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9 Wine and Comfort Food Pairings

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Mac and cheese is the ultimate comfort food — but what wine goes with it?

Kristen Hom

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For wine lovers, matching wine with food can be a fun activity. Even if you don’t know everything there is to know about wine, though, pairing it with food isn’t as hard as you think.

9 Wine and Comfort Food Pairings (Slideshow)

Imagine, though, trying to find just the right wine to pair with comfort food. Sounds daunting, doesn’t it? The challenge is in defining what makes a dish “comfort food,” which can be as carb-loaded as a bowl of ooey-gooey mac and cheese or buttered popcorn. It could provide a sugar rush like a pint of mint chocolate chip ice cream, or satisfy a meat craving like a greasy cheeseburger.

Whatever category you crave, we have lined up nine different comfort foods and found just the right wine to serve with each.

Summer Whitford is the D.C. Editor and a food, drink and travel writer at The Daily Meal. In addition to lifestyle topics, Summer also writes about culture and the arts at Woman Around Town. You can follow her on Twitter @FoodandWineDiva and on Instagram at thefoodandwinediva.


Good to the Last Sop: Cozy Dinners That Deliver Endless Comfort

Roti Dal has always been my home base. It&aposs comfort food in its simplest, no-frills, most pragmatic form, and through many sorry purchases, I&aposve found that no store-bought or frozen iteration can do it justice.

The popping oil of tempering spices, the kitchen exhaust on roaring high, and the shriek of the pressure cooker signaling that it&aposs time to set the table are essential parts of the experience. Adding to its appeal is that dal is endlessly customizable. Some cook the lentils down to a creamy consistency, while others let them retain a toothsome bite. Everything from the spices used to temper to the thickness—varying from slurpable soup to stick-to-your-bones stew�n be tailored to the moment. It&aposs a warming, nourishing, grounding meal, and its rejuvenating qualities multiply when eaten with family and loved ones.

Our ritual: My mom whips up roti, her bare hands deftly touching the smoking-hot cast iron tawa with dexterity and speed I can&apost dream of approximating. My brother and I wait at the table for her to pass the puffed roti, steam escaping from the edges, from tawa to our plates, and we obsess over "the ratio." Too much dal left over in our bowl compels us to ask for another roti. If there&aposs a bite of roti left, we have to serve ourselves another helping of dal. So we go back and forth, lingering at the table until we&aposre stuffed and our fingers are stained yellow from turmeric, in hopes of the elusive, perfect final bite. 𠅊ntara Sinha


Good to the Last Sop: Cozy Dinners That Deliver Endless Comfort

Roti Dal has always been my home base. It&aposs comfort food in its simplest, no-frills, most pragmatic form, and through many sorry purchases, I&aposve found that no store-bought or frozen iteration can do it justice.

The popping oil of tempering spices, the kitchen exhaust on roaring high, and the shriek of the pressure cooker signaling that it&aposs time to set the table are essential parts of the experience. Adding to its appeal is that dal is endlessly customizable. Some cook the lentils down to a creamy consistency, while others let them retain a toothsome bite. Everything from the spices used to temper to the thickness—varying from slurpable soup to stick-to-your-bones stew�n be tailored to the moment. It&aposs a warming, nourishing, grounding meal, and its rejuvenating qualities multiply when eaten with family and loved ones.

Our ritual: My mom whips up roti, her bare hands deftly touching the smoking-hot cast iron tawa with dexterity and speed I can&apost dream of approximating. My brother and I wait at the table for her to pass the puffed roti, steam escaping from the edges, from tawa to our plates, and we obsess over "the ratio." Too much dal left over in our bowl compels us to ask for another roti. If there&aposs a bite of roti left, we have to serve ourselves another helping of dal. So we go back and forth, lingering at the table until we&aposre stuffed and our fingers are stained yellow from turmeric, in hopes of the elusive, perfect final bite. 𠅊ntara Sinha


Good to the Last Sop: Cozy Dinners That Deliver Endless Comfort

Roti Dal has always been my home base. It&aposs comfort food in its simplest, no-frills, most pragmatic form, and through many sorry purchases, I&aposve found that no store-bought or frozen iteration can do it justice.

The popping oil of tempering spices, the kitchen exhaust on roaring high, and the shriek of the pressure cooker signaling that it&aposs time to set the table are essential parts of the experience. Adding to its appeal is that dal is endlessly customizable. Some cook the lentils down to a creamy consistency, while others let them retain a toothsome bite. Everything from the spices used to temper to the thickness—varying from slurpable soup to stick-to-your-bones stew�n be tailored to the moment. It&aposs a warming, nourishing, grounding meal, and its rejuvenating qualities multiply when eaten with family and loved ones.

