National Comfort Food Day and Repeal of Prohibition Day in USA
National Comfort Food Day and Repeal of Prohibition Day in USA is held on December 5. On December 5th, 1933, Utah, the final state needed for a three quarters majority, ratified the 21st Amendment, repealing Prohibition and restoring the American right to a celebratory drink. This event in the first decade of the month December is annual. Help us
What is comfort food? It Reminds Us of Happy Times. The term comfort food refers to those foods whose consumption provides consolation or a feeling of well-being. Foods, in other words, that offer some sort of psychological, specifically emotional, comfort.
Comfort food is food that causes the consumer to feel more psychologically comfortable. It may be food that is associated with a sense of home or contentment, or has some degree of nostalgia linked to it.
Of all the various comfort food possibilities, pizza claimed the top spot in most states. That nationwide dedication is matched by consumption; by some estimates, Americans bite into about 350 slices every second . Still, other comfort food staples broke through in multiple states, including hamburgers.
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