Easy Comfort Food

It there’s ever been a time for comfort food, it’s now, in the winter of our discontent. Eating well is one of the few things we have to look forward to, locked in our homes day after day and our favorite dishes can return us to a time when the world seemed a more secure and safe place.

Comfort food is defined as “food that provides consolation or a feeling of well-being, typically any dish with a high sugar or other carbohydrate content and associated with childhood or home cooking.” (Oxford Dictionary) We may feel nostalgic for a favorite dish our mother used to make. Wikipedia even lists a breakdown of favorite comfort dishes according to nationality. (link) I’m glad to see butter tarts made the Canadian list, but my childhood butterscotch pudding did not. While nursery type foods such as puddings and oatmeal are often considered comfort foods, so are more hearty dishes like soups and stews and macaroni and cheese. Calorie dense, high carb, high fat foods may trigger the reward system in the brain, leading to a temporary elevation of mood and relaxation. Whatever the mechanism, we take comfort in refueling our bodies.

Today’s recipe is for Easy Microwave Rice Pudding. I’m not a big fan of rice pudding, but my mother loves it and those individual packaged portions are a staple on her grocery list. Last week when I was confronted by a whole container of leftover white rice from the Chinese restaurant (they insist on adding it to the takeout order even if you don’t want it), I decided to look for a recipe online, something simple, nothing to do with steaming in a double boiler etc. I’m all about easy these days, when we’ve been spending way too much time in the kitchen, and also against waste, when so many people are suffering from food insecurity.

1/2-3/4 cup sugar (I used brown sugar)

2 tablespoons cornstarch (30ml)

3 cups of milk

2-3 cups cooked rice (I used 2 1/2 cups as that’s what was in the Chinese food container)

1 teaspoon vanilla

The recipe also called for 1/4 teaspoon salt, one egg and 2 tablespoons of butter (the butter is optional) – all of which I omitted. I’m guessing the egg would add a creamy texture, or maybe the microwave would just hard-boil it, but eggs were in low supply so I left it out. I also added the vanilla at the beginning instead of the end, so it acquired a nice vanilla flavor as it cooked.

Whisk the ingredients in a large microwave bowl. Add raisins if you want, (I added them at the end as some people don’t like raisins and I didn’t want to overcook them). Put in microwave and cook 1 – 1 1/2 minutes. Remove and whisk. Put back in microwave for another 1 – 1 1/2 minutes. Remove and whisk again. Continue above steps until desired thickness – but don’t let it get too thick. You want it a little less than desired as it will continue to thicken as it sits. I repeated this four times but mine was a bit too thick, but then I only used 2 cups of milk initially.

Add anything else you want, cinnamon or nutmeg. Serve warm, or you can reheat with a splash of milk if it gets too thick. Makes six servings.

I forgot to take a pretty photo of it but here it is packed up in a container to be taken to someone who appreciates it more than I do.

A form of bribery…

Hot chocolate is a comfort food I associate with childhood snow days, but now use as a reward after my daily exercise. Walking in such frigid temperatures (it’s January-cold now), definitely requires a treat.

Imported French brand

I put a teaspoon or two of a good quality cocoa in a mug, add milk and sugar to taste and microwave the whole thing for a few minutes, stirring frequently to dissolve. So much better than those powdered pods, mixes or heated chocolate milk with it’s six teaspoons of sugar!

Chicken pot pie with biscuit topping….

Chicken pot pie is one of my favorite comfort dishes this winter. I’m spoiled by the deli’s takeout version, (it’s rich as they use cream) but if you have leftover chicken and frozen veggies you can whip up an easy meal. I tried this one with a biscuit topping, but think I prefer puff or regular pastry.

Mom’s homemade chicken soup

Any kind of soup qualifies as comfort food. My mother still likes to make a big pot of chicken soup occasionally, but Campbell’s chicken noodle is always my go-to on sick days, and scrambled eggs and toast when I’m feeling better but not quite recovered.

Stouffer’s mac and cheese with bread crumbs…..

