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comfort food (countable and uncountable, plural comfort foods)

  1. Simple, home-cooked-style food associated with one's formative years, often a staple of diners and other informal restaurants.
  2. Food consumed to feel comfort or alleviate stress rather than to receive nutrition.
    After the relationship ended, she would make herself sick eating comfort food every night.

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