|Comfort foodsPage 1 of 6 (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)|
|liptons chicken noodle soup and a grilled cheese sammich...(must be velveeta)|
orange or green kool-aid
fried baloney sandwiches
Posted: 6/27/2007 11:25:43 AM
|Campbell's (gotta be Campbells, not even home made) chicken noodle soup and a grilled cheese sandwich. M'm!, M'm! Good! I like crisp, fried bacon in my grilled cheese.|
Posted: 6/28/2007 6:54:00 AM
|Kraft Dinner - no milk added, lots o' butter. |
I make a killer "pate chinois" (Shepherd's pie) .
I use heavily spiced turkey hamburger mixed/cooked with finely cut and cooked onion (well done and drained) , mashed potatoes (with butter and cream ) , and corn ( NOT creamed corn).
A few pats of butter, and some paprika...and brown it under the broiler.
Dutch stroopwafels . ( If you don't know what those are , Google for a picture).
On a cold winter day, a cheese fondue.
| Miss W|
Posted: 6/28/2007 7:55:36 AM
|I make a lethal oven baked beef stew. |
I also love artichokes stuffed with garlic, romano, and bread crumbs, that have been been drizzled with olive oil and pressure cooked for 20 minutes. This is an old family recipe and it is killer. A garlic orgasm, if you will.
Posted: 6/30/2007 1:58:25 PM
|Biscuits and gravy|
Chicken Fried Steak
Grits (with lots of butter)
Mom's meatloaf (with ketchup)
Red Velvet cake
Posted: 6/30/2007 7:16:48 PM
|Spicy taco's!! Really all, any time of the day. If spice isn't your thing, then lot's of butter milk, love it too!|
^^^ and hi-ya jb, good to see you! I see we have the privilege to post again. Darn 'late'... he busted our chops ...I'm writing to him to apologize later. I don't want to be a repeat offender.
It's good to be back!!
Posted: 6/30/2007 7:17:16 PM
|And no one said my all time favorite Clam Chowder |
And also Beef Stew
Posted: 6/30/2007 9:50:36 PM
|You know , I was about to mention the tomato soup too, preferably homemade. That's an all time favorite and tasty, with lots of crackers. In fact though, all of these posts are good, with good tastes...giving me an appetite |
Posted: 7/1/2007 12:11:42 AM
|Avocado dip with salted chips, hot chili queso and fresh tortillas... |
Posted: 7/2/2007 7:05:11 AM
|ICE CREAM SANDWICH|
You list has 4 things I was thinking of....with a twist...
#1 BACON and cheese
#2 do not cut em in squares cut em like chocolate bars LOL
#3 Gravy of course!!!
#4 and do not ruin it with Ketchup ( I make great M&C)
#5 would never have thought of it .....but cut it in two horizontally put in a layer of lemon pie filling....put back together then cover in Chocolate icing!!!
and one that should be on you list... Ice cream sandwiches or ice cream anything for that matter!!!!
Posted: 7/5/2007 11:20:03 AM
|Southern Chicken n Dumplings (Dumplings rolled thin, dropped deep in the rolling broth)|
Real macaronni & cheddar cheese, topped off with
Banana pudding from scratch w merengue on top, or
Homemade peach icecream right out of the churn when soft
Look out hammock, here I come!!!!
Posted: 7/5/2007 2:28:19 PM
|[Real macaronni & cheddar cheese, topped off with|
Banana pudding from scratch w merengue on top, or
Homemade peach icecream right out of the churn when soft]
shouldnt this be in the weird food combo thread?...nyuk nyuk nyuk...j/k
Posted: 7/11/2007 11:38:15 AM
|It used to be a nice shot of bourbon or rum, straight and neat, but I have since moved on from hard stuff anymore. I do love a good, strong, dark beer, however.|
Hmmm... as to foods...
The comfort to me is not so much in the eating (although that is certainly important!) as in the preparation of foods and watching others enjoy them - or even seeing the looks on people's faces when you describe what you make. I am partial to basic, no-frills roasts, soups, and deep-fried breaded things... everything from lamb stew to smelts. I especially love making cabbage soup with hot Italian sausage, home-made German potato salad with bratwursts, curry-based concoctions, and love a rare-cooked Delmonico steak on occasion (blue-cooked is fine too!).
Posted: 11/2/2007 8:23:55 PM
Posted: 11/3/2007 6:24:06 PM
|Canollis creamy filling containing mascarpone blended with some combination of vanilla, chocolate, pistachio, Marsala wine, rosewater and I like them with cherries in them, yummmmyyy.|
Then for a drink I like to have 2 scoops of Vanilla ice cream, milk and 3 table spoons of Amaretto mix and put that in a blender with 1 ice cube for a side drink.
Both of them will put me to sleep.
Posted: 11/3/2007 6:51:57 PM
two slices bread heavily buttered
place a large handful of cripsy chips on top of one slice
cover with other slice
smush firmly with palm of hand
u can use any chips personally I like to keep it authentic and use plain
Canadian friend of mine asked if you can use wholemeal bread
seriously dont even bother trying to make this sandwich nutritionally sound
Posted: 11/3/2007 7:11:42 PM
|hmmm..if im feeling a little down..for my comfort food i go straight for some plain cadbury dairy milk chocolate or a choccie sunday from that place with the golden archers..and when i feel like some lovin...nothin beats my mums baked dinner |
Posted: 11/3/2007 7:27:20 PM
|...My vote is for round steak...or cubed steak...browned and baked....with mashed potatoes...and lots and lots of good brown gravy.......|
Posted: 11/3/2007 9:30:55 PM
|Comfort foods are related to different memories:|
Home made macaroni and cheese - parmesan, romano,cheddar, and jalapeno, gruyere cheese with a little bit of mustard mixed in
Nasi Goreng - Indonesian Fried Rice
Bananas and chocolate sauce sandwich
Mushroom soup and corned beef sandwiches
Chicken Noodle soup - Campbell's of course
Posted: 11/3/2007 10:17:09 PM
|Grilled cheese and tomato soup,|
Stouffer's mac and cheese
deep fried catfish and a side of slaw
deep fried mushrooms and deep fried cheese curds
fresh loaf french bread and a hunk of cheddar with a little butter...
Posted: 11/3/2007 10:42:26 PM
|I forgot stroganoff. I'm going to make some tomorrow with Swedish meatballs. I've been jonesing for this for a LOOOOOOONG time. Was just waiting for the crisp cool weather to come in.|
Posted: 11/6/2007 3:30:16 PM
Its a habit im trying very hard to break
Posted: 12/28/2007 11:53:48 AM
|1 large orange|
44 coffee beans
44 sugar cubes
1 bottle (26 oz) Vodka (be sure to save the bottle)
Pierce orange with wooden skewer and stud with all 44 coffee beans. Drop into large glass jar with tight fitting lid. Add the 44 sugar cubes and pour in the Vodka. Cover tightly and shake well. Keep in a dark place (not fridge). Shake well every day for 44 days.
On 45th day, discard orange and pour back into Vodka bottle. If there is a bit left over, well, what the heck, just drink it. Delicious and ready for Christmas.
Posted: 12/28/2007 11:54:28 AM
|Gods I have so many. rofl..|
Potatoes with butter,gravey, sour cream anything else I can think to add to them..
Fresh bread hot out of the oven with butter on it.