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Oct 15, 2011 12:26 PM CST
Name: Stormy
Valley Forge Pa
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Hmmm Comfort food in itself is an interesting topic. When that topic first became popular people would tell me all sorts of things that were comfort food to them, some of which I'd never thought of as something to eat when not feeling well.

When I really stop and think about it I think that for me at least comfort food falls into two categories. One is food to eat when I'm not feeling physically well and the other is food to eat when I'm feeling blue.

As a child and also through a large part of my adult life when I am not feeling physically well I would have a bowl of Pastina Pasta with a small bit of milk, butter and parmasean in it.

Whenever I was feeling down in the dumps the surest food item to bring a smile to my face would be a grilled cheese sandwich. Big Grin

Today I reach for different things. When I feel ill, it's always a bowl of soup that I want now. When I'm down today a piece of grainy bread with peanut butter will lift my spirits. Smiling I still have to fight the urge to whip up a bowl of pastina from time to time.

What is your idea of comfort food?

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