Classic Comfort Food
Who doesn’t love comfort food? It’s that indulgent snack when you’re having a rough day, or that homemade bowl of soup just like your mom used to make. Comfort food is usually any food that provides warmth or nostalgia. It can be specific to an individual or general to a culture, but it is often something that is prepared in a traditional way that is reminiscent of home or childhood memories.
Check out the below list of some of the top comfort foods, then let us know your favorite by taking our poll here: http://www.opinionstage.com/polls/2323282.
Top Comfort Foods
- Chicken Pot Pie
There’s just something about pot pie that says “comfort.” This classic all-in-one dish is always satisfying – and it warms you from the inside out! Try our version which uses toasty potato bread in place of the traditional pie crust topping.
- Fried Chicken
- Casseroles (e.g. Tuna, Sweet Potato)
- Lasagna/Baked Pasta Dishes
- Macaroni and Cheese
Who doesn’t love cheese? The melty, cheesy goodness of mac and cheese is at the top of most people’s lists of comfort foods. Check out our recipe for baked mac and cheese with a Martin’s breadcrumb topping.
- Mashed Potatoes
- Soups and Stews (e.g. Chicken Noodle, French Onion, Beef Stew, Creamy Potato Soup)
- Grilled Cheese
What’s simpler than a grilled cheese sandwich? This classic comfort food reminds us of childhood, but can easily be transformed into a “grown up” meal with a few extra add-ons. Try our recipe for a Bacon Grilled Cheese on Martin’s Potato Bread.
- Shrimp and Grits (if you’re in the South)
- Dessert Pies (e.g. Apple, Cherry)
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