Celebrate National Comfort Food Day

Unless you keep up with the various ambiguous holidays out there, you might not realize that today is in fact National Comfort Food Day and we’re here to celebrate with some of our favorite classic comfort foods that bring us home.

Baked Barbeque Pork

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Comfort food is supposed to provides nostalgic or sentimental value and if you’re from the south, that’s exactly what this baked barbeque pork dish will do. 

Baked Pasta Parmesan

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Take a trip down memory lane with this baked pasta parmesan. After one bite, you’ll be transported back into childhood home where you probably weren’t the one that had to prepare the food. 

Herb Baked Mac and Cheese

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Another guilty feature of comfort food is the fact that they are high in calories and have high carbohydrate levels. While this is true for most mac and cheese recipes, this herb baked mac and cheese provides a nice, healthier twist on classic mac. 

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