It’s a “Week Night Dinner Challenge.”
We all know how crazy a weeknight can be—ESPECIALLY if you’re trying to make delicious dinner for you and your family after a long day! Lucinda has her own go-to recipes for nights like these, but she wants viewers to let her in on their secret go-to dishes, so we can all share the love.
The winning recipe will be featured on an upcoming episode of “Mad Hungry with Lucinda Scala Quinn,” and not only that, but Lucinda will build a special menu around the winning dish.
Entries can be main dishes, sides or desserts…as long as their original and no-fuss! Entries will be accepted through March 15th.
In addition to hosting her own show, Lucinda is also the Executive Food Editor at Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, has authored several cookbooks (her latest being “Mad Hungry: Feeding Men & Boys”) and she hosts a food and drink radio show on Sirius/XM.
For quick background on the series, “Mad Hungry with Lucinda Scala Quinn” focuses on simple, straightforward and easy-to-follow recipes that deliver big flavors with a minimum of fuss. The series premiered in September 2010, and is back with all new recipes here in 2011. In the daily half hour program (airs at 12ET/11CT on Hallmark Channel), she shares advice on how and why to feed the people you love, even revealing her own tips and strategies for conquering the challenge of whetting the appetite of her husband and three sons.
For more info on the “Week Night Dinner Challenge” or for official rules, check out http://blog.madhungry.com/2011/03/dinner-dash-challenge.html,
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