Our ritual: My mom whips up roti, her bare hands deftly touching the smoking-hot cast iron tawa with dexterity and speed I can&apost dream of approximating. My brother and I wait at the table for her to pass the puffed roti, steam escaping from the edges, from tawa to our plates, and we obsess over "the ratio." Too much dal left over in our bowl compels us to ask for another roti. If there&aposs a bite of roti left, we have to serve ourselves another helping of dal. So we go back and forth, lingering at the table until we&aposre stuffed and our fingers are stained yellow from turmeric, in hopes of the elusive, perfect final bite. 𠅊ntara Sinha


Good to the Last Sop: Cozy Dinners That Deliver Endless Comfort

Roti Dal has always been my home base. It&aposs comfort food in its simplest, no-frills, most pragmatic form, and through many sorry purchases, I&aposve found that no store-bought or frozen iteration can do it justice.

The popping oil of tempering spices, the kitchen exhaust on roaring high, and the shriek of the pressure cooker signaling that it&aposs time to set the table are essential parts of the experience. Adding to its appeal is that dal is endlessly customizable. Some cook the lentils down to a creamy consistency, while others let them retain a toothsome bite. Everything from the spices used to temper to the thickness—varying from slurpable soup to stick-to-your-bones stew�n be tailored to the moment. It&aposs a warming, nourishing, grounding meal, and its rejuvenating qualities multiply when eaten with family and loved ones.

Our ritual: My mom whips up roti, her bare hands deftly touching the smoking-hot cast iron tawa with dexterity and speed I can&apost dream of approximating. My brother and I wait at the table for her to pass the puffed roti, steam escaping from the edges, from tawa to our plates, and we obsess over "the ratio." Too much dal left over in our bowl compels us to ask for another roti. If there&aposs a bite of roti left, we have to serve ourselves another helping of dal. So we go back and forth, lingering at the table until we&aposre stuffed and our fingers are stained yellow from turmeric, in hopes of the elusive, perfect final bite. 𠅊ntara Sinha


Good to the Last Sop: Cozy Dinners That Deliver Endless Comfort

Roti Dal has always been my home base. It&aposs comfort food in its simplest, no-frills, most pragmatic form, and through many sorry purchases, I&aposve found that no store-bought or frozen iteration can do it justice.

The popping oil of tempering spices, the kitchen exhaust on roaring high, and the shriek of the pressure cooker signaling that it&aposs time to set the table are essential parts of the experience. Adding to its appeal is that dal is endlessly customizable. Some cook the lentils down to a creamy consistency, while others let them retain a toothsome bite. Everything from the spices used to temper to the thickness—varying from slurpable soup to stick-to-your-bones stew�n be tailored to the moment. It&aposs a warming, nourishing, grounding meal, and its rejuvenating qualities multiply when eaten with family and loved ones.

Our ritual: My mom whips up roti, her bare hands deftly touching the smoking-hot cast iron tawa with dexterity and speed I can&apost dream of approximating. My brother and I wait at the table for her to pass the puffed roti, steam escaping from the edges, from tawa to our plates, and we obsess over "the ratio." Too much dal left over in our bowl compels us to ask for another roti. If there&aposs a bite of roti left, we have to serve ourselves another helping of dal. So we go back and forth, lingering at the table until we&aposre stuffed and our fingers are stained yellow from turmeric, in hopes of the elusive, perfect final bite. 𠅊ntara Sinha


Good to the Last Sop: Cozy Dinners That Deliver Endless Comfort

Roti Dal has always been my home base. It&aposs comfort food in its simplest, no-frills, most pragmatic form, and through many sorry purchases, I&aposve found that no store-bought or frozen iteration can do it justice.

The popping oil of tempering spices, the kitchen exhaust on roaring high, and the shriek of the pressure cooker signaling that it&aposs time to set the table are essential parts of the experience. Adding to its appeal is that dal is endlessly customizable. Some cook the lentils down to a creamy consistency, while others let them retain a toothsome bite. Everything from the spices used to temper to the thickness—varying from slurpable soup to stick-to-your-bones stew�n be tailored to the moment. It&aposs a warming, nourishing, grounding meal, and its rejuvenating qualities multiply when eaten with family and loved ones.

Our ritual: My mom whips up roti, her bare hands deftly touching the smoking-hot cast iron tawa with dexterity and speed I can&apost dream of approximating. My brother and I wait at the table for her to pass the puffed roti, steam escaping from the edges, from tawa to our plates, and we obsess over "the ratio." Too much dal left over in our bowl compels us to ask for another roti. If there&aposs a bite of roti left, we have to serve ourselves another helping of dal. So we go back and forth, lingering at the table until we&aposre stuffed and our fingers are stained yellow from turmeric, in hopes of the elusive, perfect final bite. 𠅊ntara Sinha


Good to the Last Sop: Cozy Dinners That Deliver Endless Comfort

Roti Dal has always been my home base. It&aposs comfort food in its simplest, no-frills, most pragmatic form, and through many sorry purchases, I&aposve found that no store-bought or frozen iteration can do it justice.

The popping oil of tempering spices, the kitchen exhaust on roaring high, and the shriek of the pressure cooker signaling that it&aposs time to set the table are essential parts of the experience. Adding to its appeal is that dal is endlessly customizable. Some cook the lentils down to a creamy consistency, while others let them retain a toothsome bite. Everything from the spices used to temper to the thickness—varying from slurpable soup to stick-to-your-bones stew�n be tailored to the moment. It&aposs a warming, nourishing, grounding meal, and its rejuvenating qualities multiply when eaten with family and loved ones.

