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I made O'Brien Hash Browns today... so good.

What's your favorite comfort food?

Besides fried potatoes, some of my favorites are egg salad, oatmeal with maple syrup, grilled cheese sandwich with tomato soup.

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At first I misread, thinking it said O'Brien hash brownies, and thought I hadn't heard of those


Either toast, scrambled cheesy eggs and sausage(or bacon). Or pork tenderloin, sauerkraut, and mashed potatoes.

@mzbehavin sounds goood. Good memories.


I'm a burger lover...not the McDonalds burger, but more of a gourmet-burger aficianado. Also, love a good roast. I made one this past weekend in the slow cooker. Roast, onions, carrots, thyme, white wine, mashed was glorious, and I have left overs this week. smile001.gif

linxminx Level 7 Feb 6, 2019

Corn Beef sandwiches and cream of tomato soup with a little black pepper, a match made in heaven



@Maindawg []
I have it about once a year. It’s a killer.


Fried Chicken and homemade mac & cheese.


If I want comfort food it is going to be either risotto or instant mashed potatoes

GwenC Level 7 Feb 6, 2019

I've really been betting into instant mashed potatoes, lately, too. So easy and yummy.


The ever-heart healthy chicken fried steak with country gravy.

Orbit Level 7 Feb 6, 2019

Dark chocolate.


Mine is rice with a cracked egg and soy mom was Japanese and this was what we ate when we were kids...

I also love grits with lots of butter and biscuits with dad was from the South

@mzbehavin My mom had to learn to make biscuits when she came to the USA...her first ones were so hard and dad had one covered in sat on our fire place mantel all our lives...


I like a thick baloney and sliced cheese sandwich, with mayo and yellow mustard on oat-honey bread.

mmmmm both of those sound wonderful!!!

@Maindawg You do not ask what is baloney or ask how it made. You EAT baloney. That's it, you EAT it. End of story.

@Maindawg I love olive and pimento awful for you and you really don't want to know how it is made...ha ha ha...I haven 't had either of those in years, but I remember them fondly...

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