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Let's talk comfort food

Discussion in 'Survey says...' started by never2muchfun, Feb 12, 2014.


What are your comfort foods?

  1. Banana pancakes

  2. Chocolate chip cookies

  3. mac and cheese

  4. Cinnamon toast

  5. Soup (please specify)

  6. Stew

  7. Spaghetti

  8. Other (please specify)

Multiple votes are allowed.
  1. Kurben

    Kurben The Fool on the Hill

    Some cheese on a cracker and beer or coke on the side(Depending on the situation). And then.... Of Course... PIZZA. Garlicbread with some melted cheese on top is great
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  2. Lily Sawyer

    Lily Sawyer B-dazzled

    Homemade chicken soup. I love all variations of it: chicken soup with rotini pasta, Colombian ajiaco Bogotano, matzoh ball soup, Greek avgolemono, chicken and dumplings, Swedish chicken soup. Good for the soul; good for the heart.
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  3. Kurben

    Kurben The Fool on the Hill

    What the heck is Swedish chicken soup?!? I'm from Sweden so are a little bit curious...
  4. Lily Sawyer

    Lily Sawyer B-dazzled

    You cook potatoes and a red onion in the same pot as the chicken. Remove the chicken, debone it, but before adding the meat back to the pot, you mash up the potatoes in the stock and beat the living hell out of the soup. It becomes creamy/grainy. Then you add the meat and salt, vinegar, a pinch of pepper and a tiny amount of sugar. When you serve it, you sprinkle chopped parsley on top. I learned to make it from my cousins in Landskrona (southern Sweden for those who aren't familiar with the town name).
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  5. lovely1

    lovely1 Well-Known Member

    Chocolate and more chocolate, it soothes and calms me. ;-D:smile:
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  6. Kurben

    Kurben The Fool on the Hill

    Never heard of before. But then.. I'm not exactly a wizard in the kitchen so it might easily pass me by. But it does sound kind of like a family special. Sounds interesting though. Thanks for the info.
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  7. EMTP513

    EMTP513 Well-Known Member

    Popcorn but I usually CAN'T eat when I'm blue or depressed. At a funeral OTOH I can't seem to STOP eating. I eat anything that isn't nailed down.
    That's why I'm glad that the people at the Grief Recovery Method told me we were programmed to eat when we're dealing with death, and it happened a long time ago. People offer you cookies and food instead of talking about the loss. It's one of the myths of grief. "Eat this and you'll feel better."
    You'll feel different. You won't feel better unless you're allowed to talk about the loss.

    Incidentally, I got no help at all after my daughter's dad died in Tower 1 by applying the myths of grief to it.
    It's the only death in my life in which every single myth of the 6 main ones there are failed me in a major way. Time didn't heal it, bc my last image of him was watching the tower he was in crumbling to the ground. Keeping busy didn't help because there was nowhere you could go that you weren't being constantly reminded that it happened. You couldn't even go to the AIRport without being reminded of it every second.
    Nothing helped until I found the Grief Recovery Method by accident and they found Osama bin Laden. Those two things had to happen, or I don't believe I would have ever found a way to go on despite what happened and find ways to be happy in spite of it.
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  8. FlakeNoir

    FlakeNoir Original Kiwi© SKMB® Moderator

    I'm so sorry.... :(
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  9. Dana Jean

    Dana Jean Dirty Pirate Hooker Moderator

    I'm sorry too EMTP.
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  10. Doc Creed

    Doc Creed Well-Known Member

    Homemade chicken and dumplings with cornbread. Of course, if in a meat and three I have to add mashed sweet potatoes, fried okra, and field peas. Sweet tea.
  11. 80sFan

    80sFan Just one more chapter...

    Stuffing swimming in turkey gravy.
    Sausage gravy over biscuits.
    Creamed chipped beef.
    Tortellini in cream sauce.
    Loaded fries.

    Plain potato chips and ice cream (almost any flavor, but must have a texture to it - nuts/chocolate chips, etc).

    Tea with chocolate biscuits.
    Wine with cheese and crackers.

    I seriously love food.
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  12. Doc Creed

    Doc Creed Well-Known Member

    Sausage and gravy buscuits sound really good, actually. Scrambled eggs, hashrounds, bacon, and grits. Breakfast is another weakness of mine.
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  13. 80sFan

    80sFan Just one more chapter...

    My favorite meal of the day...and the only one I'm really good at making.
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  14. Alexandra M

    Alexandra M Well-Known Member

    It's difficult to name just one thing. The first thing that comes to mind is homemade french fries smothered in gravy/
    But, English biscuits with tea is great too....
    Then there are hot beef sandwiches with french fries and coleslaw on the side...
    But I really like chicken fried steak with gravy and french fries and coleslaw....
    So many choices and too many decisions :hmm:
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