- Title Pages
- “Stressed” Spelled Backwards Is “Desserts”: Self-Medicating Moods with Foods
- From Whim Whams to Spotted Dick: “Pudding, [England’s] Universal Dish”
- Even Presidents Need Comfort Food: Tradition, Food, and Politics at the Valois Cafeteria
- Going for Doughboys in Little Rhody: Class, Place, and Nostalgia
- Hungry for My Past: Kitchen Comfort with Fried Bread and Eggs
- Viili as a Finnish American Comfort Food: The Long and Short of it
- Comfort Food in Culinary Tourism: Negotiating “Home” as Exotic and Familiar
- “Newfie Steak”: Boloney as Tradition and Play in Newfoundland
- “I Know You Got Soul”: Traditionalizing a Contested Cuisine
- Comfort (and Discomfort) Food: Social Surrogacy and Embodied Memory in Real and Reel Life
- Haunted Tongues and Hollow Comforts: Examples of Culinary Conscience in Indonesian Fiction
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