When I was growing up, my mother made wonderful macaroni and cheese from scratch, something I’ve never bothered with as my cheese sauce never turns out as good as hers. Stouffers frozen mac and cheese is a close second, and if you spread bread crumbs on the top the last twenty minutes in the oven and bake until they are toasty brown, it can mimic homemade. Served with a green salad it makes a comforting and filling meal. A hearty homemade chili or beef stew is also a nice wintry dish, especially served with some nice fresh pumpernickel bread.

Today’s menu was meatloaf, just because it’s January and below zero.

Combo heaven…..

But the ultimate winter comfort food award goes to that old favorite – grilled cheese and tomato soup. Best served after shoveling out the driveway.

Oatmeal with brown sugar is a particularly filling start to the day, but I sometimes like it before bed, especially if I’m in the mood for something sweet.

I hope I have made you hungry! What are your favorite comfort dishes?

Postscript: Don’t forget to give the birds a treat…..and all creatures great and small. (Is anyone else finding that mini-series just a tad disappointing? Usually Masterpiece is spot on in their casting, but the actors seem either too old or too young for the part. The best acting so far goes to the cows and last week, the racehorse. The scenery is beautiful though, you can’t go wrong with sheep in green fields with stone walls.)

The squirrels didn’t like the panettoni either.
Gourmet bird seed…..and not a blue jay in sight….

38 thoughts on “Easy Comfort Food

  1. Anne says:

    I love your variety of soup cups! I made macaroni cheese earlier this week – not my best effort as I used wholewheat macaroni which isn’t as absorbent. When i was in boarding school I would ask my mother to make this dish on the half-term weekend (my brothers would request beef curry!). Soup is a favourite dish – a wonderful way of using leftovers too. I also occasionally like to make chicken stroganoff – the leftovers are going into tomorrow’s chicken pie with a puff pastry (bought) topping 🙂

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    • Joni says:

      We have a chain of stores here called Winners/Homesense which has discounted kitchen and housewares, and I’m always roaming the isles to add dishes to my collection…..well I used to, I haven’t shopped in almost a year now, and currently no stores open except grocery stores and pharmacies as we are back in lockdown again. Your menu sounds lovely! Interesting I find grill cheese with whole wheat bread to be not as good either…the bread is so dense it doesn’t seem to melt the cheese the same….white bread is better. I did try the whole wheat pasta once thinking it was healthier but I can’t remember what I made with it. I didn’t buy it again, so I couldn’t have been too impressed.

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  2. brilliantviewpoint says:

    We just had a snow storm. Comfort foods to the rescue! I don’t drink much hot chocolate, so enjoyed learning how simple it is to make. I have some Pandoro left from Xmas… interesting that the birds don’t like it. Seems like the like seeds better. Thanks for making us smile. 🙂

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    • Joni says:

      I had never tried it before but received a couple of mini-ones it in a Xmas gift basket. I don’t know what it tasted like? almonds? which I’m not fond of, so I put it out for the wildlife, but no one touched it. The next day it rained and got soggy, so I just threw it out. I was surprised that I didn’t care for it, as I love hot cross buns and raisin bread, but maybe it wasn’t a good brand? Yes, we are deep into winter now….

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      • brilliantviewpoint says:

        I think the bigger ones are better, but I don’t like all of the fruits that they put inside. So, I buy the Pandoro. As you mention, it’s probably like the hot cross buns… sometimes we like a certain taste. LOL – you were like the birds — NO Thank you!

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  3. www.rosesintherainmemoir.wordpress.com says:

    Ahhh…..comfort foods and comfort cooking! I learned all about the latter in the weeks following the 9/11 event, cooking that takes longer to prepare and for slow cooking. I even baked bread, Jewish breads such as the braided challah, and shared loaves with friends. My whole house was filled with rich, healthy kitchen aromas that winter.

    Now, not so much baking or cooking but eating comfort foods consume my time in the kitchen. As I’m down with a very bad head cold, I crave soft French omelets with a little glass of white wine, then a long afternoon nap. I just ordered a creamy lobster bisque from Safeway’s Instacart, along with a dozen cinnamon buns covered in cream cheese. Crazy? Yep.

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    • Joni says:

      Oh my, I’m sorry to hear about your head cold Jo, but your menu sounds divine. Love the description “soft French omelets with a glass of white whine” sounds like Paris. I haven’t had an omelet in ages. Or lobster bisque either. I love Cinnabon cinnamon buns but we don’t have a store around here. I’ve been trying to come up with new and different foods….so thanks for the great ideas. I’ll add them to my next grocery list. I made a meatloaf today, first time in ages, just because it’s winter. Hope you get lots of rest.

