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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

Beowulfsfriend Level 8 Feb 6, 2019

Hahahaha... no but that sounds interesting. smile002.gif


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

crazycat329 Level 5 Feb 6, 2019

Mmmm... cheesy eggs on toast. Yes please. I also love buttered eggs on toast. My mom used to make slightly soft boiled eggs, peel and chop with salt, pepper and a bit of butter, mix and spread on toast. We always got this when we were sick. Super comfort food.

@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 potatoes...it was glorious, and I have left overs this week. smile001.gif

linxminx Level 7 Feb 6, 2019

Sounds wonderful! I love leftover roast beef sandwich with mayo and onion.


Home made chicken soup. Is the greatest food ever. Pot roast is pretty good, egg plant parm is very good, the hamburger is your best option at all times,
If you want to live, chicken soup will help you to live.

Maindawg Level 7 Feb 6, 2019

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

LenHazell53 Level 8 Feb 6, 2019

I want to say that my friend Darlene , made corned beef for me , She was a very nice person. She made myself dinner sometimes. She had a talent.
She had cancer , and she almost made it.



Holiday Level 7 Feb 6, 2019

What is poutine?

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


Fried Chicken and homemade mac & cheese.

gitcheegummee Level 5 Feb 6, 2019

My grandma made Mac and cheese . It was my favorite food. She died ,in 76 . I think she used Canadian cheese. She usednto there every year , and she bought some kind of cheese up there. Long Horn cheese.she bought a wheel of long Horn cheese.


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

GwenC Level 6 Feb 6, 2019

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


The hash browns pictured sure look yummy. I like corned beef hash as well. Another comfort food is scrambled omelet on naan bread. (A scrambled omelet is really scrambled eggs with lots of stuff in it - chopped bell peppers, onions, mushrooms, bacon, and pretend cheese 'cause I'm lactose intolerant.)

TheAstroChuck Level 8 Feb 6, 2019

Yes, I love corned beef hash, especially with a soft egg on top.


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

Orbit Level 7 Feb 6, 2019

Dark chocolate.

LiterateHiker Level 8 Feb 6, 2019

You are talking about food ,right ?


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

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

thinktwice Level 8 Feb 6, 2019

Sounds good to me. smile001.gif I do love sausage gravy and biscuits.

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

@thinktwice The family business as a kid was a supermarket and my dad was always bringing home items that couldn't be sold (e.g. bags of flour with a hole). One time he brought home some sugar and salt that got mixed together. He told Mom the mixture was perfect for making cookies. Anyway, the resulting cookies were so salty, each of us kids took one bite and spit it out. That was the only cookie I've ever met that I didn't like.

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