Friday, January 18, 2008

tidings of comfort and joy

Do you have a favorite "comfort food" that you enjoy on really cold, snowy nights? Or if you're in a warmer clime, on cold, rainy nights?

For me, it's pizza. I don't know why, but when I'm driving home on wintry nights, I crave cheese pizza sumptin' awful;)

What about you?

13 comments:

CHEWY said...

Now I got a hankerin' for a pie. I'll pick on up... er... on second thought, have one delivered tonight.

Cerberus - The Hound From Hell said...

I braved the rain and frigid weather today to get an old fashioned non-fast food joint cheeseburger for lunch today. Tonight it's some quick and easy pasta dish and then relax by the fire with a good book and hot chocolate. Let the rain fall and the wind blow because I'm going to be warm, comfortable and full!

*Goddess* said...

Hershey's French Vanilla hot chocolate rules!

A lot of people mention pasta dishes--like mac and cheese as their favorite comfort food. Must be the carbs.

BBC said...

"What is a "quick claim deed"?"

It's a document where if a property is in two names (or considered common and shared property as in a marriage) you can have an attorney draw up a quick claim deed giving your share to the other party so that they are the only owner.

I don't have a will, yet. So if I learned that I would be dying in a few months I could have a quick claim deed made up to give my property to anyone that I want to have it.

Quick claim deeds are generally cheap to have drawn up and save a lot of hassles if you are moving on and don't care about money and such things as that.

If I learned that I would be dying soon I would quick claim my place to Rick, he would get stuck with the cost of my cremation but only a few thousand bucks is nothing compared to what he would be getting in return.

Not that my place is very much, but it is free and clear so he would make out just fine on it.

My food tastes vary, I eat to live, not live to eat and I often only eat once a day.

Now send me some damn home made peanut butter cookies. :-)

BBC said...

I should add that property issues can be complex and that you should consult a bottom feeding attorney.

What are 300 Christian attorneys on the bottom of the ocean?

A start !!! It's best if you can work things out but that isn't always possible.

Lin said...

Oh man ... sign me up for the pizza, too! Pepperoni, green pepper and mushroom. Unless it's Pizza Hut - then I'm all for the Pepperoni Lovers. Maybe it's a good thing that the nearest pizza joint is two hours away.

*Goddess* said...

Unfortunately, Billy. we HAVE consulted an attorney. A whole lot of $ for nothing.

*Goddess* said...

Lin, TWO HOURS?! Oh gawd, I'd make sure I had a great recipe ...and lots of mozzarella on hand. And that bugs me because I remember you saying you only go shopping once or twice a month. I keep wondering how you handle the cravings!

Anonymous said...

Why, I crave my chicken parm, of course! That and a nice, hot cup of hot coco made on the stove top using Grandma B's method!

Stacey

Lin said...

Oh, babe, those cravings issues haven't been easy at all, especially after visiting Mushy and FHB with their foodie posts. I have to consider it a challenge, kind of like not wincing when you pull out nose hairs. It's not been pretty but I am rising to the challenge, sort of, in between a lot of wimpering and whining. But I bet I have 7 pounds of Mozzarella stock-piled in the fridge! I have my Spartan denial limits, you see.

*Goddess* said...

Oooh, those food posts. If I see one more bloomin' onion on their pages, I'm gonna boot bloomin' behinds!

H2o said...

Give me a big plate of Mexican food. With a little bit of everything.

~Fathairybastard~ said...

Mom's chilly, or her chicken, or just about anything else she cooks.