Japanese food, called washoku, is recognized as one of the healthiest cuisines around. So what is considered comfort food for the Japanese? We'll introduce you to 10 distinctive Japanese comfort foods that will warm your tummy this winter!
My Nana was an amazing baker and was always up for involving me in her kitchen. She'd perch me atop a bar stool and side by side, I'd take in her tal...
The marriage between Italian eateries and comfort food is a blessed one and will continue to be for better or for worse. When it comes to the following three L.A.-based spots, it is definitely for the better.
To me, nothing beats highs in the 60s/70s, lows in the 40s/50s and low relative humidity. In the daytime, the sun feels warm, like a friend, not like its evil twin in the dog days of August. Since I was a kid, jeans and a sweatshirt were my favorite things to wear.
photo by Lauren Volo by guest blogger Candice Kumai for EatClean.com Not excited about fall yet? This is the mouthwaterin...
Chicken pot pie is considered one of the ultimate comfort foods! It's a savory pie filled with a luxurious chicken stew. And, it's usually very fattening, but not this skinny one. You can enjoy every bite, guilt-free!
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Just what you never knew you've always wanted.
May the interview above and the six reminders below help you face all your Mondays with renewed purpose, energy and excitement.
Here are four questions to ask yourself when you need to spot the difference between an emotional tug for comfort and a genuine need for nourishment. The good news is that with some practice, you can become an expert at decoding the meaning behind your cravings.
There's something deeply satisfying about Southern cooking. From red velvet cupcakes to buttermilk biscuits, these classic recipes won't disappoint!
I have massive respect for chefs who understand the simplicity of food.
Winter drags its massive lumbering heels on its way to meet Spring. Its hair has grown long, its thick woolly layers are tattered and dirty. Spring should be close, should be here, but it's impossible to see.
Your move, Cinnabon.
Let's take a little culinary journey, shall we?