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Author: Subject: (Dis)Comfort Food

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  posted on 3/5/2007 at 07:53 AM
When I was wee and feeling puny, I was always given a bowl of Campbell's cream of tomato soup with saltine crackers. You had to make it by adding just a little milk at a time in order to avoid nasty red lumps, but it made me feel cared for. I don't get the same thing from it now, but there are other foods I no longer have access to that produce a nearly visceral, emotional response from me. Hostess Ho-Ho's make me think of the times I laughed with my brothers back in the days before the laughter stopped. Red-colored sweet and sour shrimp bring me back to the New Year's days I spent with my beloved when she still was my beloved. German chocolate cake with the coconut pecan icing puts me right back to that greasy spoon where I worked right out of high school.

What flavors and textures tickle that primitive part of your brain and what emotions and memories do you associate with them? Nourish me before I starve.

[Edited on 5/3/2007 by Monolycus]

 

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  posted on 3/5/2007 at 12:26 PM
The combination of barq's rootbeer and pizza tends to bring me back to a time when I was about 15 and had some decent times at Mr. Gatti's pizza with my parents. For some reason typing that made me remember a video of Phil Collins and him singing "In the Air Tonight". So, I checked and that was one of the videos being played on MTV when I was about that age. So, kinda spooky in a way, I guess.

Vanilla soft-serve ice cream cones dipped in chocolate have, at times, made me remember summertime as a kid and playing outside.

 

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  posted on 3/5/2007 at 12:44 PM
A lot of my good memories are associated with my Grandma. She was the only member of my family that I felt ever really cared for me. When I was sick and had to stay home from school, she'd give me the standard soup and 7up... and when I was feeling better, she made pancakes for me. Pancakes really aren't a comfort food for me, though. I think that I made too many of them myself when I was a kid for it to really be a comforting thing.

Recently, when my stepdad passed away, I got a bottle of Jim Beam bourbon, intending to follow his wishes that we drink one for him. I opened that bottle and got a good whiff of the sweet, candy-like smell and was instantly transported back in time to when I was 12 years old and mixed that drink every night. I looked at Rogue and said, "This smells like childhood. That is really sad." He said, "That your childhood smells like bourbon?" I said, "Yeah." I could hardly drink the stuff.

It's not just that I was already thinking of it. The smell of whiskey or bourbon always does that to me.


I was in my old hometown a while back and noticed that the Sunshine Cafe where I worked when I was 15 had re-opened. I had to go in and get a blackberry cobbler ala mode. I used to always get that there. I took my sister there once, for a cobbler and comfort and planning strategy when we found out she was pregnant.

 

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  posted on 4/5/2007 at 04:19 AM
French toast covered in syrup makes me think of things both good and bad, and things I will not go into detail here because they are too private.

Honey makes me think of a very specific person, and licking the sweet sticky stuff off that person.

The hardest thing to eat in Korea though is biscuits. They always taste like home. I don't know where home is anymore, so it is both comforting and extremely unsettling all at the same time.

 

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  posted on 6/5/2007 at 01:52 AM
Turkish coffee makes me feel peaceful and safe. During the past (rather hectic) winter, I started waking up at 5.30 to have a period of calm before having to get ready for school. I'd make myself a cup of coffee, put on some music and read some forums and blogs. I had about an hour before the sun would rise and the rest of my family would wake up and it was the best hour of the day. The peaceful dark surrounding me, the bitter, refreshing taste of coffee, the music becoming clearer as the caffeine worked its magic on my brain and, most of all, the solitude all worked together to create a place in the day where I could be entirely relaxed and completely at peace.
 

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  posted on 6/5/2007 at 05:41 PM
I have some newly developed comfort foods that make me think of people I can't be with now but wish I could - there's two varieties of pizza that I order just to wallow in loneliness... KFC popcorn chicken with ranch dressing is another one... Sweet Tart jelly beans, fine dark chocolate, a certain type of alcohol that comes in a dark green bottle (oh my aching head), filet mignon with wild mushroom sauce... and a kind of chili that I just can't get now...

Some other foods from further back... my mom's fish chowder, that she used to make from the fish that Gramps caught (my dad's step grandfather)... a certain kind of cheap puff-pastry thing that my dad used to get to bring to work in his lunches - I used to get in all kinds of trouble for stealing them - I loved them, but they were severely off limits... my mom got a food dryer, and experimented with various things - she made dried green beans - they looked like green twist ties, and they were chewy, but surprisingly good... I don't suppose you could get them anywhere. Maybe I should get myself a dryer sometime and see if I can make them myself. Toasted Brie scooped up with slices of French bread makes me think of my first roommate - who has since moved to Colorado. We never could coordinate our crushes on each other - I regret that... Buffalo wings and blue cheese dressing makes me think of last summer with my race team - we would go to Applebees after races, and they would always order that for an appetizer. Spllit pea soup and biscuits makes me think of my Bible School days. That was the traditional Thursday dinner there - don't ask me why - it's a long and screwed up story.

And when I play Final Fantasy VII, I feel the urge to eat red Jolly Ranchers. Just forever linked in my mind.

 

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  posted on 7/5/2007 at 12:40 AM
OMFG, toasted Brie and French Bread is one of my serious comfort or decadence foods. Also, a filet mignon with mushroom sauce that is the meat equivalent of a hot fudge sundae, and cream of mushroom soup eaten straight from the can that reminds me of the woods as a child when things were simple and Jimmy was alive. (not that these two facts are related) 7-up was the sick drink, the only thing I could keep down when I was young and had bronchitis, and still my fave for hangovers or illness or whatever. Besides that, yeah, there's this pizza place in Rindge that brings back some memories and I'd order from them if it wasn't so much of a drive.