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  4. Linda Schaub says:

    My favorite comfort foods mirror all of yours Joni! Butterscotch pudding should always make the list. I was the only one who liked it – my mom found it too sweet, so she made it just for me. I do like rice pudding and tapioca, both which my mom made, mostly in Winter. My mom would make this dish, nothing to it really, for cold Winter nights. I don’t have a recipe, just remember how it looked and smelled (heavenly). She broke up a lot of gingersnaps and made a bed of them and laid peach halves on that gingersnap bed and then put more broken up gingersnaps inside each peach. And then baked them. The gingersnaps didn’t liquify but got thick and gooey instead and she put whipping cream with nutmeg and cinnamon on top while it was hot. Melty goodness on a cold night. I like all your main dishes as well. We’d have cold meatloaf sandwiches on crispy toast the next day. My mom also made something she called lasagna meatloaf where she layered in ricotta cheese or cottage cheese (don’t remember as it’s been awhile), mozzarella cheese and the seasonings and tomato sauce, etc. like you’d use if you were making lasagna … just no noodles. Oh, that was so good. One of my favorites. Grilled cheese and tomato soup … loved that too. My mom made her own tomato rice soup … me, I just buy it with the rice, or used to when I could use the stove. I made it one time and put rice in it and the spoon could stand up by itself in the pot … who knew how much rice to put in? I guessed wrong – oops.

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    • Joni says:

      HA! re the rice – it is tricky to know how much rice to use…..same with making spaghetti – what looks like a small handful turns into way too much. Your mother’s lasagna meatloaf sounds great, and the peach/gingersnap recipe. My grandma always had gingersnaps in her cookie jar – so I still buy them once in awhile to have with tea. The brand of butterscotch pudding we bought has been discontinued (you added milk and heated on the stove), and those instant ones are just not the same….looks like another wintry day out….at least we have missed the big US northeaster storm here.

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      • Linda Schaub says:

        That snow is just incredible isn’t it? I was looking at photos of it earlier. My mom used to use a Sherriff lemon pudding mix in Canada for her lemon pies and squares and she never did like the brands here as she said they had no zing to them. The instant butterscotch pudding (and most instant puddings) seem grainy to me. I bought some of the pudding cups in butterscotch and they do not taste grainy in the least. My mom also liked the individual cups of Kozy Shack rice pudding – I meant to mention that yesterday. I have not had gingersnaps in a while. I have two crowns and worry they are too hard and might break a crown. I guess they could be dunked though. I love the snap of them. I did like the chicken pot pie too – my mom made it with the puffy biscuit-like top just like you do. All the tasty meals I just took for granted – sigh.

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      • Joni says:

        Think of all the cooking you can do when you retire though! I didn’t cook much until I quit work, as I worked a lot of evening shifts and really didn’t have much interest in cooking. Yes, Kozy-Shack that’s it – I was trying to think of what brand I buy for my mom at the grocery store. You can still get Sheriff Lemon Pie mix here I think. I have to do a grocery run next Monday….I’m doing one every 3 weeks to avoid having to go out much and dread it when I go, although our cases have come down again.

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      • Linda Schaub says:

        Yes, I hope to do some cooking as well as all the other things to try and/or enjoy … I’ll probably be overwhelmed by all the new things. I’ll introduce them slowly, probably after I purge some clutter first. The Kozy Shack is good – when I still was buying perishables I bought the individuals. The tapioca is okay, but I like the rice pudding better. When my grandmother was alive, she got some groceries in advance of our visit that we couldn’t buy here and the Sheriff Lemon Pie mix was always one, the Red Rose Mixed Pickles, Essex Cabbage Rolls and Coffee Crisp and Aero chocolate bars. And a trip for me to the Dundas Plaza to No Frills for their fresh cheese buns. I can hold off longer on shopping and haven’t gone for gasoline either and our cases have gone down, but with the variants, it would make me nervous as well. A lot of people order ahead and pick it up where the clerks put the groceries into your trunk of your car … but you are still dealing with them when you get home. Stay safe and maybe go Thursday morning as it sounds pretty brutal, with snow/rain mix and the Arctic Blast we’re getting end of this week.

