What's your go to comfort food?

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Re: What's your go to comfort food?

Post by April Ruvs » 20 Jun 2019, 06:13

Now you are speaking my language. When I am stressed or highly emotional, I tend to indulge in anything chocolatey, ginger cake, fries with bbq sauce, crisps etc.
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Post by ljdanielson71 » 20 Jun 2019, 21:42

Go to comfort food is tacos and homade chicken and noodle soup.

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Post by Nisha Ward » 21 Jun 2019, 09:47

Definitely burgers and fried chicken.
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Post by Nicole_Boyd » 23 Jun 2019, 23:45

Ice cream of any kind!

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Post by Saffron » 25 Jun 2019, 08:34

Pizza all the way or lasagna 🌺

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Post by Charlie19 » 30 Jun 2019, 04:44

I have a lot in mind, however I am just going to share one and that is pizza. Any type of pizza will o good to me as long as its pizza.

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Post by oglesby+georgia52 » 30 Jun 2019, 04:49

My go to comfort food would have to be chocolate on chocolate.
I can be having the most off putting day but something about that rich, decadent luxurious taste just lifts my spirit.

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Post by Miguel1217 » 30 Jun 2019, 19:47

After a long tiring day or week and I haven't had a good meal, I would always find comfort in:

a simple lechon kawali (crispy pork belly)
rice
and whatever condiments I feel like indulging in (tomatoes with anchovies, calamansi, soy sauce and chili, tomatoes and shrimp paste or just plain catsup and hotsauce).

Plus throw in a can of ice cold soda!

Hmmmm, yum!

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Post by Kansas City Teacher » 30 Jun 2019, 23:31

Miguel1217 wrote:
30 Jun 2019, 19:47
After a long tiring day or week and I haven't had a good meal, I would always find comfort in:

a simple lechon kawali (crispy pork belly)
rice
and whatever condiments I feel like indulging in (tomatoes with anchovies, calamansi, soy sauce and chili, tomatoes and shrimp paste or just plain catsup and hotsauce).

Plus throw in a can of ice cold soda!

Hmmmm, yum!
Wow you sure are fancy! I am good with a bag of potato chips. A big giant soft pretzel works also.

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Post by corinaelena » 11 Jul 2019, 07:59

My go-to comfort foods are:
- pizza
- burgers
- pasta
- french fries
- ice-cream
- cookies
- chocolate cake

Basically, a lot of carbs and sugars :)).

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Post by shravsi » 26 Jul 2019, 08:44

Rice and curry with fryums

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Rice with cooked and seasoned pigeon pea!

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Post by Florence Nalianya » 09 Aug 2019, 08:01

My foods are chips,roasted meat and fruits at large.

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