Wednesday’s post on the comfort foods of the Republic of Georgia caused a collective hunger pang in the Twitterverse — with many of you tweeting your own favorite comfort foods from around the globe. We shared some of our favorite tweets here below. Join the conversation by following the @NatGeoTraveler and @NatGeoSociety Twitter accounts, and get all of the blog updates by following @IntelligentTrav. Happy eating!
@Naraws tweeted: Comfort food in Indonesia is “Pisang Goreng” (fried banana) and a mug of “Kopi Tubruk” (thick coarse ground coffee).
@MandaKasabian tweeted: Comfort food in Singapore = char kway teow (a brilliant unique dish of stir fried rice cake strips), roti prata, laksa.
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@Sami_parisis tweeted: The favorite comfort food in Greece is Souvlaki! It’s chicken/lamb/pork in pita bread with salad and sauce: Greece in a wrap!
@taNYa085 wrote: A comfort food in Monterrey, Mexico is machacado (dried meat) with eggs, tomato, onion, hot sauce, and tortillas.
@bryan1893 wrote: In Scotland, stovies are ideal comfort food, potato, onion and leftover meat.
boiled egg and soldiers
@AuPairCareUK tweeted: Fave comfort food is boiled egg and soldiers. Great fun for the little ones too!
@mariansuwono tweeted: In in Southeast Asia it’s chicken porridge, if ‘comfort food’ refers to food you eat when you’re sick, cold, or heartbroken.
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@JSchlechte tweeted: In Canada poutine is the comfort food of choice. Fries, gravy, and some old cheese!
@laceyelam tweeted: In Cincinnati comfort food comes in the form of a chili 3-way. Delicious!