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The worst part about cooking for yourself is portion control. It’s not that I’m incapable of cutting a recipe in half, it’s that I have no clue what I’m going to do with the remainder of the rapidly decaying cutlets pathetically lounging in their styrofoam tray, and that’s how you end up with 43 panko-parmesan… READ MORE »


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Autumn is in full swing, and that means the perfect excuse to eat rich, hearty crock pot soups for every meal. There’s nothing better than walking through the door in the evening to the smell of a delicious dinner that’s been slowly cooking for you while you toiled away at work. Even though you just… READ MORE »


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Every once in a while, we all just want to curl up with a big vat of mac and cheese or bowl of fried chicken and be left alone to binge. Especially as the colder months roll in, best friends and Friday nights become more likely to be replaced by a comfort food feast, and… READ MORE »


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We’ve already discussed the merits of chili as a brag-worthy comfort food. I love pretty much all incarnations of chili, as do most well-adjusted people, but some folks out there (ahem, Ami) still insist they don’t like chili. As a chili affirmation therapy exercise, I asked Ami to pick out some nontraditional chili recipes that appealed to… READ MORE »


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Funny story: I was planning to do a roundup of all different kinds of comfort foods, but then I asked my Twitter followers for their favorite comfort foods, and pretty much everyone said “MAC AND CHEESE,” and I was like, damn, I guess I need to do a whole post dedicated to cheesy pasta deliciousness. READ MORE »