Comfort Food

The last half of my spring break was spent job searching– always a stressful task in this economy, especially as a person in the arts. To comfort myself, and to thank my parents for letting me stay at their place, I baked bread and made some macaroni and cheese with cauliflower for a family dinner. I decided to bake a wheat loaf, which uses yeast and was much easier than the sourdough I tried in this entry. For the macaroni and cheese, I used this recipe from the latest issue of Real Simple magazine (don’t judge! it’s guilty pleasure). 

The Process




The (Delicious) Results



Mmm. Comforting.


2 Responses to “Comfort Food”

  1. 1 take5 March 17, 2009 at 12:28 am

    comfort food.. my favorite “type” of food 😛 I’ll choose any day to cuddle up under blankets and nibble on these comfort foods all day!. The macaroni looks delicious!

  2. 2 Cole March 17, 2009 at 3:29 am

    Thank you! I chose a white cheddar for the macaroni instead of an orange cheese, and I think it looks AND tastes a lot yummier 🙂

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