Posted by: twisted sunshine | August 18, 2008

Comfort Food (1)

Comfort food is typically inexpensive, uncomplicated, and easy to prepare. Many people turn to comfort food for familiarity, emotional security, or as a special reward. The reasons a dish becomes a comfort food are diverse but often include pleasant associations of childhood. Small children often seem to latch on to a specific food or drink (in a way similar to a security blanket) and will repeatedly request it in high stress situations. Adults eat comfort food for a sense of continuity.

Comfort foods are typically composed largely of simple or complex carbohydrate, such as sugar, rice, refined wheat, and so on.

The term “comfort food” was added to the Webster’s Dictionary in 1972.


These are my comfort foods:


Choco MudPie and Tiramisu from Selecta’s Booth at Megamall. Choco Mudpie has 3 scoops of ice cream – chocolate, double dutch and vanilla flavors, brownie pieces, marshmallows, whipped cream, caramel syrup, nuts. Tiramisu has 3 scoops of ice cream too – vanilla and coffee crumble flavors, cake pieces, wafer sticks, whipped cream and chocolate syrup.


Bacon and cheeze pizza and mozzarella and garlic pizza from Greenwich.

These were consumed during the Rushers’ Mini EB (Aug. 16, 2008). Good food and good company. I got nothing more to say.



  1. Hiya. Well, this is swell. I love the pictures.And I am on a comfort food roll myself.. . .

  2. thanks 😀 i’ve added you to my links 😀

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