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comfort food

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcomfort foodˈcomfort ˌfood noun [countable, uncountable]  simple food that makes you feel relaxed and happy
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comfort foodLike fried chicken, potpie symbolizes home cooking and comfort food, she said.The color of saffron, with dollops of red tomatoes flecked throughout, this hot potage goes beyond comfort food.What's your favourite comfort food?This, it seems, is the truest expression of comfort food!But I argue that the lack of comfort food can also kill you.My sister-in-law Joy has another twist on this white / yellow / butter / salt / sweet comfort food thing.A lot of people consider macaroni and cheese the ultimate comfort food, but it has never enchanted us.
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