing both diner and cook, Scala Quinn offers empowering advice on how to feed one's family's spirits as well as fill their bellies.
 

About Lucinda Scala Quinn

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Lucinda Scala Quinn is at the forefront of the movement to bring back the family meal. The Executive Director of Food and Entertaining at Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, she appears regularly on NBC’s Today Show, hosted Mad Hungry with Lucinda Scala Quinn on the Hallmark Channel, and co-hosted Everyday Food on PBS for six years. She and her husband have three grown sons, who still come home to eat—even when they’re the ones doing the cooking. Lucinda is the author of four cookbooks, most recently Mad Hungry: Feeding Men and Boys and Mad Hungry Cravings.
 
Published August 28, 2012 by Artisan. 288 pages
Genres: Cooking. Non-fiction

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Also, nutritious vegetables star in three of the book’s nine chapters: one focused on salads, one on veggie side dishes, and one entitled Noodles, Rice, and Corn.

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