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      • Joni says:

        I think I’ll go next week, as I have enough eggs/milk/bread etc until then. I’ve thought about ordering groceries online, but then rethought it, as then you have an (unknown) clerk touching everything – better that I’m the one handling stuff as I’m more careful. Still have to have the cashier check things through. And the one grocery store here that prepackages your order for you doesn’t have curbside pickup – you have to go into the store to pick it up. The other one will assemble your order and deliver it – but relies on volunteers for the delivery service. Probably safer for me to do it. The variants are worrying. Tonight on The National news they said some European countries are not recommending the Astra-Zeneca vaccine for anyone older than 60yrs, as the trial data wasn’t there for that age group. That’s the first I’ve heard of that. The Novamax brand sounds promising. We’ve had very little shipment of any brand the past few weeks…..while they retool the Belgium plant and now the EU says that Europe comes first and other countries will only get shipment after their contracts are fulfilled. It’s depressing. So far in our region we’ve only received 500 doses of Moderna, which did 2 nursing homes…..a drop in the bucket for the 5500 patients/residents who are still waiting.

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      • Linda Schaub says:

        I’ve heard of people that go pick up their groceries and use Walmart as their store of choice and swear it is great; but on Meijer’s Facebook site (which I’ve followed for a while as to their sales and store info and they will be administering the vaccine eventually and I signed up there last week), they advertise grocery pickup and customers complain the order has stuff missing, or substitutions. As to delivery, a friend uses it as she is prone to upper respiratory infections and retired early due to COVID for that reason and she tells me they never arrive when they say they will. I guess “Shipt” is the way to go … you pay and have to tip, etc. I’m okay until April (I think) and I do the U-scan all the time and can pack my groceries the way I like, especially if it in in the a.m. before work, so I can get perishables in the fridge first (back when I still bought perishables). I am so worried to go anywhere and thought about dropping off the stuff at Social Security tomorrow since the green card I asked the insurance guy if he could print out and mail finally arrived today. I don’t get my mail until the next morning and put it away a few days, but I had a thought I’d run it over and stand outside the office for when they opened. However, they are not taking any appointments unless deemed an emergency – guess they may not take kindly to me showing off to hand it off … so I’ll mail it. I’m a little annoyed at myself I didn’t mention being Canadian, although I’m more than annoyed I have to go thru all this given the fact that I’ve lived here since 1966 and paid taxes on my wages since 1973. I don’t think it is fair to have to jump through all these hoops … the green card fiasco is bad enough! They are still on the 1B category here for police and fire personnel and teachers. Personally, I think they should have done the police/fire personnel long before this and put the teachers after any 65-year olds and thereabouts. The teachers don’t need to have shots if they’re younger and we are not totally in-seat learning anyway. I don’t even know the percentage of school kids because I don’t know anyone who has kids, so listen more for vaccine info. Not great re: the Astra-Zeneca is it? I heard on the news this morning that the Astra-Zeneca vaccine may slow the transmission of the virus which they touted as a plus. I don’t see a rosy 2021 on the horizon over here and are they doing better at vaccine distribution in bigger cities like Toronto?

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      • Joni says:

        Linda they have halted most of our vaccine shipment for both Moderna and Pfizer for several weeks now and on into Feb. Not sure why, production problems I guess, but it’s coming in at a very slow trickle, so they are still working on the seniors in retirement/nursing homes, esp those with outbreaks, mostly in Toronto area. We only got 500 doses of Moderna here so far, to do approx. 5500 nursing home residents. Trudeau didn’t do his usual press conference today promising 3million doses by end of March, as I think he’s realized it’s not going to happen any time soon. I think the US has done 10% of the population, and we’ve done 2%. You have vaccine production facilities, we do not, and are dependent on the sources from Europe. I’ve heard Walmart’s grocery pickup service is good, but I hate Walmart, and you have to pick a time etc and it’s a drive for me. The two local grocery stores don’t have u-scan. I’ve only seen that at one Dollarama and one bigger grocery store but only for the express lane – not the big loaded cart I have. It’s good you have already been able to sign-up for the vaccine at your pharmacy. Nothing like that here yet. After the nursing home people, it will be health-care workers and people over 80 living at home for the rest of Phase 1. (which is Mom) Phase 2 will then go down by decades, also high risk younger people, teachers, police, paramedics (which I think should have been with health care workers) etc. Phase 3 will be the general population, probably done by pharmacies by then. I’m hoping mom can get vaccinated by the end of March, but it does not look optimistic.

