Just about everything that falls in that category in my list is winter-time fare (with the exception of all-season chocolate, of course) Do you have any summer comfort foods?
...for dinner, providing you knew of no food allergies, dietary restrictions of whatever sort (including veganism, vegetarianism and whatever other 'ism' I've forgotten)?
What formerly available foods do you wish were still available? Off the top of my head, here are 2 of mine: Morton's mini doughnuts (oh, lawsy), and Ideal chocolate peanut bars (this may not be the full/correct name)--how I miss thee!
I'm talking about taking a piece of meat (in this case a pork tenderloin) from the freezer, putting it in a marinade, and letting it thaw while marinating in the fridge. Any reason not to do this?
Am I the only one who likes thin-cut bacon? Thicker bacon just gets tough, instead of crisp (how I like it)
It would be helpful to know, especially since prices, stores, brands, etc. are not necessarily nationally available/consistent
(Lilla--from SW Va.)
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