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    soup noodles.......I must have at least one bowl a week

    udon
    soba
    ramen
    wonton mein
    lai mein
    taiwanese beef noodle soup
    pho
    bun bo hue
    bo kho
    bun rieu
    khao soi
    laksa
    prawn mee
    kalguksu

    and on and on and on.......

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    katsu curry

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    Mix of hot and sweet Italian sausage browned, then finished/ roasted in a pyrex baking 'pan' with wedges of white potato, some onion, garlic, olive oil, S&P and some hot pepper flakes.

    Bacon.

    BBQ ribs.

    Rib roast (meat at the bone).

    Homemade tomato sauce flavored with meatballs and sausages.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChuckTheButcher View Post
    This is one probably only DC folk will know about but a half smoke with chili and cheese is great comfort food.



    About 10 years ago if you found a good intersection where there were competing vendors, you could get 2 halfsmokes w/ chili and cheese, a bag of chips and a can of soda for $2.75.
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    Grilled cheese (old cheddard and emmenthal) with a coffee. Or a poutine...à la québécoise.
    Conrad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Montrachet View Post
    Grilled cheese (old cheddard and emmenthal) with a coffee. Or a poutine...à la québécoise.
    Now you got me thinking about tourtiere. An ex-girlfriend's mom used to make it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ecchef View Post
    Now you got me thinking about tourtiere. An ex-girlfriend's mom used to make it.
    Here is the recipe of Martin Picard from Au Pied de Cochon in Montreal, I can vouch for it as I have made it several times:

    http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/fo...u-Shack-380649

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    Fried chicken, biscuts, mashed potatoes, chiken soup, mac and cheese, pie

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    easy, huge bowl of pho

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrmnms View Post
    Careful Stephan, that's a lot of potatoes for comfort. After reading your recent thread , I think maybe we should all think about conditioning ourselves the to take comfort in some gorgeous ripe fresh fruit or something. Perfect ripe mangos, pinapple and papaya, some fine vanilla yogurt and some toasted coconut perhaps ? I could use all the help I could get
    Thanks Mom.

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