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Care to share your favorite comfort food or drink that makes you warm and cozy inside?

Asked by FreshlyBaked (626 points ) November 11th, 2012

I adore dark toast soaked in real butter sliced into long “fingers” served on a warm plate along with a hot cup of good, black tea. There’s nothing better for warming the cockles of my heart on a blustery, cold day.

What food or drink do you think of when you need to warm yourself?

Recipes are welcome.

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downtide's avatar

Home-made Shepherd’s Pie, cooked to my mum’s recipe. We were poor so she would make a little meat go further by adding a can of baked beans (with sauce). The sauce makes the gravy delicious.

jrpowell's avatar

Grilled cheese on white bread with Velveeta instead of real cheese. And yes, I have lived in a mobile home.

FreshlyBaked's avatar

Grilled cheese sandwiches are perhaps America’s greatest gift to world cuisine, and I have also lived in a mobile home once upon a time.

marinelife's avatar

Food: macaroni and cheese.
Drink: Hot tea.

chyna's avatar

Campbells tomato soup, grilled cheese (also with Velveeta) and hot chocolate.

jonsblond's avatar

Coffee. and lots of it

For food I would say an open-faced turkey sandwich. I’ve been craving one for over a month now. I need to find a little diner that serves this.

marinelife's avatar

@jonsblond With real turkey, right? Not deli turkey.

bookish1's avatar

@FreshlyBaked: I beg to differ. That’s chili.

Well I do feel much warmer with my whiskey jacket on…
I am a big fan of soup. I just found a great recipe for broccoli cheddar soup that has lots of rosemary in it.

wundayatta's avatar

Hot chocolate made with a really fine chocolatty cocoa. Mmm. I need some now. Pancakes would be nice, too. Real maple syrup.

syz's avatar

Grilled cheese and tomato soup, with ginger ale. When I was growing up, that was my meal when I was home sick. (We used American cheese, which is nearly as bad, and saved the Velveeta for the pimento cheese mix.)

Coloma's avatar

I too like tomato soup with grilled cheese and cream of mushroom soup.
Last night I made toast with peanut butter and spun honey. Oh man, I haven’t had toast and spun honey for YEARS! It was amazing!

jca's avatar

I am a tea girl, and I drink tea at least once a day, a huge cup with milk and some artificial sweetener.

I like chicken soup and I made some last night, with pasta, carrots, onions, celery and parsnips.

I like the traditional things, like mac and cheese, beef stew, grilled cheese.

For dessert, comfort foods to me are homemade apple pie or pumpkin pie. I don’t like apple pie that is store or bakery made, it really has to be homemade. For a storebought pumpkin pie, Costco makes an excellent one.

WestRiverrat's avatar

Tomato soup with cheese dumplings, poured over a grilled Cheez Whiz sandwich.

Drink is hot chocolate with a tablespoonful of vanilla ice cream on top.

bookish1's avatar

Thanks to this thread, I had a grilled cheese on whole wheat for breakfast today :)

OpryLeigh's avatar

A cup of milky, sweet tea

AmWiser's avatar

A bowl of Chicken & Dumplings with a side of hot cornbread and ending with a slice of apple pie.
(I love these eating posts, everything sounds soooo good!)

zenvelo's avatar

A turkey pot pie with a glass of milk.

bookish1's avatar

@AmWiser : Me too, it’s like the erotica of food porn!

jonsblond's avatar

@marinelife Yes. Real turkey on top of toast, mashed potatoes and plenty of gravy. yum!

dabbler's avatar

Tequilla !

What’s that ? ... “Cozy?” I thought it was warm and crazy….;-)

WillWorkForChocolate's avatar

On a cold day? I like making this breakfast dish my mom made when I was little, that I just call “egg and crackers”. Soft boil 2 eggs, peel them and smush them down on top of 1 tablespoon of butter, then crush in some saltine crackers after the butter is melted. You can eat it just like that, or sprinkle in a pinch of salt and a dash of garlic powder. Add some finely chopped parsley if you want to. It’s delicious.

Sometimes, I also like to eat vegetable soup and a grilled cheese sandwich, on a cold rainy night.

dabbler's avatar

Grilled swiss on rye, with tomato, and a side of french fries.

Blondesjon's avatar

During this time of the year I opt for chili and beer.

During the warmer months my tastes veer toward beer and beer.

YARNLADY's avatar

Hot, buttered popcorn with a glass of frosty orange juice.

Coloma's avatar

Ooooh…it’s almost dinner time, what to make, what to make? :-p

woodcutter's avatar

Pretty much anything at “Dennys”

bookish1's avatar

@woodcutter hash brownssssss

dabbler's avatar

Hash browns! Oh yeah ! Breakfast of the gods.
But they must be properly made, not gloppy or oily and must be cooked enough cooked enough and have that portion that’s toasted just so….. sigh.

jca's avatar

I am not a big drinker (but will partake on occasion, perhaps at a party or sometimes at someone’s house) but I recently saw online recipes for “Gingerbread Martini.” Looks like a good holiday drink!

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