Patch Readers Dish About Their Top 'Comfort Foods'

We asked our East Windsor Patch Facebook readers to daydream about hot food in this miserably cold weather and this is what they said...

Decadent grilled cheese and beer cheese soup from the new Tom + Chee on Route 9 North in Freehold.
Decadent grilled cheese and beer cheese soup from the new Tom + Chee on Route 9 North in Freehold.
On Tuesday we asked East Windsor Patch Facebook readers and others to comment on: "When you think of 'comfort food', what comes to mind? (And tell us where to get it!)"

Here are some of their responses: 

Roast chicken, mashed potatoes, gravy, veggies, Waldorf salad....Marc Pelc
Home mac and cheese from Teddy's in Cranbury -- Brian Edward Mullaney, East Windsor Patch Facebook

Snow days are soup days. I make a great chicken barley soup and indulge -- Manuela Fields Geb WilkenZotter, East Windsor Patch Facebook

ANYTHING ITALIAN -- Deanna Boehm, East Windsor Patch Facebook

Lobster. the ocean. -- Dennis Ryan, East Windsor Patch Facebook

Just what I have in the oven for tonight's dinner. Garlic pork roast, mashed potatoes, gravy, and cauliflower, and mini ice cream sandwiches for dessert. LET IT SNOW! -- Darcy Zarnowski, Manalapan Patch Facebook

Chicken and dumplings..but I make it! -- Patti Lenker Potis, Freehold Patch Facebook

Sausage and mushroom pie in the "old" oven from Fed's, #5 with everything from Sorrento's, corned beef, rye with cole slaw on top from Fred and Murray's-- Steven Weiss, Freehold Patch Facebook

Baked Ziti from my kitchen with my home made sauce with a side salad and garlic bread. YUMMY!! -- Suzanne Ziola Mazzuoccolo, Howell Patch Facebook. 

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