 

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  posted on 23/5/2007 at 05:20 PM
A bowl of cheerios with lime yogurt on the side. It has to be that really obnoxios bright green color, too, or it doesn't count. I used to eat it for dinner all the time when I was a kid and one parent was going out the door to work while another was coming in.

 

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  posted on 26/5/2007 at 09:24 PM
One of my comfort foods really is a discomort food for me. It's a gigantic bowl of tuna mac and cheese. I'll cook up a bunch of elbow noodles, stick them in a large Pyrex bowl and put butter, Tillamook cheese (the only one I can eat and not get sick immediately), and soy milk. I mix that all together so it's nice and melty (if the heat from the noodles doesn't melt it all I pop it in the microwave or back in the pan on the stove. Then I mix in a drained can of tuna. Wala! I sit with it in my lap and watch TV shows I like and hold onto the bowl like it is my last meal. Mine. It's a good thing nobody else really likes it.

My other one is the Campbells Tomato soup. My mom used to make that for me and my sister a lot. I tried making it with water instead of milk (soy milk these days) and it was awful. The milk is much better. The water version tasted burnt. I eat it with bread. I dunk pieces of bread in the soup and eat them or I let them float around a bit and soak up lots of soup then eat them. Nummy.

 

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  posted on 26/5/2007 at 09:28 PM
Oh, also...

My dad's beef jerky (he mails me some these days), his chicken and dumplings with the floating bisquick kind of dumplings that were so huge you could take them out and eat them on a plate with pepper, and his corn meal mush. Yum.

I also love hot boiled peanuts. I can't seem to find them here. My parents are mailing me some canned kind. It's just not the same as the convenience store ones from down the road from my parents' home or the ones from road side produce stands. We used to eat them in the car and throw the shells out the window. I loved it.

 

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  posted on 28/5/2007 at 11:50 AM
Chilled peach soup and ice water with a twist of lemon in it makes me think of cemeteries and antique shops.

 

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  posted on 28/5/2007 at 07:00 PM
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Chilled peach soup and ice water with a twist of lemon in it makes me think of cemeteries and antique shops.


Wow that sounds very yummy. Nice and refreshing on a hot summer day.

I had a delicious apple vichyssoise once that was to die for. I've never had it anywhere else, and I probably never will. I had it on Mother's day with my mom at her favorite tea room. They were doing a mother's day brunch.

[Edited on 5/29/2007 by MystryssRavynDarque]

 

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  posted on 31/5/2007 at 07:19 PM
A glass of ice (add some cranberry juice, but the idea is ice) and stone wheat crackers.

It reminds me of being alone in the dark basement watching sitcoms - seinfeld, cheers, mash, jay leno, SNL.

Some of the most peaceful times of my life were spent alone in the dark munching on ice.

Oh, and Slushies at 2am - when the best plan we had was to move to a star.
And later when we were pirates of the street and sailed our boots wild and free.
Walking home in a pale dawn, back into the daylife. Secrets safe behind the cover of dark.

[Edited on 6/1/2007 by gothicmorman]

 

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  posted on 6/6/2007 at 06:04 PM
Okay, Thai food is one thing I forgot. It's my happy food, since I usually get it as a reward for a rough day at work and it involves leaving work instead of eating lunch with a bag of assholes in polo shirts. Specifically, a dish served in Thailand in bars and as a hangover cure/prevention called "drunken noodles", or Phad Khee Mao, tofu of course. Always with a glass of Thai iced tea, it hits the spot. The people at Lemon Grass know my name and will usually not even bring me a menu, just ask me if I want spring rolls or not that day and bring me what they know I want (aside from that one waitress with an ass that would make a fine hat). Mmm, noooodles.

 

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  posted on 11/6/2007 at 07:27 AM
Hehe...is that a hint Rogue?

I think we are about due for a corporate decompression lunch date.

 

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  posted on 11/6/2007 at 01:58 PM
Sure enough, I'm pretty compressed these days. I can never remember the name of that tasty hippie veggie stuff you ordered either. Dang you, temptress, now I'm seriously jonesing for Lemon Grass!

 

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  posted on 3/7/2007 at 10:06 PM
Cream of Christian babies, or toasted Jew on a stick are excellent summer foods, although with the global warming that has happened in the last two hundred years, perhaps a nice runny peanut brittle would be in order? (Dean Martin/Tom Hanks Christmas special, anyone? Saturday Night Live?)
 

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  posted on 3/7/2007 at 10:10 PM
You're losing your touch, Comte. That was more stupid than witty. I'm afraid you've just shown your age, dear. 14.8.

 

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  posted on 3/7/2007 at 10:23 PM
My dear, dear Meranda, I apologize, but I also fear that the recent wasted years of your life have dulled your wit and sensibility in a terrible way. Please, for the sake of yourself and all who care, wake up to yourself and breathe the air once again.
 

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  posted on 4/7/2007 at 04:50 AM
Comte, as far as comfort foods go, I find great comfort in consuming the cocks of the undead. Cool thing is, it's true, and not an attempt to sound spoooooky. So, how much Cream of Christian Baby or Toasted Jew on a Stick have you actually dined on? Somehow, I fear, if you were actually confronted with these dishes, you would not be quite so casual about them.

*sigh* Why can't people come up with anything real to talk about? Is there really so little of note going on in your life, Comte, that you have to resort to cheap fabrication and pretending to show concern for someone who would rather be left alone? I dare you for once to actually say something you mean, and in words you would actually use, say, in the workplace, and not what you think seems appropriate for a "goth" site. I can't say enough how bland and uninspiring I find cheap goth-talk created for effect.

*yawns and goes in search of some cold peach soup or something else worth eating*

 

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