One definition of “comfort food”, according to that ubiquitous (don’t you just love using big words sometimes) source of data, Wikipedia, is “food prepared traditionally that may have a nostalgic or sentimental appeal.”
My definition of comfort food, however, is:
- food that tastes great
- and doesn’t leave me (or my pants) feeling too uncomfortable after eating it.
A case in point.
I love ice cream. And in my teenage years, I worked in an ice cream parlor.
It was one of those ice cream shops where there were loads of great flavors and an amazing assortment of toppings (including cut up candy bars).
You can imagine what happened, right? The possibilities for
overeating unbridled gluttony were endless.
Well, due to adrenal fatigue, life threatening food allergies and autism in our household, those ice cream parlor days are over.
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