Our ritual: My mom whips up roti, her bare hands deftly touching the smoking-hot cast iron tawa with dexterity and speed I can&apost dream of approximating. My brother and I wait at the table for her to pass the puffed roti, steam escaping from the edges, from tawa to our plates, and we obsess over "the ratio." Too much dal left over in our bowl compels us to ask for another roti. If there&aposs a bite of roti left, we have to serve ourselves another helping of dal. So we go back and forth, lingering at the table until we&aposre stuffed and our fingers are stained yellow from turmeric, in hopes of the elusive, perfect final bite. 𠅊ntara Sinha


Good to the Last Sop: Cozy Dinners That Deliver Endless Comfort

Roti Dal has always been my home base. It&aposs comfort food in its simplest, no-frills, most pragmatic form, and through many sorry purchases, I&aposve found that no store-bought or frozen iteration can do it justice.

The popping oil of tempering spices, the kitchen exhaust on roaring high, and the shriek of the pressure cooker signaling that it&aposs time to set the table are essential parts of the experience. Adding to its appeal is that dal is endlessly customizable. Some cook the lentils down to a creamy consistency, while others let them retain a toothsome bite. Everything from the spices used to temper to the thickness—varying from slurpable soup to stick-to-your-bones stew�n be tailored to the moment. It&aposs a warming, nourishing, grounding meal, and its rejuvenating qualities multiply when eaten with family and loved ones.

Our ritual: My mom whips up roti, her bare hands deftly touching the smoking-hot cast iron tawa with dexterity and speed I can&apost dream of approximating. My brother and I wait at the table for her to pass the puffed roti, steam escaping from the edges, from tawa to our plates, and we obsess over "the ratio." Too much dal left over in our bowl compels us to ask for another roti. If there&aposs a bite of roti left, we have to serve ourselves another helping of dal. So we go back and forth, lingering at the table until we&aposre stuffed and our fingers are stained yellow from turmeric, in hopes of the elusive, perfect final bite. 𠅊ntara Sinha


Good to the Last Sop: Cozy Dinners That Deliver Endless Comfort

Roti Dal has always been my home base. It&aposs comfort food in its simplest, no-frills, most pragmatic form, and through many sorry purchases, I&aposve found that no store-bought or frozen iteration can do it justice.

The popping oil of tempering spices, the kitchen exhaust on roaring high, and the shriek of the pressure cooker signaling that it&aposs time to set the table are essential parts of the experience. Adding to its appeal is that dal is endlessly customizable. Some cook the lentils down to a creamy consistency, while others let them retain a toothsome bite. Everything from the spices used to temper to the thickness—varying from slurpable soup to stick-to-your-bones stew�n be tailored to the moment. It&aposs a warming, nourishing, grounding meal, and its rejuvenating qualities multiply when eaten with family and loved ones.

Our ritual: My mom whips up roti, her bare hands deftly touching the smoking-hot cast iron tawa with dexterity and speed I can&apost dream of approximating. My brother and I wait at the table for her to pass the puffed roti, steam escaping from the edges, from tawa to our plates, and we obsess over "the ratio." Too much dal left over in our bowl compels us to ask for another roti. If there&aposs a bite of roti left, we have to serve ourselves another helping of dal. So we go back and forth, lingering at the table until we&aposre stuffed and our fingers are stained yellow from turmeric, in hopes of the elusive, perfect final bite. 𠅊ntara Sinha


Good to the Last Sop: Cozy Dinners That Deliver Endless Comfort

Roti Dal has always been my home base. It&aposs comfort food in its simplest, no-frills, most pragmatic form, and through many sorry purchases, I&aposve found that no store-bought or frozen iteration can do it justice.

The popping oil of tempering spices, the kitchen exhaust on roaring high, and the shriek of the pressure cooker signaling that it&aposs time to set the table are essential parts of the experience. Adding to its appeal is that dal is endlessly customizable. Some cook the lentils down to a creamy consistency, while others let them retain a toothsome bite. Everything from the spices used to temper to the thickness—varying from slurpable soup to stick-to-your-bones stew�n be tailored to the moment. It&aposs a warming, nourishing, grounding meal, and its rejuvenating qualities multiply when eaten with family and loved ones.

Our ritual: My mom whips up roti, her bare hands deftly touching the smoking-hot cast iron tawa with dexterity and speed I can&apost dream of approximating. My brother and I wait at the table for her to pass the puffed roti, steam escaping from the edges, from tawa to our plates, and we obsess over "the ratio." Too much dal left over in our bowl compels us to ask for another roti. If there&aposs a bite of roti left, we have to serve ourselves another helping of dal. So we go back and forth, lingering at the table until we&aposre stuffed and our fingers are stained yellow from turmeric, in hopes of the elusive, perfect final bite. 𠅊ntara Sinha


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