Good question! The long-term solution to this is RSS shown within an iframe, but obviously that doesn't help you right now.
At this point I think your best bet might be to access the database directly, and then format the output as you like. You could connect to your Q2A MySQL database, then run a query like this:
SELECT postid, title, content, created FROM qa_posts WHERE type='Q' ORDER BY created DESC LIMIT 50
Then pull out the results using mysql_fetch_assoc() and format them however you like. You can use the postid to build the link - don't worry about including the question title in the URL - it will still work without it.
You might also find it helpful to get the dates in a format which is compatible with the PHP date() function - in that case, replace created in the query above with UNIX_TIMESTAMP(created).
Finally, don't forget to escape the title and content with htmlspecialchars(), to prevent any mishaps on your front page!