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Comfort food

  • Article

    A Winter Soup to Warm You Through

    This vibrant soup gets some oomph from rich, homemade chicken stock and piles of greens and peas.

  • Article

    A Bit of Home: Baked Zucchini Fries

    The Comfort of Cooking blogger Georgia makes a traditional vegetable exciting and fun to eat.

  • Article

    What Are Your Favorite Comfort Foods?

    Need a little comfort? The Fine Cooking editors describe their favorite comfort foods in a post that reminds us why we cook in the first place.

  • Article

    Real Irish Comfort Food

    Potatoes, cabbage, and lots of butter: what's not to like?

  • Article

    Tomato Nirvana

    The best tomato soup in the world comes from a can, but it's not a can of Campbell's

  • Article

    Croissant Conundrum

    When life hands you stale croissant, make bread pudding!

  • How-To

    Quick & Delicious: Weeknight Comfort Food

    Comfort food that's quick enough to make after a tiring day at work? You bet. Jennifer Armentrout offers seven delicious recipes you can throw together in 45 minutes or less.

  • How-To

    Braising Is Quick If Your Choose the Right Cut

    Get tender beef, chicken, pork, or fish—and a flavorful sauce—all in one pan with this braising method

  • How-To

    Mashing Potatoes to Perfection

    Fluffy, creamy, or smashed, mashed potatoes are the perfect comfort food when the weather turns chilly. This article brings you tips and techniques for choosing potatoes, mashing, and adding butter,…

  • Recipe

    Classic Rice Pudding

    When using a vanilla bean, I like to leave it in the pudding and then scrape out the seeds after the pudding has cooled. The seeds scrape out more easily…

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