Have you ever noticed when you’re sick or tired, or sick and tired, it is comfort food you most desire? Well, I spent most of last week nursing a head cold, so it’s no wonder my highlights from last week’s collection are comforting. Chicken Fried Steak has got to be in the top 10 of all comfort food, at least for those of us raised in the Midwest. French Onion Soup may be more appealing to those on the coasts, but no less comforting. A hot cup of tea ministers to my soul when a head cold has me down—Orange Almond Tea Cake would make every sip that much better.
Chicken-Fried Steak by The Frugal Farm Wife
Divine French Onion Soup by Holistic Squid
Orange Almond Tea Cake by The Willing Cook
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