comfort food


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comfort food

n.
Food that is simply prepared and associated with a sense of home or contentment.

comfort food

n
(Cookery) food that is enjoyable to eat and makes the eater feel better emotionally
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Noun1.comfort food - food that is simply prepared and gives a sense of wellbeing; typically food with a high sugar or carbohydrate content that is associated with childhood or with home cooking
food, nutrient - any substance that can be metabolized by an animal to give energy and build tissue
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Instead of dining out, sometimes it's just as satisfying to take out and eat in with a warm plate of comfort food. Pancake House has the perfect solution to help you beat the rainy day blues.
The cafe offers comfort food including pizza and nuggets, along with homemade bakery - coconut cake, chocolate fudge and orange cake.
But I wonder if our ancestors enjoyed 'comfort food' the way most of us do today.
This week, he tells us about his go-to comfort food, the best bit about his job, and gives some advice to aspiring restaurant owners.
Occasional "comfort food" can be soothing and simply come under the category -- "treat yourself." A favorite dish can be so helpful in grief.
Easy focuses on hearty comfort food and doughnuts and has become very popular in a very short time.
John Whaite's Comfort: Food to Soothe the Soul (9781909487925, $29.99) gathers recipes designed to be comforting and hearty, rebelling against the Clean Eating trend and offering fare that satisfies the urge for comfort food. Some recipes have impacted the cook author's life and others represent his own creations to fit into the style and perception of comfort foods.
The phrase 'comfort food' has been loosely thrown around the food scene for some time now.
For vegans, it isn't always easy to find comfort food at the grocery store--let alone delicious, easy-to-prep, and easy-to-store comfort food.
Perhaps the greatest challenge to creating comfort food is capturing the homey, sentimental impressions it leaves in the stomach while also arousing the inner gourmet.
Comfort Food Meanings And Memories blends culinary history with folklore and a focus on how comfort foods were developed from American ethnic and family roots, offering insights on the idea of comfort foods, the types of foods that came to be regarded as such, and how local comfort foods and culinary tourism spread to become a part of local culture and cuisines across the country.
Instead, comfort food chosen purely with my tastebuds and mental well-being in mind.