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      • Linda Schaub says:

        Joni – that is a real shame what’s going on with your vaccination-to-date stats and that they can’t get some sort of system in place more quickly. Our tri-county executive heads are so busy whining about who gets what and why not us and Detroit is separate for vaccination purposes and not considered part of Wayne County (where I live). I signed up at Meijer, where I shop as they sent me an e-mail invitation to do so. I have not heard back though. I think CVS will be doing vaccinations too and that will be good because they often have CVS drug stores everywhere. And, by then, you could possible make an appointment (or that’s what they say anyway). I think appointments are going to pick up once J&J distributes their vaccine to the pharmacies rather than just drive-thru clinics or large venues like race car speedway/tracks. There seems to be a lack of organization in general. I saw the other day that Trudeau has denied all cruise ships going to Canada, so no Alaska cruises. People weren’t happy about that in comments I read on a new site, but truly … why would you take a chance traveling on a cruise, even after vaccines are done … we had a family here in Michigan at the onset of the pandemic and they had a very difficult time getting home after the ship had a high percentage of COVID cases. I hope your mom can get it soon … she is lucky you are able to do her shopping for her so to avoid that worry. I sometimes wonder if it is more potential germs handling my own shopping at the Uscan where everyone has touched or having the cashier touching what everyone has touched as to food, plus handling money as well.

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      • Joni says:

        I think Canada’s main problem is they can’t get the vaccine period, or only small amounts. We don’t have any vaccine manufacturing facilities anymore, and apparently none were interested in setting up shop here, according to Trudeau. If you outsource all your supplies, then you just have to wait your turn on the long list like everyone else. I do think our administration teams are ready to go, as they seem to be able to distribute and administer it quickly, if they could just get more of the vaccine! I mean 70,000 doses a week is just ridiculous for a country of 37 million! We need 1.5million just to do the nursing/retirement homes.

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      • Linda Schaub says:

        Well that is terrible – I wonder why no manufacturing facilities were interested in setting up shop there? Was it maybe because the border restriction in any way? I hope they are still gong to concentrate on the elderly first. They say our death stats are going down but we are still at 14,900 in Michigan (and that is good??) I don’t see us hitting “normal” this year no matter how much they wanted it to be normal.

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      • Joni says:

        We used to have a robust drug manufacturing sector, but the government stopped the tax breaks and investing in research and development for brand name companies years ago, so they went elsewhere and so all we have now are a few cheaper generic companies who mostly make pill formats, not injectables. Also we only have 37 million people, so they probably think the market is not worthwhile. We’ve had 20,000 deaths in Canada, 10,000 of which were in Quebec, 6,000 in Ont. and the rest scattered amongst the other provinces. It’s hard to keep up with all the stats.

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      • Linda Schaub says:

        That’s interesting and even more interesting that there are only 20,000 altogether in Canada. I just looked and we have 463,000 deaths from COVID in the U.S. There were 15,900 deaths in Michigan. Yes, the stats keep changing all the time and sometimes in Michigan they will do a records review and find another group of deaths from COVID in one day.

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      • Joni says:

        If you adjust for population, us at 10% of the US, then you should have 200,000 deaths, but the difference is the mask policy here and we are less densely populated so fewer people together. Ont. may reopen retail next week, so I’m hoping to get a hair appointment sometime. Our stats are down to less than 5 cases per day, so it should be okay. I couldn’t walk outside the past two days, so got groceries, one store one day, one the next, to get some walking in inside, and felt reasonably safe doing so.

