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To me comfort food is simple stuff that satisfies the soul.  A well made croissant, a nice quiche, or some Korean fried dumplings among many others. 

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Ham steak on cast iron, stewed okra and tomatoes, collard greens.

Yeah...that does it.

Although your choice is quiet nice too. 

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2 hours ago, deputy tom said:

Spanikopita, mini quiches, whisky or gin. tom.

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tom.

I need to find a good Greek joint in Denver. I’ve missed a good spanakopita. 
 

 

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3 minutes ago, gwalchmai said:

Mrs. G cooked me up a nice veggie lasagna for supper.

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Now that looks tasty... Got the recipe by chance?  That does look good...

Dave..

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9 minutes ago, Cheygriz said:

A good Haggis.

 

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Had many...a fine meal when turned out with tatties and neeps.

 

 

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12 minutes ago, Cheygriz said:

A good Haggis.

 

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I’m one of those weird non -Scot that like haggis. 

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7 minutes ago, DrB said:

Now that looks tasty... Got the recipe by chance?  That does look good...

Dave..

Well, that pic is from the interwebz, and Mrs. G's recipe for this evening was from Marie Callender. But it was delish, just the same. :supergrin: :eat:

 

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1 hour ago, gwalchmai said:

Well, that pic is from the interwebz, and Mrs. G's recipe for this evening was from Marie Callender. But it was delish, just the same. :supergrin: :eat:

 

So when are you having us all over for dinner????????

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1 hour ago, DrB said:

So when are you having us all over for dinner????????

Come on any time! :supergrin:

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3 hours ago, Batesmotel said:

Neapolitan style pizza.   

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I think we will fire up the pizza oven for a hurricane party tomorrow.

My comfort foods are beef cheeks, short ribs, cassoulet, or feijioda.

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Fried chicken, fresh sweet corn, mashed potatoes and chicken gravy made from the drippings.

 

That tastes like home to me.

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Tomato soup/bisque 

Grilled cheese, better fry bread as the bread

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I like a pot of pinto beans or 16 bean soup with hamhock. French bread, the good kind not that sourdough stuff, or cornbread optional.

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6 hours ago, Fnfalman said:

I need some serious comforting tonight. 
 

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Nothing like a 365, bacon and an Emerson for comfort. tom. :599c64b15e0f8_thumbsup:

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15 hours ago, Cheygriz said:

A good Haggis.

 

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My Grandson like it!

He was a hit in Iraq 'cause he liked the food.  The locals wouldn't believe it at first.

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1 hour ago, janice6 said:

My Grandson like it!

He was a hit in Iraq 'cause he liked the food.  The locals wouldn't believe it at first.

I've never had Iraqi food...but have had plenty of food from the region.  Egypt, Syria, Saudi Arabia, etc...

I like it. 

Anyway. About ones a year i attend a Burns dinner and they, of course, have a haggis...pipped in with potatoes and greens.

 

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1 hour ago, Historian said:

I've never had Iraqi food...but have had plenty of food from the region.  Egypt, Syria, Saudi Arabia, etc...

I like it. 

Anyway. About ones a year i attend a Burns dinner and they, of course, have a haggis...pipped in with potatoes and greens.

 

On dozens of Burns Nights I was the Piper. tom. :cowboy2:

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