This recipe for Graham Cracker Chicken produces tender and juicy – and savory – results. It’s not at all sweet, nor does it taste like graham. It just tastes like incredibly good, well-seasoned chicken. It’s serious, everyday, comfort food cooking.
This Kentucky Bourbon Alfredo uses a cheese sauce who’s main ingredient is Kentucky Bourton Bellavitano (which is a cheddar-Parmesan hybrid). Not comfort-foody enough, pasta lover? The recipe also calls for mushrooms and chicken … it’s gonna put you down.
Tuna Two-Way: From-Scratch Tuna Casserole with egg noodles (of course) and mushrooms in a chicken-broth béchamel, topped with fresh bread crumbs. Homemade comfort food.
Vanilla-Pear Panna Cotta with Pear-Caramel Sauce: cream, Williams pear brandy … a sophisticated comfort food.
Fast Chicken and Slow Potatoes (w/Spinach). It’s your two favorite comfort-food groups – “baked” and “fried” – along with a few others you might like: “braised” and “fricasseed.”
This Cast-Iron Skillet Hasselback Potato Gratin is the extra-strength comfort food you’ve been looking for to get you through these trying times.
This homemade stovetop macaroni and cheese recipe uses a cheese sauce that’s made from powdered milk, cheese, and beer. Two of these items you probably have in your possession. The third, if you simply stocked it, would always be at the ready and would be very handy in a bomb shelter.
This is a review of Lidia Bastianich’s “Italian-American Lasagna.” It’s loaded with meat sauce, mozzerella, and ricotta. It’s a fantastic recipe. It also freezes and reheats beautifully: so have some now and have some months from now. You’ll get a lot of delicious mileage out of this.