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      • Linda Schaub says:

        Our Governor gave a press conference Monday and said we are doing better and less cases and deaths for the first time in months, yet there are 45 cases of the UK variant in our state and she is worried about that. I’ve not walked since last Thursday. I thought I’d get to the Park this morning, but it is still slippery, unplowed/unsalted and still cold and tonight we got snow, about an inch so far, so tomorrow is not looking very well either. A week more of this cold and bouts of snow – February is not pleasant at all. Well that is good you can get there for your hair. When I wrote out Jill and Jim’s Christmas card, I said I was holding off and was cutting my own hair (not the layers) – I was surprised I didn’t hear from them. Jim sent me a friend request on Facebook and I noticed he had no posts, but just silent I guess – I figured they might have “unfriended” me. Jill follows my blog and has my e-mail address but I’ve not heard from her either. I’m glad you feel safe going out … I still don’t need anything yet, but will run out of paper towels before anything else.

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      • Joni says:

        They haven’t actually announced what will be open next week yet, but I’m assuming hair salons will be one of them. I’m not in any rush, but need a color sometime in the next month. She will be swamped I’m sure. Is your salon still open? I have a dentist appointment the end of Feb, which I am undecided re cancelling. We have the variants too…probably more than we know, as I don’t believe they are testing every case, we even had our first Brazilian variant from a traveler from Brazil….not sure why they are letting them in even, but now there is a new program where they have to pay to quarantine in a hotel for 3 days upon arrival, as you can’t trust people to self-quarantine, even if they say they have a plan? I couldn’t go that long without grocery store treats LInda…..I like to eat too much. I made meatloaf today again, as mom enjoyed it last time. I did a short walk, about 20 minutes, all I could stand….down the middle of the street again. No end in sight for this cold and a few inches of snow again next week.

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      • Linda Schaub says:

        I think that my salon is open after they were allowed to open last year. I have not been in touch with them online at all. I did hear about the quarantining in a hotel for the three-day period which I thought was a very good idea. Your PM has good ideas … we had a pandemic program in place after Ebola, but Trump dismantled it. The other day on the news, they said there were NO provisions for vaccine procurement by the Trump administration. They said it was in place – it was not. My mom and I actually did the shopping for the pantry staples for years. I did all that in October … every weekend, shop, bring it all home. My mom used to like to shop for her meat so we’d go together so she could pick roasts, etc., but in later years, I just did all the meat shopping. What we did was if it was bad weather, I just got off the bus at the grocery shore, about 6 or 7 blocks from home. That grocery store chain (Farmer Jack) has gone out of business. But, if it was bad weather, I got off the bus, had an extra large tote bag and just got a few perishable items plus bread and any baked treats, but my mom did most of the baking, occasionally we’d get a danish or some donuts. I’d pay for it, cross the street and take the next bus home. All done in an hour tops. That was just if it was bad weather that weekend. If nice weather, I’d do some errands. I like meatloaf. I can’t use the oven as the Windows 10 laptop is still on the stove – yes, I could move it but I have nowhere to plug it in. I use the canned chicken in the crockpot and it works well. I heard we don’t get warmer until next Saturday (34 degrees). Our streets are not plowed or salted … I feel sick about not getting to the Park for my little buddies, not to mention all the miles I am missing right now.

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  5. ruthsoaper says:

    This certainly made me hungry. My husband has mentioned rice pudding a few times but I have yet to make any. I think I will make some this week. He deserves a treat. I do miss having meat loaf but he doesn’t like it and making it just for me seems like a waste. A chicken pot pie on the other hand is something we both enjoy. 🙂

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  6. J P says:

    I’m not the biggest rice pudding fan, but everything else sounds pretty good.

    Our Comfort Kryptonite here is homemade tapioca pudding, consumed while still warm. I am embarrassed to say how much of it just two of us can polish off.

    We got a great recipe for an easy chicken pie, basically a pot pie in a regular pie plate and served by the slice. Everything is canned and it’s quite easy and oh such comfort on a cold day.

    Another midwestern staple is beef and noodles served over mashed potatoes. It works with canned beef and bagged or frozen noodles, but the spuds have to be the real thing. I think I need to do this before the snow melts.

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    • Joni says:

      Thanks for reading JP. That’s a new one to me – kind of like Beef Stroganoff over spuds, but I think you have lots of time as I don’t think the snow will be melting anytime soon. February has been a wicked month weatherwise. I’ve never tried tapioca pudding and am now curious…..

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