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Comfort Foods

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foodradionetwork.com HostLight and entertaining in any kitchen, program hosts J and Jen delve deep into the history of Comfort Foods. They cook them, eat them, and talk about their origins. Comfort Foods is mouth watering radio with a dash of humor, and a pinch of quirky charm. But, be careful. It’s possible to gain a few pounds from simply listening to this program.

 

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Comfort Foods – Mom’s Baked Macaroni and Cheese

Jen’s mom used to comfort her children with this special recipe for baked macaroni and cheese. Extra rich and creamy, seasoned bread crumbs and diced tomatoes add a unique zing. J talks about comfort foods in other countries like Miso soup in Japan, and soda bread in Ireland.

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Comfort Foods with J and Jen

Contrary to popular belief, J and Jen are married, but not to each other. Jen has a little radio background, so two “foodies” getting together to develop an internet radio program was a natural. Comfort Foods is a real cooking show where listeners can truly learn how to make J and Jen’s special recipes… just follow along. They’ve also authored a book together which is available in stores and on-line outlets.

 

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