Recipes don’t necessarily have to be loaded with meat to be cozy and comforting. Check out these crave-able vegetarian comfort food dishes to make on the next cold day.
According to the Tao Restaurant Group’s Egghead, melted caramelized cheese, spicy chorizo and golden Jidori…
Find comfort and great artisanal renditions of the classic toast at Toast.
Nothing is better on a cold winter day than a steaming bowl of soup. Specifically, a hearty Greek-style fish stew, because no one does fish stews better than the Greeks, right?
This is one of those meals that will do just the trick when you are craving something rich, creamy, and comforting.
This beautiful red curry bowl is a comforting dish complete with rice than can be made in less than half of an hour. Now that’s a solid autumn recipe.
Blue cheese adds a little twang to classic mac and cheese with crispy bacon, golden-brown brussels, and a touch of paprika for a real flavor explosion in an easy, one-dish meal that’s perfect for any busy summer night.
La Calèche in Chamonix is an alpine haven full of French comfort food. Try their famed fondue with its masterfully layered flavor and satisfying warmth.
Comfort food has long been stuck in the back of minds around the world. Rich in flavor and memories, these dishes can make you cry or help dry the tears.
There’s just something about pot roast and soup that says comfort food on a cool winter evening.
Sometimes when you’re stressed, a comforting meal — either eaten or prepared — is the best way to relax and refocus.
Bhortas are the simplest form of comfort food in Bangladesh. It’s basically anything good mashed together and served with rice.
You know all those Chicken Soup for the Soul books, well there should be a vegetarian version. And here it is.
This dish is hearty and satisfying, and perfect for a night when nothing less than soul-warming will do.
This chunky apple pie has always been one of my favorite desserts. I love how the topping is more like a streusel than a regular pie crust.
This dish references the sweet and cinnamon notes of your typical kugel, but adds leeks and swiss chard for a savory spin that is appropriate at any meal.
This gratin is super comforting, and warms you from the inside out. Just like any good winter food should.
This is a great hearty, casual meal to enjoy with friends or just while you’re wrapping up gifts this season.
An easy and comforting one pot dish to warm you on a chilly winter day.
Who doesn’t reach for a bar of chocolate or a calorific cake when we’re feeling a bit low on a dark, miserable winters evening? Or perhaps a creamy comfort drink?
In an outdoor terrace this little gem of a restaurant sits amid a fountain, tropical foliage and flowers.
Rochelle Ramos serves up some Portuguese comfort food of smokey sausage, spring peas and eggs.
Ricotta Rasmalai is one of Eastern India’s most popular desserts.
A rich Burgundian beef stew inspired by recipes from Julia Child, Clotilde Dusoulier and Robert Carrier. Perfect to warm the cockles of your heart.
Eric Isaac gets inspired by Heston Blumenthal’s recipe for Scotch Eggs, and decides to give it a spin.
An ultra comforting and creamy winter soup from Arianna Frea.
This rendition of a classic tomato bisque is on the lighter side and places roasted tomatoes at the forefront.
A comforting dish of bacalhau smothered in mashed potatoes that is typical of a Brazilian holiday meal.
Serve this lovely hummus warm with whole hard-boiled eggs, fluffy pita and vegetable salad.
This lovely Swedish Christmas dish is essentially a potato gratin, topped with crispy breadcrumbs, soft on the inside and spiced up with small pickled sprats.
One of the most respected French Chefs in NYC, Christian Delouvrier, shares his secret to making a perfect countryside tarte.
National Geographic’s Andrew Evans went to New Orleans to find the secret to making the perfect Jambalaya.
Combining two awesome things isn’t always a recipe for success. But here, it definitely is.
A cake made with pantry basics, flavored with seasonal fruit and your favorite spices.
As days get colder, Laura Bednarski turn to the world of soup for comfort.
Try this out for dinner. Or lunch. Or heck, instead of your bacon and eggs in the morning. You won’t regret it.
Before the arrival of the first frost, Valerie Harrison recreates a twist on a standard BLT.
Can you be an avid gourmand even if you suffer from ulcerative colitis disease?
From elaborate Thanksgiving meals to lovely everyday dishes like fried green tomatoes, Gilda Claudine Karasik loves sitting down at her stepmother’s table.
Even in the heat of summer, Phil Stocker is in need of good, hearty comfort food.
Orange and chocolate is one of those combinations that always seem to just work.
The answer to an Italian bolognese, a Greek meat sauce is different in the sense of flavors.
There are few things that come to mind that bring up the thought “Comfort Foods”, like that of gooey melted cheese.
Laura Davis with a great dessert recipe for any picnic, and as an added bonus – a small history lesson.
Eric Isaac discovers comfort food served the way it was meant to be served in Brooklyn, NYC.
Valerie Harrison goes foraging for one of her favorite spring time comfort foods.
When life hands you left over Risotto, make Arancini Di Riso – Crispy Fried Risotto Balls.
Valerie Harrison with her take on what might just be the comfort food of all comfort foods.
Brady Evans realizes that there is usually a lot more food in the kitchen than you might be lead to believe.
In light of tragic recent world events Asha Pagdiwalla finds herself turning to food for comfort.