comfort foods


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Nom nom nom, it’s time to chew on the following question from John in North Hollywood:

I am 28 years old and a pretty good cook, but I still enjoy eating an entire box of Kraft Macaroni and Cheese Dinner now and then. I know, objectively, that it is vile. It’s a totally unnatural hue of orange and doesn’t actually taste much like cheese, but it’s one of the first things I ever learned how to cook and has become a comfort food.

So answer me this: What are your nostalgic comfort foods?

Here at AMT Kitchen (twinned with the heart attack ward), we all enjoy a potato waffle or five. Martin the Sound Man also loves to tuck into a nice big bag of pork scratchings, like the good Midlands boy that he is. If you too have a snack that reminds you of the cosy embrace of childhood but will probably kill you before you reach middle age, please tell us about it in the comments.

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2 Responses to “comfort foods”

  1. Ivy from Torryburn (Australia) Says:

    Kraft mac & cheese, mi goerang noodles (first thing i learned to cook and im still a student so havent over abused them yet & are them even when they were re-called) and my dads bolinase sauce with so much melted cheese everything solidifys intop a block when cooled.

    despite this i have a degree in nutrition and am a practicing personal trainer (perhaps im just a sadist?>>)


  2. Phil from Treorchy Says:

    Similar with me, I am no stranger to the kitchen, but it’s hard to improve on the food of the gods – fish finger sandwhiches and Super Noodle sandwhiches.

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