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    Default What's your comfort food?

    I'm feeling a bit sick tonight and all I want is tinned spaghetti with buttered toast. Mum used to make it for me when I was sick as a kid.

    What's your comfort food?
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    My comfort food is anything with chilli in it and especially things like Vietnamese Pho with heaps of chilli, bean sprouts, mint, basil and then whatever meat/seafood I feel like or Tom Yum Goong.

    If I am ever feeling poorly or off, I always have these soups.

    When I was sick as a kid, my Mum would ask what I wanted to eat and I always asked for Wonton soup.
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    Definitely same as @Uniquey.
    Nothing beats a huge bowl of egg noodle soup with prawn dumplings. Omg. So delish, warming and comforting.
    But, then the are the days when I just want a big fat Maccas burger with fries. And chocolate. Oh yes. M&Ms please. M&Ms cure everything.


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    Hot chips. Either home cooked or bought.

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    Lollies. Anything fruity & chewy.

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    Heinz Baked Beans on toast. Yum yum.
    Or egg and chips. Love dipping them in the runny yoke.
    Can you tell I'm English? Lol

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    Oh I also love plain pasta with butter and pepper. Yum.

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    Chocolate makes me happy and Kraft peanut butter on toast. It used to be cottage pie but I was cooking that one night when I came down with severe gastro so not anymore!

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    At the moment...5 minute mug cakes. Pretty much every night. Lol!

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    If I'm feeling unwell then soup.
    If I want comfort because I'm sad or something...chocolate.


 

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