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    Comforts of Home

    Many foods are remembered as favorites that were enjoyed regularly around the family table. Oftentimes these foods still give us a feeling of comfort and being cared for. This is a compilation of many such foods from my own youth.
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    This cobbler is rummy and yummy and super easy to prepare. It can be made with or without the raisins and even without the rum, although I wouldn't recommend it. Makes a great everyday dessert or brunch.

    Recipe #436633

    These are copycats of the delicious "Cheddar Bay Biscuits" served at Red Lobster.

    Recipe #9494

    From The Cliff House in Ogunquit, Maine, is this wonderful, glorious clam chowder! It is smooth and velvety, and will warm you to the bone! This recipe is so worth making! Even in the desert, where I live it gets cold, and I made this to warm everyone up and it definately did the trick! This is a definate keeper! I hope you will enjoy! The spice blend can be uses for so many things, I make about a triple recipe, and it keeps well in either a zip bag or a container with a tight-fitting lid. Note: If you get all of your ingredients together before you begin, the cooking part is a snap!

    Recipe #403900

    This chicken pot pie recipe takes a little time, but it is WELL WORTH IT!! This is an all-time favorite in our family. Great on a cold winter day.

    Recipe #10744

    I have had so many requests for this recipe so I thought I'd better share. These cookies bake up fat and chewy with just the right amount of crisp! The quick oats give these cookies their incredible texture. And you would never guess there were oats anywhere in these cookies. I make these every Sunday night- a family tradition.

    Recipe #321715

    Lemon lovers only! This is one moist and very lemony pound cake that stays moist in a cake keeper for a week! Needs no icing whatsoever!

    Recipe #110604

    191 Reviews |  By teen

    This is the BEST chowder I've ever had. I've had chowder at Legal Seafoods in Boston, which I have to say is good, but mine is BETTER! If you like thick chowder, you'll love this one!!

    Recipe #52272

    This pie is homemade AND quick and easy. The filling also makes a good puddding. Cook time is cooling time. Prep time does not include pie crust.

    Recipe #72112

    I have cooked chicken pot pie many times and have finally perfected a recipe which is a success. It has the right consistency and flavor which we enjoy. And now, I'm sharing this easy dish with you!

    Recipe #252735

    These bars are EXTREMELY RICH and not for people with a fear of CHOCOLATE and PEANUT BUTTER (if those people actually exist)!!! Very easy no bake 5 ingredient recipe!

    Recipe #29679

    OK, Your cookie jar will be SO empty when you make these. Even better the day after. Very ADDICTIVE !!!!

    Recipe #63981

    This recipe is a combination of a Southern Living Recipe and my Grandmother's recipe. I used short cuts when they worked and this is a recipe that my whole family loves. Even when older kids leave for college, they beg to take some of this with them! All ages love this and the house smells great! Great comfort food! Line your oven with foil paper; there is a lot of filling. Or you can divide it and make one pot pie for now and one for later!

    Recipe #128566

    On October 2, 2001, I discovered the Recipezaar Web site. I immediately joined so I could post a request for a recipe I had lost. In less than an hour, I had a reply: this recipe. Unfortunately, I never posted it into the database -- until now. My mistake. This cake was the reason I joined, and the friendly response I received was the reason I stayed!

    Recipe #73825

    This is my favorite recipe for potato soup. It's a copycat of the one they use to serve at the St. Louis Bread Company (Panera). The recipe originally called for shredding your potatoes, but I never could get them to cook that way. I know they should cook faster, but I never could get it to work.

    Recipe #150863

    This is so delicious and easy. Throw everything together, go to work, come home, and eat. How easy is that? This recipe doubles easily for a crowd too and doesn't cost a fortune.

    Recipe #167306

    I needed something quick for dinner last night, and so created this on-the-spot -- inspired by a garlic chicken recipe I read in a cookbook, which used whole chicken pieces, skin and bone. Plus I wanted to finish off my bag of panko so I could go buy a new one. I was so pleased with how this turned out that I intend to make it regularly. Panko are japanese bread crumbs and they are highly superior to any other type; please try to source them out for this dish rather than use regular dry bread crumbs. The "international" or "ethnic" aisle in your grocery store should sell panko; if not, complain to the manager!

    Recipe #84247

    36 Reviews |  By VNess

    I usually avoid processed food like the plague, but here, I'll make an exception for easy-melting value and texture. A great warm-you up dinner when you don't feel like waiting forever till soup's on. Found this in Cooking Light several years ago.

    Recipe #155669

    To me Fannie Farmer's recipe is the only "real" Macaroni & Cheese. It's from my 1946 edition of "Fannie Farmer's Boston Cooking School Cookbook". With time on it's side - this recipe is hands down the best for traditional, homemade baked macaroni & cheese - comfort food. Please Note: If you use CHEAP CHEESE you will end up with a BLAND and FLAVORLESS DISH!

    Recipe #135350

    My favorite way to use okra, and besides...it is good. I usually make this in the summer when okra is plentiful, but I have also used frozen okra successfully. NOTE: I should have put this notice here before, but just didn't think! Okra should be chopped by hand. The food processor makes it way to slimey to work with.

    Recipe #17778

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