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Friendly Friday: Comfort Food

This is my contribution to the Friendly Friday Photo Challenge: Comfort Food.

When thinking about the prompt the closest I could get to a comfort food for myself was British style Fish and Chips. I should explain that British style Fish and Chips bear little resemblance to what is sold as fish and chips in Canada.

So I decided to go with some colourful snacks. They are probably comfort food for some people but I photographed them for the colour.

 

Friendly Friday Photo Challenge: Comfort Food

Colourful Gummy Bears in a bowl.

 

Friendly Friday Photo Challenge: Comfort Food

Colourful sprinkles on a glazed donut.

 

8 replies on “Friendly Friday: Comfort Food”

It’s hard to explain because it’s as much about flavour as cooking style. In Britain the chips are cut thicker and you get one large piece of fish with thicker batter.

In Toronto I go to High Street for ‘authentic’ British style fish & chips. Their chunky pieces of fresh fish, crisp batter and thick chips is delicious. I don’t know if it’s really authentic but it’s so good I think it must be. If you’re ever in Toronto maybe you can give them at try & let me know 🙂
https://www.highstreetfishandchips.ca/

I’ll make a note of them but I’ve tried a few places that claimed ‘authentic’ British style Fish and Chips. None were truly authentic but I like most fish so it wasn’t really a hardship. 🤐

Thanks Amy. I’ve probably done more table top photography in the past few months than I did in the past decade. So I’ve been photographing anything that caught my eye for colour or for being interesting.

It was about the colour as much as anything. In North America I suspect that the glazed donut is a more common comfort food than the gummy bears.

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