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Trend Alert: High-End Comfort Food

High-End Comfort Food: Love It or Hate It?

When we spoke to Food Network's Claire Robinson, she admitted her food trend pet peeve is high-end comfort food. "I'm tired of $85 macaroni and cheese," she said. I have to concur, although it appears that, with an onslaught of kobe beef sliders and truffled mac and cheese, high-end comfort food is a flourishing fad. Are you willing to dole out extra dough for it?

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fuzzles fuzzles 5 years
I agree with our chieftain. Home cooking or really great dive food all the way! Actually, I don't think that I could even enjoy an 85 clam plate of mac and cheese. The insanity of it all would be too distracting.
chiefdishwasher chiefdishwasher 5 years
Just give me your plain old pulled pork sliders and I'll be content.
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