Mad Hungry : Recipes and Strategies for Feeding Men and Boys
It takes more than meat and potatoes to feed a family. In "Mad Hungry", Lucinda Scala Quinn - the mother of three hungry boys, sister of four always-famished fellows, and wife of a guy with a big appetite - shows you winning strategies for nourishing meals that almost cook themselves. "Mad Hungry" offers advice for dealing with those who eat like horses as well as finicky food fussers, and for creating a family legacy of delicious, nutritious home-cooked meals that will be passed on for generations to come. Along with 150 recipes that take you through breakfast, lunch, and dinner (and, of course, dessert), Scala Quinn also muses about life in a predominantly male household and provides sensible advice for feeding your family's spirit as well as filling their bellies.
- Paperback | 288 pages
- 193.04 x 241.3 x 30.48mm | 1,065.94g
- 30 Nov 2009
- Artisan Division of Workman Publishing
- New York, United States
- w. 75 photos.
Those new to the kitchen will find Quinn a helpful shoulder to lean on. " Publishers Weekly" Simple and enticing recipes. " Time Out Chicago" A lively and down-to-earth tome that delivers a heaping plateful of recipes . . . that don t cost a bundle. " Philadelphia Daily News" Not only a slew of delicious, reliable and eminently doable recipes, but a strategic approach to food preparation. " Contra Costa Times" It reads like a cookbook for the modern mom and an ode to family togetherness. " St. Louis Post-Dispatch" Hearty, peacekeeping fare. NYTimes.com A knock-out book. ApartmentTherapy.com" "Those new to the kitchen will find Quinn a helpful shoulder to lean on."--Publishers Weekly "Simple and enticing recipes."--Time Out Chicago "A lively and down-to-earth tome that delivers a heaping plateful of recipes . . . that don't cost a bundle."--Philadelphia Daily News "Not only a slew of delicious, reliable and eminently doable recipes, but a strategic approach to food preparation."--Contra Costa Times "It reads like a cookbook for the modern mom and an ode to family togetherness."--St. Louis Post-Dispatch "Hearty, peacekeeping fare." --NYTimes.com "A knock-out book." --ApartmentTherapy.com